Separately and collectively

Film, television, social media, journalism and the digitalisation of information are key aspects of Media Studies. They are studied both separately and cross-medially. Phenomena such as computers, networks, audiovisual esthetics, visual and popular culture, media archaeology and media events are all subject to historical development, and have new functions and meanings. Media Studies offers different methods, analysis models and theoretical perspectives with which to navigate through the transnational media landscape.

The death of journalism? If Deuze is to be believed, the changing journalism landscape is alive and kicking.

Interview with Mark Deuze, professor of Media Studies

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