Presentations and research posters from the conference are now available.
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Held on November 15th and 16th in Media City Bergen, MediaFutures’ 2nd Annual Meeting came out to be a great success. With over 130 registered guests, the annual conference provided a great opportunity for researchers and industry practitioners to come together, and to discuss the centre’s latest achievements, and reflect on challenges.
MediaFutures is a centre for research-based innovation at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen. The centre operates under the Norwegian Research Council’s Research-based Innovation (SFI) scheme, and its main goal is to generate...
We are pleased to inform you that our researcher Samia Touileb has been a secondary proposer to OPINION COST Action, and she now serves on the management committee of the research network in question.
Join us in congratulating our researcher Erik Knudsen on his new appointment as Editor-in-Chief of the Norwegian journal Norsk Medietidsskrift.
MediaFutures Research Centre for Responsible Media Technology & Innovation invites Master students to submit poster abstracts!
In a co-authored user study, our researcher Alain Starke compares three common user interfaces (UIs) in the context of recipe recommendation.
On August 17th, the MediaFutures team led by prof. Morten Field visited Highsoft´s headquarters in Vik/Sogn. The goal of the visit was to get to know each other, and to discuss cooperation opportunities in digital data visualization and accessibility.
The Research Council of Norway (RCN) made an on-site visit to MediaFutures as part of the contractual follow-up of the research centre. The RCN was represented by Liv Jorunn Jenssen, Solbjørg Rauset and Gunnlaug Daugstad. Besides the centre’s management team and...
New Publication – “Playful recognition: Television comedy and the politics of mediated recognition”.
In a new article in Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, John Magnus Dahl and Torgeir Uberg Nærland explore how media content may facilitate processes of recognition through playfulness and comedy.