New volume of Northern Lights: Film and Media Studies Yearbook

Northern Lights coverTelevision drama in the age of media convergence

Volume editors: Gunhild Agger and Mette Mortensen.

Chief editor: Stig Hjarvard. ISSN: 1601829X. Online ISSN: 20400586. Volume 14, issue 1, Intellect Press:

http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=3136/

 

Contents

Gunhild Agger and Mette Mortensen: ”Television drama in the age of media convergence”

Vilde Schanke Sundet: ”Still ‘Desperately seeking the audience’? Audience making in the age of media convergence (the Lilyhammer experience)”

Jakob Isak Nielsen: ”Points of contact, points of distance: DR/TV 2 meet HBO/Netflix”

Lothar Mikos: ”Television drama series and transmedia storytelling in an era of convergence”

Heidi Keinonen: ”From serial drama to transmedia storytelling: How to re-articulate television aesthetics in the post-broadcast era”

Gunhild Agger: ”The development of transnationality in Danish Noir – from Unit One to The Team”

Casper Tybjerg: ”Devil-nets of clues: True Detective and the search for meaning”

Ushma Chauhan Jacobsen and Pia Majbritt Jensen: ”Born European, born regional, or born global? Language convergence in The Team”

Michael L. Wayne: ”Post-network audiences and cable crime drama”

Jackie Raphael and Celia Lam Marvel: ”Media convergence: Cult following and buddy banter”

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