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Dr Axel Bruns' lively blog is a terrific resource for produsage (Alex's term for collaborative user-led content development), blogging, citizen journalism, online publishing, virtual communities, creative industries, creative hypertext writing, and popular music studies.
This journal is a focal point for research, debate and publication on all aspects of the study of audiences for cultural and media products and practices. The term 'audience’ is used to include readers, listeners, viewers, whole body participants; and receptive and interactive modes of engagement.
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New Media & Society
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The Encore Directory is a comprehensive guide to Australia's film and television industry. Available in both print and online, it contains up-to-date and accurate contact information to cover any need that might arise during the course of a production.
The Encore Directory is Australia's longest running industry directory, supporting the film and television industry for 25 years. This easy to use guide features over 5,000 listings across more than 120 categories, with listings divided into product and service categories and with A-Z indexing.
Two guides by Dennis List:
This guide is focused on the needs of media, particularly in developing countries.
Good resources on Audience Analysis
gnovis is a peer-reviewed journal and academic blog run by graduate students in the Communication, Culture, and Technology program at Georgetown University. We offer an interdisciplinary venue for scholars to explore the relationships among technology, culture, media, politics, and the arts.
Australian Policy Online
Highlights Australian research across many areas including audience research such as the following report which analyses patterns of screem media consumption:
Scotland's The Audience Business
As they say:
"We work with a wide range of Scotland’s cultural organisations to ensure they have the insight, skills and drive to attract the widest possible public.
Our in-depth knowledge of audiences, our fresh perspective on research and projects, and the partnerships we forge, all help them to grow audiences and thrive as businesses."
Media, Culture & Society
Some of the content:
Audience as Victims
The recent spate of reported errors with phone-in competitions run by UK broadcasters, including the esteemed British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), got to the heart of the relationship between the public and the broadcasters. more
From the BBC