5th International Media Literacy Research Symposium
Media literacy is a growing field with a need for developing and increasing the research within it.
The 12th biennial conference is produced as a collaborarion between three of Portugal’s most influential schools for media research and education, the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at Nova University, Porto University, and Santiago of Compustela University in partnership with the Opinion Council of RTP, the national public service provider.
JOURNALISM STUDIES, PAST AND PRESENT
This symposium aims to bring together researchers, academics, professional journalists, and media organizations and, at the same time, explore how this field of study can be applicable in the everyday lives of journalists.
Between Digital Wellness and Hellness
One day event exploring the interplay between digital technology and wellness.
1st Future of Magazine Conference: Connecting in a disconnected age
MagLab is pleased to announce the first edition of the biennial Future of Magazine conference (FoM).
Arts and Humanities in Digital Transition
Transformations stemming from digital technologies are growing with every passing decade, even if the newness of new media is gradually fading.
ARS 2023: Disrupted or disruptive audiences? From reception to participation in a post-truth era
The ECREA Audience and Reception Studies Section, in cooperation with SOPCOM Portugal, Lusófona University/CICANT and NOVA University/ICNOVA, is inviting you to the conference in Porto (Lusófona University), 12-14 September 2023.
Arts & Humanities in digital transition conference
Establishing a political cosmology and ecology for the digital transition emerges as a new task of critical thought, a fundamental epistemic, cultural and creative task of the humanities and the arts in the XXI century.
INN2023 – I International Conference on Media Innovation
(Per)forming innovation” is the theme of the INN2023 conference (bilingual edition – PT/EN), organized by Obi.Media – Media Innovation Observatory / ICNOVA
PUBLIC ART AS A BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED PLACES
Facing the most severe restrictions dictated by the militarization of the public and the mediatic space, how can public art become a safe bridge over troubled places?
IMMAA’s annual conferences
For the 2022 conference, IMMAA especially encourages submissions related to the conference theme, Management, Trust, and Value for Media and Creative Work.
The 20th IFIP International Conference On Entertainment Computing
IFIP TC14 aims to encourage research, development and sharing of innovative ideas, models and practices, on computer applications in entertainment.
The 8th International Congress of Audiovisual Researchers
The main goal of this international congress is to develop understanding of the paradigm shift set in motion by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the production of Digital Content.
(POSTPONED) Radiodays Europe 2020
Radiodays Europe (RDE) is about radio's future, but also about sharing experiences from the best of radio today - success stories, digital advances, journalism, new research and business models from across the globe.
The sixth Mapping the Magazine conference
The organizers seek proposals for individual papers on topics related to magazine research from many disciplines (Media and Communication, Journalism,...
16th EASA Biennial Conference EASA2020: New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe
Call for papers (Engaged media anthropology in the digital age [Media Anthropology Network] ) The relative ease of access and...
ECREA’s 8th European Communication Conference
Conference theme What futures are we building up? What is the role of media and communication in these processes? Considering...
(CANCELLED)3rd International Media Literacy Research Symposium
Media literacy is a growing field with a need for developing and increasing the research within it. With each conference, we hope...
The Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference
The Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference has played an important role in the creation of a global discussion on Cultural...