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Facebook (A)Live?

Aravindh Raman, Gareth Tyson, Nishanth Sastry
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '18  
With this in mind, we explore one such prominent platform - Facebook Live. We gather 3TB of data, representing one month of global activity and explore the characteristics of live social broadcast.  ...  A common theme throughout the paper is that, despite its name, many attributes of Facebook Live deviate from both the concepts of live and broadcast.  ...  a live broadcast.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3178876.3186061 dblp:conf/www/RamanTS18 fatcat:sikijbtceneyden22t2vk3meqm

What Makes Live Events Engaging on Facebook Live, Periscope, and Snapchat

Oliver L. Haimson, John C. Tang
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
Live streams, on the other hand, offer real time interaction and sociality in a way that Snapchat Live Stories do not.  ...  We conducted a mixed methods study including interviews (N = 42) and a survey (N = 223) to understand how people currently experience events using Facebook Live, Periscope, and Snapchat Live Stories.  ...  Live streams are interactive and social in a way that Snapchat Live Stories are not.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3025642 dblp:conf/chi/HaimsonT17 fatcat:pmg7kpefvjgctgbs5476qsn4fq

Ploughing digital landscapes: How Facebook influences the evolution of live video streaming

Katharina Rein, Tommaso Venturini
2018 New Media & Society  
The case of Facebook Live illustrates exemplary how, far from developing spontaneously, media landscapes are actively shaped by the technological and financial initiatives of their more influential players  ...  We take this case study as an example of the ways in which Web platforms operate to harness media innovations and their social uses.  ...  People are interested in that part of the political process, and Facebook Live allows us to really dive deep in a way that we couldn't in a traditional streaming opportunity.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444817748954 fatcat:sdtte5bfaradxn3ra2w3cjrjwi

Life after Broadcast [chapter]

2015 TV Outside the Box  
Readers will discover: • How the new "disruptors" of traditional television models are shaping the future of the television and feature film business.  ...  producers of dozens of trailblazing series-including Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, Transparent, and many more-you'll learn how and why the best and the brightest TV content creators and filmmakers are  ...  That is really what we are looking for, and focused on. We highlight socially relevant issues through media.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315694481-15 fatcat:z7sb2yshizhnhipsku5hmfncpq

The Benefits of Using Facebook Live for Listening Activities in A Korean University EFL Classroom

Chris Kobylinski
2018 International Journal of Educational Technology and Learning  
This paper examines the strengths and weaknesses of using Facebook Live as an authentic source for listening activities in an EFL classroom.  ...  More and more people are using social networking services (SNSs) as their source for daily information, yet most EFL classrooms still use voice only recordings for listening activities.  ...  This was really different from the comments about the Facebook Live activities. The students from both Facebook Live groups really enjoyed seeing and listening to a person in another country.  ... 
doi:10.20448/2003.42.40.45 fatcat:uvilm6qtrzbx5gkzxzfrhhakwm

The Digital Architectures of Social Media: Comparing Political Campaigning on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat in the 2016 U.S. Election

Michael Bossetta
2018 Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly  
A framework for understanding digital architectures is introduced, and four platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat) are compared along the typology.  ...  Using the 2016 US election as a case, interviews with three Republican digital strategists are combined with social media data to qualify the studyies theoretical claim that a platform's network structure  ...  When the Rubio campaign was featured in a Live Story, which were broadcast either nationally or in a specific state, view counts would go from the average "few thousand per day" to "definitely get[ing]  ... 
doi:10.1177/1077699018763307 fatcat:ucsiansanfe75dgy3hegulprta

Why do digital teaching innovations so often fail?

2020 Reevaluating the role of innovation in education: a living social process  
In a dynamic field, university marketing educators ought to harness new digital tools and social media platforms successfully in the curriculum, but evidence of its widespread adoption is meager (Tuten  ...  By explicitly investigating exemplars of pedagogic innovation failure, this research paper analyses faculty and digital marketing student perspectives on the use of digital tools and social media for formal  ...  Despite the ubiquitous rhetoric that digital native students are always connected, respondents opined; "I don't really go there [Facebook] , I don't really use it that much anymore", "I feel it's dead  ... 
doi:10.34097/jeicom-2-dec2020-1 fatcat:uamjheg6bre45pbm3vxtnmvfha

What Does 'Lügenpresse' Mean? Expressions of Media Distrust on PEGIDA's Facebook Pages

Kristoffer Holt, André Haller
2017 Politik  
"Lügenpresse", the "liar press") on Facebook.  ...  What are the main points of criticism of the press and what are the reasons expressed for this criticism, and how do they refer to traditional media in the postings?  ...  There is also an attempt to create some kind of a counter-public in a posting on September 2nd when PEGIDA linked to a live video stream in Budapest to show live pictures of refugees in the Hungarian capital  ... 
doi:10.7146/politik.v20i4.101534 fatcat:eqc5ikw63bgnpdxtbkpirkwkei

"It Has Changed Completely": How Local Sports Broadcasters Adapted to No Sports

Kevin Hull, Miles Romney
2020 International Journal of Sport Communication  
When COVID-19 shut down the sports world, local sports broadcasters were without the games and events that traditionally fill the content of their shows.  ...  While national media outlets could dive deep into the archives to play old games and classic content, local sports broadcasters traditionally do not have that option.  ...  During a live shot or standup, she uploaded a logo or graphic on the television related to the story and stood in front of it during the segment.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ijsc.2020-0235 fatcat:xnu352veajb7nfzlxtgcsqtur4

Radio with pictures: Radio visualization in BBC national radio

Richard Berry
2013 The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media  
This creates a problem for radio because when we look at the device we are listening to we see a screen that often lacks rich content. The process of Radio Visualisation is about filling this space.  ...  though, is the other ways in which radio is visualising itself online in a process that deploys transmedia storytelling techniques that build relationships with the audience, builds brands and helps broadcasters  ...  Brett Spencer explains that the programme came live from his home but that "what you really want is to see him. So a few days before the live broadcast we went down there to make a film about Gavin.  ... 
doi:10.1386/rjao.11.2.169_1 fatcat:uq3q5am4erhyrlm6776oxlfd5y

Construing oppositions, demarcating a we-ness: The dramaturgy of a live TV debate on the refugee crisis

Matilda Hellman, Tuulia Lerkkanen
2017 European Journal of Cultural Studies  
The analysis shows how journalistic and editorial decisions surrounding the dramaturgy of a live TV show actively contribute to the reproduction of certain political setups and elements of blame and shame  ...  This study concerns the dramaturgy of a two-hour long live televised debate by the Finnish public service broadcasting company YLE regarding how the country was to answer to increased numbers of asylum  ...  In live TV studio discussions where many social institutions are represented the subject of the discussion, the structure of the programme and the positions taken and given by the participants are formed  ... 
doi:10.1177/1367549417719060 fatcat:6lcz7rv5anbkteijdlwi6kychu

Facebook psychology: Popular questions answered by research

Beth Anderson, Patrick Fagan, Tom Woodnutt, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
2012 Psychology of Popular Media Culture  
These questions are grouped under three major themes, namely: (a) antecedents of Facebook use; (b) how individuals and corporations use Facebook; and (c) psychological outcomes or effects of Facebook use  ...  The review is organized according to common questions about Facebook culture and use being posed by academics and social commentators alike.  ...  Are Facebook Users Really Who They Say They Are?  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0026452 fatcat:63bw4qcc3rc75e7iokuc4yrrfq

The Social Media Communication of Hungarian County Seats: Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube Presence

Árpád Papp-Váry, Alexandra Szűcs-Kis
2021 Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Communicatio  
For this purpose, we have created a kind of social media tutorial regarding Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.  ...  The communication toolkit of urban marketing has changed significantly in recent years, with online solutions and social media becoming the focus of attention besides (and, in a way, instead of) classic  ...  However, even on this platform it is worth experimenting, trying out different directions, whether it is a live broadcast from the mayor or a recording of a typical weekday representing the atmosphere  ... 
doi:10.2478/auscom-2021-0007 fatcat:q7ockndrj5hdncna3viri3tt24

On Modern Censorship in Public Service Broadcasting

Radomír Silber
2018 Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies  
, and social needs of the society, with a task at hand to preserve media pluralism.  ...  Those media that, unlike private media, are funded from public sources.  ...  I myself have an experience in Czech Television where I was moderating a live program and no influence have been exerted upon me.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-2177/2018.03.002 fatcat:eka35ihbbnhwpegkxc2ztopjoq

Local Broadcast Journalists and the Trap of Professional Heterogeneity

Clementina CASULA
2021 Professions and Professionalism  
The ideological tenets of the journalistic professions, historically grounded in the development of modern Western democracies, are increasingly shaken by the changes brought about by a series of technological  ...  The findings of qualitative research adopting a neo-institutional approach are presented and discussed following the analytical frame of the special issue, distinguishing three dimensions (within, between  ...  Tawney (1920, p . 92) a century ago: "A profession (…) is not simply a collection of individuals who get a living for themselves by the same kind of work (…) It is a body of men"-and women, we would certainly  ... 
doi:10.7577/pp.3912 doaj:22082d3f273144daa851873302534bf6 fatcat:qcoaflinirfd3gpzwbyg5cuxny
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