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  • The Informal Media Economyby Ramon Lobato; Julian Thomas

    Wiley 2015; US$ 24.95

    How are ?grey market? imports changing media industries? What is the role of piracy in developing new markets for movies and TV shows? How do jailbroken iPhones drive innovation?   The Informal Media Economy provides a vivid, original, and genuinely transnational account of contemporary media, by showing how the interactions between formal and... more...

  • Amateur Mediaby Dan Hunter; Ramon Lobato; Megan Richardson; Julian Thomas

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 54.95

    The rise of Web 2.0 has pushed the amateur to the forefront of public discourse, public policy and media scholarship. Typically non-salaried, non-specialist and untrained in media production, amateur producers are now seen as key drivers of the creative economy. But how do the activities of citizen journalists, fan fiction writers and bedroom musicians... more...

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