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On May 20th, the The dissertation has examined to what extent six prestigious newspapers -The Guardian/The Observer and The Daily Telegraph/The Sunday Telegraph (United Kingdom); The New York Times and The Washington Post (United States of America); and

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Sport has always mattered to the media (Boyle and Haynes, 2009; Brookes, 2002; Rowe, 2004). In the digital age of media, we have moved from an age of scarcity to potential abundance of media content delivered through a

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Cities and nations compete vigorously for the opportunity to host an Olympic Games in an effort to enhance their image on a global stage. While the rewards may be great, so are the risks. Olympic hosts can plan

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Since the Olympic Games Los Angeles'84, the Olympic Movement has a direct control over the Olympic marketing programmes. These commercial agreements have made possible the increase of the Olympic Games in terms of magnitude, which have experienced an

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Olympic media scholarship ultimately focuses on those who witness the Olympics in second-hand ways, through various forms of traditional and new media as it is critical to analyze the difference between what happens at the Olympics and what

The MOOC the Olympic Games and the media achieve more than 10,000 students
The course represents the first MOOC on The Olympics to be delivered by a public university in Spain in the English, with its second edition offering subtitles in both Spanish and English.

The Olympic Games and the Media Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), organized by The Olympic Studies Center at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (CEO-UAB) and delivered via the Coursera platform —the most important platform of open online courses

International Symposium Social Media management in the global sport
Academics from the University of Southern California, the Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris III and the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) gathered to analyze the phenomenon of social networks in the world of sports.

Academics from the University of Southern California, the Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris III and the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), along with representatives of sports organizations such as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and ACB.com, recently gathered to analyze the

International Review for the Sociology of Sport

Article written by Lawrence A Wenner, Loyola Marymount University, USA "On the 50th anniversary of the ISSA and IRSS, Lawrence A Wenner, Editor-in-Chief of the IRSS and a key foundational scholar of media and sport, considers how the study of

Media Culture & Society

Article written by Paul Smith (De Montfort University, UK), Tom Evens (Ghent University, Belgium) and Petros Iosifidis (City University London, UK). "Based on seven different sports broadcasting markets (Australia, Brazil, Italy, India, South Africa, United Kingdom and the United

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Article written by Katerina Girginova from the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, USA. "The Olympic Games are not only the world’s biggest media event but now also the world’s largest hypermedia (online, mobile, and social media) event,

Mosaico Olímpico

Fernández Peña, Emilio; Berta Cerezuela; Miquel Gómez Benosa; Chris Kennett; Miquel de Moragas Spà (2011): Mosaico olímpico: Investigación multidisciplinar y difusión de los estudios olímpicos. CEO-UAB: 20 años. Barcelona : Centre d’Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Ajuntament

Mosaic Olimpic

Fernández Peña, Emilio; Berta Cerezuela; Miquel Gómez Benosa; Chris Kennett; Miquel de Moragas Spà (2011): Mosaic olímpic: Recerca multidisciplinar i difusió dels estudis olímpics. CEO-UAB: 20 anys. Barcelona : Centre d’Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Ajuntament de

Esport multicultural

Kim Manresa; Chris Kennett (2008): Esport multicultural = Deporte multicultural = Multicultural sport. Barcelona: Centre d'’Estudis Olímpics; Ajuntament de Barcelona. ISBN: 978-84-9850-085-1


The results of the photojournalism and research project entitled Immigration: A New Cultural View of Sport

Barcelona: l'herència dels Jocs (1992-2002)

Miquel de Moragas; Miquel Botella (eds.) (2002): Barcelona: l'herència dels Jocs (1992-2002). Barcelona: Centre d’Estudis Olímpics (UAB), Ajuntament de Barcelona, Editorial Planeta.


 
The book Barcelona: l’herència dels Jocs (1992-2002) offers

El Impacto de Internet en los medios de comunicación y la industria del deporte

Miquel de Moragas; Chris Kennett; Ramon García Sedó (2004): El Impacto de Internet en los medios de comunicación y la industria del deporte. Bellaterra: Centre d'Estudis Olímpics (CEO-UAB), 2004. ISBN: 84-689-0675-1

The book is a compilation of papers presented at

Olympic Ceremonies: historical continuity and cultural exchange

Miquel de Moragas Spà; John MacAloon; Montserrat Llinés (eds.) (1996): Olympic Ceremonies: historical continuity and cultural exchange (International Symposium on Olympic Ceremonies, Barcelona-Lausanne, November, 1995). Lausanne: International Olympic Committee. ISBN: 92-9149-017-2


The Keys to success: the social, sporting, economic and communications impact of Barcelona'92

Miquel de Moragas; Miquel Botella (eds.) (1995): The Keys to success: the social, sporting, economic and communications impact of Barcelona'92. Bellaterra: Centre d’'Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. ISBN: 84-490-0450-0


   
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Les Claus de l'èxit : impactes socials, esportius, econòmics i comunicatius de Barcelona '92

Miquel de Moragas; Miquel Botella (eds.) (1995): Les Claus de l'èxit : impactes socials, esportius, econòmics i comunicatius de Barcelona'92. Bellaterra: Centre d’'Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. ISBN: 84-490-0388-1