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Making Media uncovers what it means and what it takes to make media, focusing on the lived experience of media workers within the global media, including rich case studies of the main media industries and professions: television, journalism, social media entertainment, advertising and public relations, digital games, and music.

This volume features 35 authoritative essays by 53 researchers from 14 countries across 6 continents, all of whom are at the cutting edge of media production studies. The book is particularly designed for use in coursework on media production, media work, media management, and media industries.

Specific topics highlighted are: production studies as a field and a research method; global concentration and convergence of media industries and professions; the rise and role of startups and entrepreneurship; the emotional quality of media work; diversity and inequality in the media industries.

Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions

  • Mark Deuze & Mirjam Prenger (eds.)
  • Amsterdam University Press
  • ISBN 9789462988118

For more information about this book and how to order it, please visit the AUP website or the Making Media page on Facebook.