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Presentation by Andreas Fickers (UM) Erwin Verbruggen (NISV) at the Final EUscreen Conference in Budapest

Presentation by Andreas Fickers (UM) Erwin Verbruggen (NISV) at the Final EUscreen Conference in Budapest

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  • Partnership among the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia, theSimon Fraser University Library, the School of Education at Stanford University, and the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing at Simon Fraser University.OJS assists with every stage of the refereed publishing process, from submissions through to online publication and indexing. Through its management systems, its finely grained indexing of research, and the context it provides for research, OJS seeks to improve both the scholarly and public quality of refereed research.

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  • From JETHC to VIEW First steps ofJournal of European Television History & Culture
  • Aims and Objectives• Mission statement: – Open Access – Multi-media – Interdisciplinary – Past & Present – Scholarly & Professional – Transnational & European
  • Structure & Organisation• 2 issues / year with a thematic focus: – Vol.1: Making sense of digitized sources – Vol.2: Europe on and behind the screen – Vol.3: European television memories • Invited guest-editors• Dual structure: – Scholarly articles – Discovery articles• Additional features (future): – Interviews – Video essays – Reflexive reports
  • HOME ABOUT USER HOME SEARCH CURRENT ARCHIVES Journal HelpEUSCREEN BLOG WEBCASTS USER You are logged in as...Home > UBU Statistics erwin My JournalsUBU Statistics My Profile Log OutFrom 01 - 2012 until 09 - 2012 NOTIFICATIONS View ManageOverall Issue visitsTotal 6482 JOURNALTotals Issue visits CONTENTVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 6482 Search03-2012 Issue visits AllVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 2794 SearchTotal 2794 Browse04-2012 Issue visits By IssueVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 649 By AuthorTotal 649 By Title05-2012 Issue visits FONT SIZEVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 666Total 666 INFORMATION06-2012 Issue visitsVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 963 For ReadersTotal 963 For Authors For Librarians07-2012 Issue visitsVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 548Total 54808-2012 Issue visitsVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 497Total 49709-2012 Issue visitsVol 1, No 1 (2012): Making Sense of Digital Sources 365Total 36503-2012 Title abstr. html print pdf other fulltx
  • Vol.2: Europe on and behind• Scholarly Articles the screen• Transnational broadcasting and East-West relations: OIRT, EBU and Gagarin‟s return to Moscow / Lars Lundgren• Transnational Interdependencies Between BBC and WDR 1961-1985: An Actor-Centred Perspective / Christian Potschka• Reading Between The Lines. A Transnational History of the Franco-British “Entente Cordiale” in Post War Television / Andreas Fickers, Andy O’Dwyer• From Teleclubs and European Television History Beyond the Screen / Ira Wagman• European identity and media imperialism to public diplomacy: the changing rationale behind Euronews / Eva Polonska, Patrick Kimunguyi• Hello, Lenin? Soviet Nostalgia on Post-Soviet Television / Kateryna Khinchulova• „Comunicar Europa/Communicating Europe. Spain and television co-productions‟ Concepcion Cascajosa / Manuel Palacio• Discovery Articles• Mapping Europe: Images of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest / Mari Pajala• Spain was not a living celebration. TVE and Eurovision Song Content during the years of France‟s Dictator / Juan Francisco Gutiérrez• The Golden Stag Music Festival / Alexandru Matei• Eurovision Song Contest goes social media / Pauliina Tuomi• Zen and the Art of Adaptation / Jeremy Strong• Polands Return to Europe - Polish Terrestrial Broadcasters and TV Fiction / Sylwia Szostak
  • Structure & Organisation• 2 issues / year with a thematic focus: – Vol.1: Making sense of digitized sources – Vol.2: Europe on and behind the screen – Vol.3: European television memories • Invited guest-editors• Dual structure: – Scholarly articles – Discovery articles• Additional features (future): – Interviews – Video essays – Reflexive reports
  • PAST AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
  • OPEN ACCESS POLICY• Open Society Foundation (OSF), December 1-2, 2001: Budapest Open Access Initiative• Topical: 2012 publisher‟s boycott• 8,098. The number of peer-reviewed OA journals listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) (September 1, 2012)• Business model?
  • OPEN JOURNAL SYSTEMSPKP develops open source softwarefor the management, publishing, andindexing of journals and conferences.Open Journal Systems and OpenConference Systems increase accessto knowledge, improve management,and reduce publishing costs. OpenHarvester systems allows the creationof centralized search services onmetadata from Open ArchivesInitiative-compliant databases.
  • CMS
  • PEER REVIEWPeer ReviewIllustration by JamesYang. See more ofhis work athttp://www.jamesyang.com/.
  • A/V EMBEDDING?Original wireframesby Kati Hyypä &Daniel Ockeloen
  • EXISTING WORK
  • EXISTING WORK
  • POSSIBLE OUTCOMES
  • Future Plans & Development• Four fields: – New design: from JETHC to VIEW • Attractive design of online and offline content • New Logo
  • DESIGN
  • DESIGN
  • PROPOSED LAY-OUT
  • PROPOSED PLAY-OUT
  • Future Plans & Development• Four fields: – New design: from JETHC to VIEW • Attractive design of online and offline content • New Logo – Multi-media environment and functionalities • Development of plug-in for audiovisual sources – Collaboration with OJS / other partners • Stronger audio/visual appeal • Editing tool for audiovisual content (video essay) – Finding a professional publisher • Negotiations with Routledge / Taylor & Francis – Promoting new approaches to European TV history & culture
  • New Approaches• Strengthen ties with archival world – Develop formats the better fit their working / thinking routines (video essays; reflexive reports; project descriptions)• New histories from “below” – Availability of new sources should allow for new approaches / stories – Using EUscreen as a pit for new stories
  • New Questions & Topics• VIEW new things: – History of commercial / private / CC television – Viewer memories and tv memorabilia – Hidden professions of tv business – Impact of new technologies on programming – Intermedial relationships between TV and press, radio, film, video, internet, mobile phones… – Transnational circulation and appropriation of programmes and formats – “Provincialising Europe”: relationships with Africa, Asia, Southern America – Sound of television & importance of language
  • Final WordEuropean projects (Birth of TV, VideoActive, EUscreen, EUscreeenXL) haveexplored some new and fascinating pathsin the jungle of European television historyand culture, but we are far from being atthe edge of this “topographic expedition”.