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Digital Media Sport

Technology, Power and Culture in the Network Society
Ano

2016

Páginas

274

Editora

Routledge

Resumen

Live broadband streaming of the 2008 Beijing Olympics accounted for 2,200 of the estimated 3,600 total hours shown by the American NBC-Universal networks. At the 2012 London Olympics, unprecedented multi-platforming embraced online, mobile devices, game consoles and broadcast television, with the BBC providing 2,500 hours of live coverage, including every competitive event, much in high definition and some in 3D. The BBC also had 12 million requests for video on mobile phones and 9.2 million browsers on its mobile Olympics website and app. This pattern will only intensify at future sport mega events like the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics, both of which will take place in Brazil. Increasingly, when people talk of the screen that delivers footage of their favorite professional sport, they are describing desktop, laptop, and tablet computer screens as well as television and mobile handsets.

Digital Media Sport analyzes the intersecting issues of technological change, market power, and cultural practices that shape the contemporary global sports media landscape. The complexity of these related issues demands an interdisciplinary approach that is adopted here in a series of thematically-organized essays by international scholars working in media studies, Internet studies, sociology, cultural studies, and sport studies.

Sumário

1. Introduction: Sport in the Network Society and Why it
Matters Brett Hutchins & David Rowe 

Part One: Evolving Technologies, Platforms and Markets 

2. Sport and the Rise of Mobile Media 
Gerard Goggin 

3. Desktop Day Games: Workspace Media, Multitasking and the Digital Baseball Fan 
Ethan Tussey 

4. “SporTV”: The Legacies and Power of Television 
Ben Goldsmith 

5. The Struggle for Platform Leadership in the European Sports Broadcasting Market 
Tom Evens & Katrien Lefever 

6. The Challenge of Unauthorized Online Streaming to the English Premier League and Television Broadcasters 
Andrew Kirton & Matthew David 

Part Two: Users, Audiences and Identities

 7. Online Belongings: Female Fan Experiences in Online Football Forums 
Deirdre Hynes & Anne-Marie Cook 

8. Eye Candy and Sex Objects: Race and Sport on YouTube 
David J. Leonard 

9. Facebook, Twitter, and Sports Fans: Identity Protection and Social Network Sites in US Sports 
Jimmy Sanderson 

10. Fan Movements in the Network Society: Project, Resistance and Legitimizing Identities among Manchester United Supporters 
Pete Millward 

11. ‘Born on Swan Street Next to the Yarra’: Online Opinion Leaders and Inventing Commitment 
Andy Ruddock 

Part Three: Content Ecologies, Social Software and Games 

12. New Media Technologies in Lifestyle Sport 
Paul Gilchrist & Belinda Wheaton 

13. Blogging the Beijing Olympics: The Neoliberal Logic of Chinese Web 2.0 
Haiqing Yu 

14. Sports Journalism and Social Media: A New Conversation? 
Raymond Boyle & Richard Haynes 

15. Carnival Mirrors: Sport and Digital Games
Steven Conway & Mark Finn 

16. Privileged Men and Masculinities: Gender and Fantasy Sports Leagues 
Luke Howie & Perri Campbell

Referência

HUTCHINS, Brett; ROWE, David. (Orgs.).Digital Media Sport: Technology, Power and Culture in the Network Society. London: Routledge, 2016.
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