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La (dé-)synchronisation par le public. Un nouveau modèle radiophonique

Abstract : The popularity of online radios is increasing and accelerating: by allowing the customization of flows, the multiplication, the diversity and the collective creation of cultural content, the Internet opens the way for the renewal of audiovisual media. What is the added value of Internet radio? This question is especially relevant to ask in the context of public service radios, pioneers in the emergence of these new digital forms. This article specifically examines the case of Arte Radio, the Franco-German "radio-on-demand" and "sound library". By means of this and other examples, it wishes to illustrate how the public service is proposing a model that calls into question, in many ways, the conventions that have shaped radio since the 1930s.
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Cécile Méadel, Francesca Musiani. La (dé-)synchronisation par le public. Un nouveau modèle radiophonique. Les Enjeux de l'information et de la communication, Gresec UGA, 2013, 14 (2), pp.123-134. ⟨hal-00968192⟩



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