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"Let Our Freak Flags Fly": Shrek the Musical and the Branding of Diversity

Jessica Brater, Jessica Del Vecchio, Andrew Friedman, Bethany Holmstrom, Eero Laine, Donald Levit, Hillary Miller, David Savran, Carly Griffin Smith, Kenn Watt, Catherine Young, Peter Zazzali
2010 Theatre journal (Washington, D.C.)  
-Hazel Carby, "Multiculture" 1 At first glance, Shrek the Musical, DreamWorks Theatricals' first offering, and Barack Obama, the forty-fourth president of the United States, appear to have little in common  ...  The paradigm of multiculturalism actually excludes the concept of dominant and subordinate cultures . . . and fails to recognize that the existence of racism relates to the possession and exercise of politico-economic  ...  It's the most effective way to reach as many fans as possible." 62 Consumption: On Broadway and Beyond In seeking to tap into the largest market and diversify the Shrek brand, DreamWorks is following  ... 
doi:10.1353/tj.0.0351 fatcat:iuxjkpv7d5bethzuzwej3qanem

Listen, Watch, Play and Relax: YouTube, Video Games and Library Music in Everyday Life During the Pandemic

Joana Freitas, João Francisco Porfírio, Júlia Durand
2021 Sonic Scope: New Approaches to Audiovisual Culture  
One of the main impacts of the Covid-pandemic was the sudden change of routines and daily life on a global scale.  ...  and circulation of new digital and sound content, in addition to the impact of this content in day-to-day life during Covid-.  ...  Taking those transformations into account, and focusing on the production and consumption of music through digital mediums, this paper examines two main research questions.  ... 
doi:10.21428/66f840a4.18b66567 fatcat:lhntyidj3vee7glphblv3vsnye

Singing and playing music through mobile applications: Smule, a new music experience

Madeleine Le Bouteiller
2021 De musica. Annuario in divenire  
Besides providing new entertainment activities, the Smule applications and their multiple options regarding audio and video editing can bring about new musical practices and musical artifacts.  ...  With the Smule applications that we analyze in this paper, people can sing karaoke together with other singers from all over the world, or play a tune with their fingertips tapping on a phone's screen.  ...  The patterns stream from left to right on the screen, the user has to follow the shape and color indications to play the song right: the right chords and the right notes from the chord.  ... 
doi:10.54103/2465-0137/16877 fatcat:hmgqe5y5abf5vgmyh4yasqnequ

Playing in the dark with online games for girls

Rebecca Sinker, Mike Phillips, Victoria de Rijke
2017 Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood  
An open access repository of Middlesex University research http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk De Rijke, Victoria and Philips, Mike and Sinker, Rebecca (2017) Playing in the dark with online games for girls.  ...  game without the player, and no play without the feeling of playfulness.  ...  Would you like to see one where the baby's being born? …… Mand what do you think about the music? (calm, bland, beauty spa type Muzak) Creally nice Myou like it? What do you like about it?  ... 
doi:10.1177/1463949117714079 fatcat:cdirt2vk4zhxxdcqkctkxw5wmy

Consumer Search and Retailer Strategies in the Presence of Online Music Sharing

Sudip Bhattacharjee, Ram D. Gopal, Kaveepan Lertwachara, James R. Marsden
2006 Journal of Management Information Systems  
In contemporary music consumption, the distribution of sales is shifting because old hits increasingly compete with current ones.!  ...  This thesis sets out to clarify the sales distribution between new and old music in the United States.  ...  Free of charge, there is no data available on the distribution of music streaming consumption. !!  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222230104 fatcat:sfqzwdnzdrdwpdk2fh3vnazl2u

Saviours or Burdens? The Effects of Streaming Services on the Music Industry

Robyn Nicholson
2019 Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management  
This research essay provides an overview of streaming services and their effects on the music industry, and the tensions they have created between various stakeholders.  ...  The problem of the "end" of the music industry is addressed through discussing the transition of music from analog to digital, the history of music piracy, and the value of music as a commodity.  ...  Who cares if they play it on oldschool turntables, stream it online, download it to a mobile device, or hardwire a chip directly to their brains?  ... 
doi:10.5931/djim.v15i0.8984 fatcat:zi44b77z3jfvtmexwcjqvjljsa

Esports and the Platforming of Child's Play During covid-19

Valerie Verdoodt, Robbie Fordyce, Lisa Archbold, Faith Gordon, Damian Clifford
2021 The International Journal of Children's Rights  
It will explore whether esports can contribute to the realisation of the right to play and enable other rights such as the right to development, assembly and freedom of expression during covid-19.  ...  One form of online play which has become immensely popular with a young audience, is esports.  ...  This is only one type of revenue-stream for esports companies and has been somewhat abandoned.  ... 
doi:10.1163/15718182-29020013 fatcat:6bf2zq3ftjeehoztk5ymuucufm

On-demand streaming services: listening as an experience and experimentation

Rodrigo Fonseca e Rodrigues, Astréia Soares Batista
2018 Per Musi  
This paper discusses the listening experience provided by on-demand music streaming services and some of its aesthetic, cultural, technological, and economic implications.  ...  industry, and the contemporary omnipresence of digital music.  ...  , but on their participation in the music culture: the love for music, the enjoyment of recreating it, and the respect for the pieces they played.  ... 
doi:10.35699/2317-6377.2017.5173 fatcat:lcs3hucltnfpfcf3a43c4v2pgi

Freedom of choice: Examining music listening as a function of favorite music format

Steven C. Brown, Amanda E. Krause
2020 Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain  
The authors also would like to thank the Society for Education and Music Psychology Research for their support.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank Sonja Karlsson for her assistance with interpretation of the qualitative data.  ...  With "new music being added" (Male, 22), free streaming "lets anyone enjoy music and lets them experience more" (Female, 25).  ... 
doi:10.1037/pmu0000254 fatcat:zrrgntc3dzdf5mcfteltijvm5m

Video Killed the Radio Star? Online Music Videos and Recorded Music Sales

Tobias Kretschmer, Christian Peukert
2020 Information systems research  
Record sales of newcomer artists and mainstream music benefit disproportionally. We discuss the implications for debates on the reform of compulsory licensing rules and copyright.  ...  This is effect can be attributed to user-generated content (fan videos and cover versions) as much as to official music videos.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank the senior editor; the associate editor; three anonymous reviewers; and Joel Waldfogel, Lisa George, Christiaan Hogendorn, Julian Wright, Ulrich Kaiser, Miguel Godinho  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.2019.0915 fatcat:ngcegkufdrg6fg446svnbv6h5i

Changing Their Tune: How Consumers' Adoption of Online Streaming Affects Music Consumption and Discovery

Hannes Datta, George Knox, Bart J. Bronnenberg
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Although the effects attenuate over time, even after half of a year, adopters play substantially more, and more diverse, music.  ...  Using a unique panel data set of individual consumers' listening histories across many digital music platforms, adoption of streaming leads to very large increases in quantity and diversity of consumption  ...  In the (digital) ownership model, when consumers purchase and download specific music titles, an additional variety is costly. However, in the streaming model, it is free.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2782911 fatcat:3bklmmlyrbg2vidbu3qbnty3bq

Changing Their Tune: How Consumers' Adoption of Online Streaming Affects Music Consumption and Discovery

Hannes Datta, George Knox, Bart J. Bronnenberg
2018 Marketing science (Providence, R.I.)  
Although the effects attenuate over time, even after half of a year, adopters play substantially more, and more diverse, music.  ...  Using a unique panel data set of individual consumers' listening histories across many digital music platforms, adoption of streaming leads to very large increases in quantity and diversity of consumption  ...  In the (digital) ownership model, when consumers purchase and download specific music titles, an additional variety is costly. However, in the streaming model, it is free.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mksc.2017.1051 fatcat:aknorjhxevc77iyax5qkcudmfy

"Pay to Play" in the German Book Trade?

Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Christian Alexander Peter, Lena Schüler
2021 Publishing research quarterly  
This contribution approaches an unlikely case study through a trilateral interdisciplinary perspective (book studies, economics, law), underlining the unequal footing on which books enter the market.  ...  AbstractThis paper considers the success of the thriller Der neunte Arm des Oktopus (transl.: The Ninth Arm of the Octopus, Cologne: Bastei Lübbe, November 2020) by German drugstore magnate Dirk Rossmann  ...  In lieu of a conclusion, let us add a final twist to this intricate story of 'pay to play' in the German book trade.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12109-021-09804-x fatcat:ghutzgd4w5h7hdtcj4iksvhtoi

Do People Value Recorded Music?

Lee Marshall
2019 Cultural Sociology  
It offers a theoretical analysis of popular music consumption practices organised thematically in terms of 'music as object' (focusing on the social values generated and perceived by recorded music artefacts  ...  The way that music operates as a lowvalue entity to many people is perhaps reflected in the cultural and economic contours of the digital music industry, though they are not caused by digitisation per  ...  Rather, it is rooted in the sociology of popular music and focuses on practices of music consumption.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1749975519839524 fatcat:tm7e745vrvgfvmrqsfsmfusg4u

Same as it ever was

Kaitlyn Kribs
2020 Stream  
In this paper, I outline how the "piracy panic narrative" (Arditi, 2015) has repositioned the fan/musician dynamic in the digital era, from one between maker and listener to one between labourer and thief  ...  Drawing on data from the 2017 Music Canada report on the Value Gap, the essay ultimately concludes that those most affected by the repositioning of the producer/consumer dynamic are not the various stakeholders  ...  Consequently, streaming platforms are fundamentally changing the way that consumers use and access their music by limiting users' ability to share music and stopping them from playing it on an unlimited  ... 
doi:10.21810/strm.v12i1.283 fatcat:ht5euuowbrgelizjyaenmybe6e
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