Call for papers – issue 33

Issue 33 (Decembre 2014)
Focus on: audiovisual content
Coordinator: Javier Guallar
Deadline for reception of originals: 31 May 2014
Authors guidelines: /en/authors-guidelines
In the current information and communication scenario, audiovisual content has achieved prominence. Audiovisual creations, productions and information in different contexts –TV, movies, Internet …- represent a prolific field of interest today, both from professional and academic viewpoints. This planned issue of the journal BiD aims to present a vision –based on rigorous studies– concerning the audiovisual sector and related questions such as the use, management, creation, preservation and dissemination of audiovisual content.

BiD is making an appeal for original works that address, among other topics, the following:

– Theoretical analysis of the characteristics of audiovisual information.
– Methods and processes of management, use or dissemination of audiovisual content.
– Professional experience with the use, management and dissemination of audiovisual content.
– Audiovisual material from television broadcasting.
– Audiovisual material from cinema.
– Audiovisual material available on the internet.
– Sound and graphic documentation.
– Digitization of audiovisual archives.
– Preservation of audiovisual content.
– Economic analysis of the audiovisual industry.
– Training for audiovisual professionals.

Those interested in contributing articles should follow the instructions for authors (/en/authors-guidelines) and send the proposed texts by 31 May 2014.

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