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emma 2014 : emma annual conference: Media convergence and multi-platform strategies

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Link: http://www.media-management.eu/conference/tallinn-2014.html
 
When Jun 12, 2014 - Jun 13, 2014
Where Tallinn
Submission Deadline Jan 6, 2014
Notification Due Feb 10, 2014
Final Version Due May 15, 2014
Categories    media management   media economics
 

Call For Papers

Media enterprises are operating in times of digital convergence of media platforms and the blurring of market and industry boundaries. More and more media enterprises are responding to changing market conditions by moving from single-platform activities to multi-platform activities in which they supply content across distribution outlets.



While multi-platform activities are becoming a widespread practice among media enterprises, the demands and levels of sophistication and issues that come with this, including organisational adjustment, content innovation and adaptation, and co-operation activities across formerly separated media-sectors, vary widely across enterprises and industry sectors.



The 2014 EMMA conference will highlight relevant current and future issues, and facets of market and industry changes and practices, regarding multi-platform strategies, concepts, tactics, operations and practices. The Association invites proposals for papers to be presented in the conference. Potential topics include but are not limited to:

* Management issues: Management of innovation; management of change; organisational renewal
* Organisational issues: How media enterprises reorganize themselves for creating and producing output for multiple platforms
* Public policy and media regulation issues: Ownership rights and copyrights for multi-platform producers; changing bargaining powers of owners of content rights
* Human resource issues: Changing nature of media professions and skills; need for multiplatform training
* Business model issues: Revenue models for multi-platform content distribution; production models for multi-platform content; changes in value chains
* Industry issues: Co-operation between enterprises of formerly separated (sub)-sectors; issues relating to evolving industrial networks and cluster-building; creation of an innovation-friendly industry environment; formation of crossmedia conglomerates
* Market issues: Changes in market structure, power and trends in concentration; convergence and divergence of markets, issues of market entry and mobility barriers
* Audience issues: The role of audience participation and user-generated content for multi-platform strategies; multi-platform strategies and delivering public service to audiences
* Media branding: The role of media brands for multi-platform strategies; crossmedia promotion; marketing trends and dynamics for media in various sectors (public, commercial, community, etc)
* Content innovation and content adaptation issues: Transmedia storytelling; creation of new media forms and genres; the relationship between technical innovation and creative content innovation; how content is translated between different media platforms and adapted for various audiences (national and international)
* Size issues: Small media enterprises vs. large media enterprises as well as small media markets vs. large media markets in terms of their competitive (dis)advantages with respect to innovative multi-platform strategies and performance
* Global/local issues: Global standardisation issues; the role of global providers of communication infrastructure and media platforms (Google, Apple, Facebook, etc.); the opportunities of smaller local industry players to access and participate in the marketplace
* Social media issues: Social media platforms as content outlets; challenges to and complementarities with traditional (mass) media; types and functions of content in social media

Submissions are invited in the form of an abstract (750-word maximum) followed by a completed paper (6.000 word maximum) if the abstract is accepted. Only abstracts and papers in English will be accepted, as this is the conference language.



All submissions will be peer reviewed in blind fashion by the Scientific Committee (at least two reviewers for each submission). The criteria for evaluation are as follows:

* The substance of the abstract will provide a clear summary of the relevance this paper will have for and to the conference theme
* Stipulates the theoretical grounding and framework
* Outlines the methodology employed (if an empirical study)
* Demonstrates links to relevant literature
* Suggests anticipated (or known) findings and lessons learned first for scholarship and then also for the industry



Please submit your abstract and provide 5 – 7 keywords using our on-line submission tool at:

http://www.media-management.eu/conference/tallinn-2014/submit.html

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