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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

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

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

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 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

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

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

Article written by Andrew Billings and Brittany D. Young from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA. "A total of 118 hr of sports news broadcast programming was subject to gender clock-time analysis, half from Entertainment and Sports Programming

Article written by Rebecca Coates Nee from the San Diego State University, California, USA. "Due to rising consumer interactions with televised events through social media, NBC proclaimed that the 2012 Olympics would be the “social Games.” The economically motivated

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

Article written by Rebecca Coates Nee from the San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA. "Due to rising consumer interactions with televised events through social media, NBC proclaimed that the 2012 Olympics would be the “social Games.” The

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

Article written by David Rowe from the University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. "The experience of watching sport on television is changing with the proliferation of screens, the diversification of screen-based content, and the extension of interactive

Article written by Walter Gantz and Nicky Lewis from the Indiana University, Bloomington, USA. "In this essay, we examine a series of platform, content, reception, and lifestyle factors likely to shape sports fans’ use of traditional and newer digital

Article written by Yair Galily from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel. "One of the fundamental issues in the relation between television and sports has been the transference from watching a game or a sport in the field (the

Miquel de Moragas; Christopher Kennett; Nuria Puig (eds.) (2002): The Legacy of the Olympic Games 1984-2000: International Symposium Lausanne, 14th, 15th and 16th November 2002. Lausanne: International Olympic Committee. ISBN: 9291149-091-1


   

Television in the Olympic Games: the new era: International Symposium, Lausanne, 19th-20th October 1998. Lausanne: International Olympic Committee, 1999. ISBN: 92-9149-045-8


 
The book is a compilation of papers presented at

Las Claves del éxito: Impactos sociales, deportivos, económicos i comunicativos de Barcelona'92

Miquel de Moragas; Miquel Botella (eds.) (1996): Las Claves del éxito: Impactos sociales, deportivos, económicos i comunicativos de Barcelona'92. Bellaterra: Centre d’Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. ISBN: 84-490-0609-0


   
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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