Under this domain my thoughts are law. You will find all my academic publications and popular science texts I have written from 1995 to this date. If you search well enough you will find my original technology theory.

Sound Media (2008)

The topic of Sound Media is how music recordings, radio braodcasts and muzak influences our everyday life, and introduces the many and varied creative techniques that has been developed that has been developed in the music business and journalism during the 19. century. The book starts in the present, and work itself backwards in the sound history to the 1870s.

Content and preface

Radioradio (2004)

Sound media in general and the radio in particular have been little heeded in media science. Radioradio was the first Norwegian introductory book with a broad approach to radio journalism when it was published in 2004. The authors Linda Eide and Lars Nyre explores the unique communicative qualities of the radio medium that differentiates it from both the printed press, television and film.

Content and preface (the book is in Norwegian)

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soundTopic: Technology

Urban Headphone Listening and the Situational Fit of Music, Radio and Podcasting

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Many people wear headphones during movement through their city, and they listen to a variety of sound genres like music, talk, lectures, etc. This study focuses on the pedestrian headphone listener who may spend an hour or more traveling every day. It explores the situational fit of three media; music playlists, live radio, and podcasting, […]

What Is Teletext? A Phenomenological Description

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Abstract It seems clear that the teletext experience has rather low intensity compared to that of other media. Teletext consists of a visual interface that communicates in alphabetical script, numbers and icons. In this chapter, I offer a phenomenology of teletext inspired by close readings of Merleau-Ponty, Gibson and Scannell. They all write about lived […]

soundTopic: Journalism

The changing ecology of tools for live news reporting

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Broadcast news channels provide fresh, continuously updated coverage of events, in sharp competition with other news channels in the same market. The live moment is a valuable feature, and broadcasters have always relied on teams that can react quickly to breaking news and report live from the scene. Technology plays an important role in the […]

Making the News: Digital Creativity Support for Journalists

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Abstract This paper reports the design and first evaluations of new digital support for journalists to discover and examine creative angles on news stories under development. The support integrated creative news search algorithms, interactive creative sparks and reusable concept cards into one daily work tool of journalists. The first evaluations of INJECT by journalists in […]

soundTopic: Critical position

Television and the Meaning of Live

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Paddy Scannell Polity Press: Cambridge and Malden, MA, 2014 253pp, ISBN 9780745662541 (pbk) Paddy Scannell is a media scholar who started writing about media history and media phenomenology long before the Internet. He has always asked big theoretical questions concerning the media, and his new book contains the most complex so far. The book has […]

The marvelous clouds

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John Durham Peters The University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL, 2015 397pp, ISBN-13: 9780226253831 (pbk) Expectations are high when John Durham Peters publishes a new book. He is an original voice in the media scholarly discourse, and his audience is growing. Peters’ newest book is called a philosophy of elemental media, and the most significant […]

soundTopic: Media design

Media Design Method: Combining Media Studies with Design Science to Make New Media

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Media researchers should construct their own new media. It is in the public’s best interest that academics as well as industry professionals and amateurs experiment directly with the materiality of new media. Due to a medium’s potential for becoming important in people’s lives, its success should be measured not only by its profitability and usability, […]

Two-way Radio: Audience Participation and Editorial Control in the Future

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Authors: Lars Nyre & Marko Ala-Fossi This book deals with the promise of digital radio. In the 2000s, we see clear tendencies towards a participatory turn in broadcast media, and this is often praised as one the greatest improvements brought along by the digitalization of mass media. Broadcasters now commonly use SMS-messaging, interactive websites and […]