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COMET - Tampere Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Communication

Next Media - Transforming the media experience

Production and consumption of media is under radical transformation. Digitalization of production, distribution and consumption of media as well as the growing penetration of broadband access and mobile Internet allow increasingly rich media content to be distributed to a variety of terminals. This endeavour takes advantage of the current transition towards co-creation, interactivity and independency of time and place. The diversity of terminals and devices in consumers’ everyday life is increasing and the significance of mobility is emphasized.

The Next Media research programme (2010-2013) aims at innovations which by means of new business models, concepts and technology, meet people's insatiable need for engaging and activating media experiences.

The company lead programme consists of four work packages which are responsible of the research and development in their respective research themes.  Research themes cover all aspects of the media production, from media content access to working processes and to business models as well as user experience. All major Finnish research organizations participate in the research work.

The central research themes are:

Business models, concepts and organizational development

Social interaction, co creativity and user experience

Profiling, context awareness and content adaptation

Media content access, production processes and tools

 

Publications

2013

Datajournalismi. Johdatusta datajournalismin tekemiseen (Datajournalism tutorial in web) (Auli Harju, Esa Sirkkunen)

Surveying regional audiences (Pauliina Lehtonen, Esa Reunanen, Tanja Herranen, Lasse Luoma, Johanna Leveelahti)

Surveying regional media audiences: The questionnaire (Tanja Herranen, Pauliina Lehtonen, Esa Reunanen ym.)

 

2012

MyNews – Uses of the News Media in Daily Life (Auli Harju, Susanna Vehmas)
News Media Diaries – Four days of following and sharing the news (Auli Harju)
PMD Method Workshop 7.3.2012 (Auli Harju)
Yleisöpalaute osana toimituskäytäntöjä - Uusia toimintatapoja etsimässä (Maarit Mäkinen, GT-lehti 4/2012)
Integration of active user feedback to editorial processes (Maarit Mäkinen)
Käyttäjäpalautteen hyödyntäminen uutistoimituksessa: väliraportti (Maarit Mäkinen)


2011

Trends in data journalism (Tanja Aitamurto, Esa Sirkkunen, Pauliina Lehtonen)
Open data in Finland - Public sector perspectives (Pauliina Lehtonen)


2010

Report: Media Scenarios (Giesecke & Immonen & Sirkkunen ym.)
Raportti kuvaajareporttereiden haastatteluista  (Esa Sirkkunen)

 

Contact person in COMET

Esa Reunanen

esa.reunanen[at]uta.fi

tel. +358 50 318 5943

 
Post address: Tampere Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Communication, FI-33014 University of Tampere, Finland
Visiting address: Kalevantie 4, E-Wing,(3 rd floor)
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Last update: 7.7.2016 13.51 Muokkaa

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