Blake, J. Mobile Platforms and monetising the Second Screen.
Discussion paper commissioned by the RSE for its official working group on BBC Charter Renewal. The paper sought to investigate evolving mobile digital platforms and audience...
Blake, J. (2016). Television and the Second Screen. Routledge. ISBN 9781138914339
This book examines an emerging and fast evolving phenomena: that a growing number of people engage with two screens whilst watching television. It seems a simple concept – unt...
Artt, S. & Schwan, A. (2016). Introduction - Screening Women’s Imprisonment: Agency and Exploitation in Orange is the New Black. Television and New Media. 16(5). ISSN 1527-4764
Introduction to the special edition of Television & New Media.
Schwan, A. (2016). Postfeminism Meets the Women in Prison Genre:Privilege and Spectatorship in Orange is the New Black. Television and New Media. 17(6), 473-490. doi:10.1177/1527476416647497. ISSN 1527-4764
This article argues that Netflix’s original series Orange is the New Black (2013-), based on Piper Kerman’s memoir (2010), uses postfeminist strategies to covertly
Blake, J. (2015). Personalised TV ads are the future – but is it time to panic?
TV Advertising is evolving quickly. This article examines how the popularity of viewing content on mobile platforms is changing the way we advertise. VOD and OTT media servi...
Artt, S. (2013). Vienna to Beijing: Xu Jinglei's Letter From An Unknown Woman and the Symbolic Simulation of Europe. In Stewart, M. (Ed.). Melodrama in Contemporary Film and Television (July 2014). Palgrave. ISBN 9781137319845
Atton, C. (2012). Foreword: Local Journalism, Radical Reporting and the Everyday. In Harcup, T. (Ed.). Alternative journalism, alternative voices, xi-xvi. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-52189-5
Artt, S. Vienna to Beijing: letter from an unknown woman, melodrama and the symbolic simulation of Europe.. Paper presented at Symposium on melodrama in contemporary film and television, Queen Margaret University. (Unpublished)
Scott, A. J. Film Bang – tracking the community of practice of personnel and production companies in Scotland’s film and television sector 1976-2016.. Paper presented at MeCCSA (Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association) Annual Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne. (Unpublished)
Artt, S. Gossip girl and the Luxe as Edith Wharton-lite for 21st century teens.. Paper presented at 21st Century Teenager: medai representation, theory and policy, Trinity & All Saints College, Leeds. (Unpublished)
Artt, S. The woman behind the screen: adapting Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth.. Paper presented at Women's History Scotland Annual Conference, Smith Art Gallery, Stirling. (Unpublished)
Scott, A. J. Is Local TV in Scotland different?. Paper presented at Nations and Regions Conference: Challenging Media Landscapes, Salford, UK. (Unpublished)
Artt, S. Artists or prostitutes: the image of the dancer in Raja Amari's "Satin Rouge" Fatih Akin's "Head on " and Mira Nair's "Vanity Fair".. Paper presented at Migrant and Diasporic Cinema in Contemporary Europe, Oxford Brookes University. (Unpublished)
Ridley-Ellis, D. (2011). BBC Radio Scotland Comedy Café.
Contributor to pre-recorded BBC Radio Scotland programme.
Also broadcast as part of the Comedy Zone programme (13 Aug 2011)