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  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2016-12)
    This report is the fifth in a series of annual reports which captures key developments and data related to usage of social media in the Middle East. The past year has seen the continued growth of visual-led social ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Lam, Amanda (University of Oregon, 2018-02)
    This report is the six in a series of annual reports which captures key developments and data related to usage of social media in the Middle East. The past year has seen the continued growth of visual-led social networks, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Bruni, Payton (2019-01)
    This report is the seventh in an annual series of publications showcasing the latest developments, trends and research in social media usage across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Using a wide variety of academic, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (The Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS), 2021-10)
    It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a media company in possession of a good fortune (an audience, brand recognition and decent revenues), must (still) be in want of innovation. The pace of change in our industry ...
  • Foxman, Maxwell; Pimentel, Danny; Alexanian, Stephen (Frontier Media, 2022-08-11)
    Quality of life is bound to psychological well-being, which in turn is affected by the frequency and magnitude of negative mood states. To regulate mood states, humans often consume media such as music and movies, with ...
  • Stabile, Carol A. (Marquette University Press, 2011)
    The following essay considers the ways in which the broadcast blacklist affected how media studies scholars think about and study the 1950s, as well how we understand the role of gender and family in 1950s popular ...
  • Merskin, Debra (The Howard Journal of Communications, 2001-07)
    Jeep Cherokee, Sue Bee Honey, and Crazy Horse Malt Liquor are all established brand names and trademarks that use representations of Native Americans to help sell their products. How stereotypes are created, and how pictorial ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Nel, François; Henriksson, Teemu; Roper, Dean (WAN-IFRA (World Association of News Publishers), 2022-05-06)
    This edition of WAN-IFRA’s annual flagship research and report reveals an industry challenged but optimistic about its business. It examines the results of publishers’ business in 2021, their forecasts for 2022 and beyond, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Nel, François; Roper, Dean; Henriksson, Teemu (WAN-IFRA (World Association of News Publishers), 2023-03-09)
    The latest World Press Trends report shows that business sentiment in the industry has taken a downturn, in a context where multiple challenges face news publishers around the world. Yet there are causes for optimism, as ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Nel, François; Henriksson, Teemu; Roper, Dean (WAN-IFRA (World Association of News Publishers), 2024-01-25)
    After the sobering read seen in our 2022-23 report, this year’s World Press Trends study strikes a more cautiously optimistic note, with more than half of the respondents conveying a positive outlook about their companies’ ...

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