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TOD 18: Geoblocking and Global Video Culture

How do global audiences use streaming platforms like YouTube, Netflix and iPlayer? How does the experience of digital video change according to location? What strategies do people use to access out-of-region content? What are the commercial and governmental motivations behind geoblocking?
Editor(s): Ramon Lobato James Meese
Author(s): Florian Hoof Juan Llamas-Rodriguez Jinying Li Ramon Lobato James Meese Vanessa Mendes Moreira De Sa Aneta Podkalicka Marketa Trimble Fidel A. Rodríguez Fernández Adam Rugg
What: audiences streaming platforms strategy geography digital video access commercial geoblocking
When: 2016

TOD 17: The Gray Zones of Creativity and Capital

What is the correlation among the creative industries, creative industry policies, new media paradigms and capitalism as colonial relations of dominance? What is the role of these industries in the prioritization of the interests of capital at the expense of those of society and how can these paradigms be criticized in the context of the actual, neoliberal, flexible regime of reproduction of capital? To what measure is this regime ‘flexible’ and to what measure it is just an extension of rigid, feudal and racial logics that underline (post)modern representational discourses? To what measure do the concepts of creativity, transparency, openness and flexibility conceal the hegemonic nature of modern hierarchies of exploitation?
Editor(s): Šefik Tatlić Gordana Nikolić
Author(s): Johnatan Beller Josephine Berry Slater Marc James Léger Ana Vilenica Sandi Abram Irmgard Emmelheinz
What: industry capitalism globalisation new media neoliberalism politics creativity art economy imperialism
When: 2015

TOD 16: Online Courtship, International Interactions Across Borders

Computer mediated interpersonal interactions are defining our daily lives as we know it. Studying this phenomenon with various methodologies, across different cultures and traditions is a crucial component in understanding social ties. This book brings together articles that approach online dating from a range of cultural and critical perspectives.
Editor(s): I. Alev Degim James Johnson Tao Fu
Author(s): H.G. Cocks Murat Akser Ramón Reichert Diego Basile and Joaquín Linne Lázaro M. Bacallao Pino Cláudia Casimiro Pascal Lardellier Caiyun Wen Sheena Raja and Bryce J. Renninger Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi David Levin Gabriele de Seta and Ge Zhang Tao Fu Yann-Ling Chin Aras Ozgun Megan Lindsay Enver Ozustun
What: interactions sociology relationship love globalization politics economy online dating identity
When: 2015

TOD 12: Varriant Analyses, Interrogations of New Media Art and Culture

These essays provide an extensive and timely overview of critical thought on new media culture, written by an observer-participant who has made major contributions to the sociopolitical movements he archives. Spanning art and new media theory, activism and literary criticism, this assembly seeks to understand the networked society in flux: what it means when the virtual integrates with the physical, and when newer, uncategorized media works prompt major shifts in cultural production and change the very definition of art and protest.
Author(s): Patrick Lichty
What: new media digital activism Wikileaks dataflow politics anarchy
When: 2013