After Ljubljana is before Prague

After an inspiring workshop in Ljubljana, we would like to thank the organizers once more for their hard work!

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And the next meeting of ECREA-CLP members is already on the horizon. The next European Communication Conference of ECREA will take place on November 9-12, 2016, in Prague. The conference website is already up and running: http://www.ecrea2016prague.eu

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The call for papers will be published in early December; submission of abstracts in possible until the end of February.

We look forward to your abstracts and to see you again next year!

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ECREA-CLP Workshop 2015 in Ljubljana: Program & Registration

On November 6 and 7 the 2015 workshop of ECREA-CLP will take place in Ljubljana. The topic of this year’s workshop is Communication & Media Policy in Europe: Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment.

We hope to see as many of you in Ljubljana as possible.

UPDATED Program

The local organizers put together an exciting program (download PDF file).

Registration

Not presenting yourself? Of course it is possible to attend the workshop anyway. The registration fee is EUR 40. Just fill out the registration form (Word file), send it to marko.milosavljevic@fdv.uni-lj.si by November 4 and transfer the fee.

In the form you can also indicate whether you would like to attend the dinner on Friday night (not included in the fee).

Venue

The workshop takes place at the University of Ljubljana’s Faculty of Social Sciences, Kardeljeva ploščad 5, Room 13. See a map.

Hotel recommendations

Hotel Cubo (center, design):
Hotel Adora (old part of town)
Hotel Union (grand old):
Grand Union Business (next to Union):
Hotel Slon (center):

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Deadline Extended! ECREA-CLP workshop Ljubljana 6-7 Nov 2015

Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment

The “Communication Law and Policy” Section of ECREA (ECREA-CLP) invites abstracts for theoretical and empirical papers on the topic of Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment. The division’s 2015 workshop takes place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on November 6-7, 2015. It is hosted and organized by the Department of Communication at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana. Conference fee is only €50.

Abstracts of no more than 400 words should be submitted in Word-format directly to the organizers of the conference by 1 June, 2015 (Marko Milosavljevic, marko.milosavljevic@fdv.uni-lj.si).

ECREA-CLP Workshop 2015 – Call for Papers

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Deadline approaching soon for ECREA-CLP workshop in Lubljana

Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment

The “Communication Law and Policy” Section of ECREA (ECREA-CLP) invites abstracts for theoretical and empirical papers on the topic of Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment. The division’s 2015 workshop takes place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on November 6-7, 2015. It is hosted and organized by the Department of Communication at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana. Conference fee is only €50.

Abstracts of no more than 400 words should be submitted in Word-format directly to the organizers of the conference by May 15, 2015 (Marko Milosavljevic, marko.milosavljevic@fdv.uni-lj.si).

ECREA-CLP Workshop 2015 – Call for Papers

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ECREA-CLP Workshop 2015 in Ljubljana: Call for Papers

2015 Workshop of the ECREA’s “Communication Law and Policy” Section

Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment

The “Communication Law and Policy” Section of ECREA (ECREA-CLP) invites abstracts for theoretical and empirical papers on the topic of Policy Challenges in the Austerity & Surveillance Environment. The division’s 2015 workshop takes place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on November 6-7, 2015. It is hosted and organized by the Department of Communication at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana.

Abstracts of no more than 400 words should be submitted in Word-format directly to the organizers of the conference by May 15, 2015 (Marko Milosavljevic, marko.milosavljevic@fdv.uni-lj.si).

ECREA-CLP Workshop 2015 – Call for Papers

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Looking back at ECC

Lisbon was another highlight for ECREA-CLP. We woud like to thank all our members for their contributions and great discussions.

Relive the Lisbon experience of our section on Storify: https://storify.com/ECREA_CLP/ecrea-clp-ecc-lisbon-2014

And here are some of the highlights and most important decisions from the business meeting:

  • Hallvard Moe & Peter Humphreys announce the winner of the first ever CLP best student paper award. In general, the level of the contributions was very high. Sarah Ganter receives the award for her paper “What about Geographies? Border-Crossing Intertextuality in National Audiovisual Policy Documents”. Congratulations.
  • Kari Karppinen conducted the elections of a new CLP management team. Manuel Puppis (Chair), Hilde van den Bulck and Sarah Broughton-Micova (Vice Chairs) were reelected (30 votes in favor, zero votes against, no abstention).
  • Sally Broughton Micova informs members that the CLP workshop 2015 will take place in Ljubljana in October/November 2015. Exact dates and the workshop theme will be announced soon. The workshop will be organized by Marko Milosavljevic and a team of local colleagues. A big thank you to the organizers.

The full minutes of the Business Meeting are available as well.

As always, comments and suggestions are most welcome. Thank you all and see you in Ljubljana next year!

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One more week!

In just one week the ECREA conference in Lisbon starts.

The final program was just published online. Here are the CLP sessions:

Thursday, November 13

11:15 – 12:45

Parallel Session 1 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (A) – Media Policy-Making Processes
Location: Room 1.05, First Floor

13:30 – 14:30

Business Meeting – Communication Law and Policy
Location: Room 1.05, First Floor

14:30 – 16:00

Parallel Session 2 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (A) Public Service Media in a Changing Environment
Location: Room 1.05, First Floor

17:30 – 19:00

Parallel Session 3 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (A) – Rights, Norms and Responsibilities
Location: Room 1.05, First Floor

Friday, November 14

09:15 – 10:45

Parallel Session 4 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (A) – Managing the Media Landscape: Plurality and Provision[ – ]
Location: Room 1.05, First Floor

18:30 – 19:45

Parallel Session 7 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (B) The Myth of Users’ Empowerment and how Future Law and Policy can be better Informed[ – ]
Location: Room 1.04, First Floor

Saturday, November 15

08:30 – 10:00

Parallel Session 8 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (B) – Protecting and preserving for particular audiences[ – ]
Location: Room 1.04, First Floor

10:30 – 12:00

Parallel Session 9 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (B) – New Media Ecology Issues[ – ]
Location: Room 1.04, First Floor

15:00 – 16:30

Parallel Session 10 – 4. Communication Law and Policy (ECREA-CLP) (B) – Beyond the New Media Research Hypes: Analysing the Role of Teletext in Media Policy Developments[ – ]
Location: Room 1.04, First Floor

Moreover, the CLP section also organizes a special session on Saturday:

10:30 – 12:00

Parallel Session 9 – 19. Flow (Networks and Special Panels) – Special Panel 7. The Engaged Academic: How to have impact with your work through social media[ – ]
Location: Room 1.07, First Floor

Aside from our program, the conference offers interesting plenary sessions with keynote speakers as well as a number of special panels – and of course all the other sections and working groups also organized a complete program.

And here is some information for our presenters:

  • Sessions are 90 minutes long and consist of 5 presentations. In order to have enough time for discussion, please remember that your presentation should be no longer than 12 minutes. Thank you very much for adhering to this limit.
  • A projector will be available in each room. We don’t know whether a computer will be provided. Thus, it would be great if one of you could provide a laptop with PowerPoint  (if it is a Mac don’t forget an adapter).
  • Please be in the room early and bring your presentation on a USB memory stick so that we can load all presentations onto one computer before the session begins.

See you in Lisbon!

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