TV goes social

TV goes social: The rise of the second screen

Nielsen new media audiences

NPower is a web-based research analysis tool accessible through the National TV Toolbox on Nielsen Answers that offers limitless opportunities for detailed analysis of television audience information. Researchers gain full flexibility in analyzing minute by minute, respondent-level data with unparalleled ability to focus on standard and custom audience demographics. Evaluate audience estimates, National commercial minute ratings, custom time-shifted viewing (including "C3" - commercial Live+3 days), reach & frequency, and viewers segmentation.

NPower; Cross PlatformData Comparison GridNational TV Toolbox User Guide


From Dynabook to the iPad

The Dynabook of Alan Kay

From Alan Kay’s Dynabook to the Apple iPad

Lev Manovich: Alan Kay’s Universal Media Machine

New Media History/Language

A people's history of the internet: from Arpanet in 1969 to today (Guardian, 2009)

Claus Pias, Analog, digital, and the cybernetic illusion, Kybernetes, Vol. 34 Iss: 3/4, pp. 543-550, 2005.

Computer art and technocultures.

Computer History Museum: Timeline; Internet History.

Daniel Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig, Digital History - A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005

Early beginnings of (digital) computer art.

History of the Internet (video)

History of Participatory Media. Politics and Publics, 1750-2000 (Anders Ekström et altri) Routledge, 2010.

Lev Manovich, The Language of New Media, 1999.
___, Database as a Genre of New Media, 1998.

Lisa Gitelman, Always Already New. Media, History, and the Data of Culture, MIT Press, 2008.

New Media Timeline (1969-2010)

Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Nick Montfort (Eds.), The New Media Reader, MIT Press, 2003

Nonlinear History of New Media Timeline (2004)

Open Internet (video)

Patrice Flichy, New Media History, Handbook of New Media, Sage, 2002.
__,The Internet Imaginaire, MIT Press, 2007.

Friedrich Kittler (1996), The History of Communication Media. http://www.ctheory.net/articles.aspx?id=45

The man with the movie camera - Dziga Vertov, 1929 (video)

UsNow (video)


BOLTER, Jay David (2007), «Remediation and the language of new media», Northern Lights, Volume 5, pp. 25-37

FLICHY, Patrice (2002) «New Media History», Handbook of New Media.

BRÜGGER, Niels (2007), The website as unit of analysis? Bolter and Manovich revisited, Northern Lights Volume 5, pp. 75-88.

DOBSON, Stephen (2007), «Remediation Revisited» (review)

FETVEIT, Arild (2007), «Convergence by means of globalized remediation», Northern Lights Volume 5, pp. 57-74.

MANOVICH, Lev (2007) «Alan Kay’s Universal Media Machine» (Northern Lights, Volume 5, pp. 39-56)

TRINGHAM, Ruth et altri (2007), «Senses of Places: Remediations from text to digital performance»


How Companies (and Politics) Learn Your Secrets

Charles Duhigg (2012), The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, Random House.

Sasha Issenberg (2012), The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns, Crown.
Why Journalists Should Be Forced to Work on Campaigns (Sasha Issenberg)


New media audiences

Livingstone, Sonia (1999) New Media, New Audiences? New Media Society, 1999; 1; 59.

Livingstone, Sonia (2003) The changing nature of audiences : from the mass audience to the interactive media user. In: Valdivia, A., (ed.) Companion to media studies. Blackwell companions in cultural studies (6). Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 337

Cover, Rob (2004) New media Theory: Electronic Games, Democracy and Reconfiguring the Author-Audience Relationship. Social Semiotics; 14(2):173-191.

Cover, Rob (2006) Audience inter/active: Interactive media, narrative control and reconceiving audience history, New Media & Society, vol. 8 no. 1 139-158.

Jansz, Jeroen (2009) Participating Media Audiences 2.1 (Conference - Faculty of History and Arts, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 13 November)

Bermejo, F. (2009) Audience manufacture in historical perspective: from broadcasting to Google New Media Society 2009; 11; 133-154.

Ayerdi, K., (2010) Cambios en las estrategias de las audiencias de las páginas web de televisión. Análisis de la participación en los entes públicos autonómicos en España.

Brasel, S. and Gips, J. (2011) Media Multitasking Behavior: Concurrent Television and Computer Usage. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw. September; 14(9): 527–534.

Lucas Graves and John Kelly (2010). Confusion Online: Faulty Metrics and the Future of Digital Journalism. Tow Center for Digital Journalism. Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. http://www.journalism.columbia.edu/system/documents/345/original/online_metrics_report.pdf


Amazon goes to Hollywood

Crowdsourcing goes to Hollywood as Amazon makes movies
(The retailer hopes the approach will result in more hits and fewer flops than the traditional Hollywood practice of filtering creative ideas through three-martini lunches with studio bosses and movie stars)


Digital: inclusão, literacia, cidadania

Inclusão e Participação Digital: Olhares sobre a realidade portuguesa. Cristina Ponte (organização). Revista Media&Jornalismo nº 19. Vol. 10, Nº2 Outono/Inverno 2011.

Digital Divides/Fracturas Digitais. João Pissara Esteves (organização editorial). Revista Media&Jornalismo nº 18. Vol. 10, Nº1 Primavera/Verão 2011

Conteúdos e Interfaces para Publicações Digitais Interactivas

Curso Livre sobre Conteúdos e Interfaces para Publicações Digitais Interactivas.Temas das sessões:
Módulo 1 – Jornalismo e Documentário: Plataformas e Processos de Produção Emergentes
Módulo 2 – Design de Publicações Digitais para dispositivos móveis
Módulo 3 – Gestão e formatação de conteúdos de media para Publicações Digitais
Módulo 4 – Projecto
 Docentes: Luís Frias (coordenação) - Bolseiro FCT de Doutoramento em Media Digitais, Programa Austin |Portugal
Cláudia Pernencar – Bolseira FCT de Doutoramento em Media Digitais, Programa Austin |Portugal
Pedro Monteiro - Digital Art Coordinator at Impresa Publishing
Rui Avelans Coelho - Bolseiro FCT de Doutoramento em Media Digitais, Programa Austin |Portugal Calendário e horário das sessões: Início a: 24 de Outubro de 2012 | Fim a: 16 de Janeiro de 2013 | Quartas-feiras | 19h às 22h. Mais informações aqui.

Cultura Pirata

2ª Conferência Internacional Cultura Pirata na Sociedade da Informação. 25 de Outubro de 2012. Biblioteca Nacional. Entrada Gratuita. Programa