The following overview contains texts published in "2014" on larsnyre.no.

Media Design Method: Combining Media Studies with Design Science to Make New Media

This text was published in in . The topic is , and the genre .

Media researchers should construct their own new media. It is in the public’s best interest that academics as well as industry professionals and amateurs experiment directly with the materiality of new media. Due to a medium’s potential for becoming important in people’s lives, its success should be measured not only by its profitability and usability, […]

Two-way Radio: Audience Participation and Editorial Control in the Future

This text was published in in . The topic is and the genre .

Authors: Lars Nyre & Marko Ala-Fossi This book deals with the promise of digital radio. In the 2000s, we see clear tendencies towards a participatory turn in broadcast media, and this is often praised as one the greatest improvements brought along by the digitalization of mass media. Broadcasters now commonly use SMS-messaging, interactive websites and […]

BBC Broadcasts to Portugal in World War II. How Radio Was Used as a Weapon of War.

This text was published in in . The topic is and the genre .

NELSON COSTA RIBEIRO Lewinston, Queenston, Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2011 510 pp, ISBN-13: 978-0-7734-1487-7 The book is a well-researched, carefully written history of Portuguese media before and during World War II. It compares the propaganda strategies of the fascist Salazar regime and the democratic BBC (and in consequence the Allied powers). The writing style […]

What does it mean to trust the media?

This text was published in in . The topic is and the genre .

Authors: Tereza Pavlíčková, Lars Nyre and Jelena Jurisic 1. Introduction What does it mean when people say that they trust or do not trust the media? Additionally, we ask what is so important about this question? In this chapter we suggest that the audiences’ trust in media must be conceptually re-considered. If we want to […]

A safe approach to risk

This text was published in in . The topic is and the genre .

The author is an associate professor at the University of Oslo, and her new book is based on the doctorate thesis that she successfully defended in 2012. Staksrud is a prolific media researcher who publishes internationally with a number of European colleagues, especially in the field of children and online media. Staksrud discusses how organized […]