9th – 11th July | ‘Post-Talk Talk’: New Forms of Public Communication
Tuesday 10th July
“Pre talk talk”: scripted performances of BBC Political Editors 1987/2010
‘Inventing the News: The American Networks and the Assassination of JFK’
‘Post-talk talk’: do comments on online news constitute a new form of public discourse?
“Post talk talk”: YouTube posts and audience engagement on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories
Expanding and enhancing the ‘live’ music experience: Analyzing streaming and social media behavior before, during and after a festival
Mats Ekström, Göran Eriksson and Åsa Kroon Lundell
Sociability, superliveness and interactional imperfections: Audience orientation in web broadcast news
Media genre and political culture in Britain
Wednesday 11th July
Galia Hirsch and Shoshana Blum-Kulka
The Identification of Irony and Reaction towards it in News Interviews
Mats Ekström and Richard Fitzgerald.
“Are you hypnotized?”: Extended Repetitions in Political News Interviews.
Neutrality in Broadcast News
“I have nothing to do but agree”: The reciprocal positioning of journalists and experts in broadcast television news discourse
The Dalai Lama’s Laugh
Michael Higgins (Chair)
Workshop: Changing forms of Broadcast News
Thursday 12th July
Making over dogs? Talk and host-participant interaction in The Dog Whisperer.
‘Making a drama out of a crisis: Crimewatch as entertainment TV’