Media Convergence in Japan

Media Convergence in Japan The Japanese media system is in a state of flux as a result of shifts in the digital economy new audience metrics and declining print and broadcast revenues This volume examines issues of media cons

  • Title: Media Convergence in Japan
  • Author: Patrick W. Galbraith Jason G. Karlin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Japanese media system is in a state of flux as a result of shifts in the digital economy, new audience metrics, and declining print and broadcast revenues This volume examines issues of media consolidation, participatory culture and franchising in contemporary Japan, and explores how the Japanese media system is adapting to change in light of its tendency toward priorThe Japanese media system is in a state of flux as a result of shifts in the digital economy, new audience metrics, and declining print and broadcast revenues This volume examines issues of media consolidation, participatory culture and franchising in contemporary Japan, and explores how the Japanese media system is adapting to change in light of its tendency toward prioritizing domestic markets, restricting access, and co opting fan movements The chapters consider conflict and negotiations within the Japanese media system, structural transformations, emerging modes of producer and audience relations, and potential sites of innovation.

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    1. Great chance to read interesting Japanese authors whose work are otherwise scarcely available in English, summed up with authoritative voices in the cultural and media studies that have Japan as their field. All that considered, it remains a mistery how John Lie continue to be allowed to write and publish about topics he clearly shows no knowledge of We are talking about the guy who once said K-pop was successful in the West because it was "too Western" and that the reason J-pop was not successf [...]

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