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44 | 2015
Pratiques télévisuelles à l’ère du numérique

Television practices in the digital age
Edited by Élodie Kredens and Florence Rio

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The impact of the Internet and digital technologies has led to significant changes in television’s range of offerings, distribution modes and programming formats. New and emerging transmedia and multimedia devices are currently modifying the traditional semio-pragmatic media triptych of "production-device-reception." The thematic dossier of this issue of Études de communication seeks to apprehend television’s ongoing transformation and to consider the relationships between television and digital devices. The dossier explores the strategies put into play by TV channels through consideration of the transmedia phenomena involved in mobile television. It also considers the uses of digital and participatory devices, as well as viewers’ practices and the emerging representations of the televisual environment.

Editor's notes

Comité de lecture du numéro 44 (dossier) : Ghislaine Azémard (Université Paris 8), Stéphane Benassi (Université Lille 3), Mélanie Bourdaa (Université Bordeaux 3), Hélène Bourdeloie (Université Paris 13), Alain Lamboux-Durand (Université de Valenciennes), Laurence Leveneur (Université Toulouse 1), Marc Lits (Université Catholique de Louvain), Guy Lochard (Université Paris 3), Jacques Noyer (Université Lille 3), Sébastien Rouquette (Université Clermont-Ferrand), Céline Ségur (Université de Lorraine), Sarah Sépulchre (Université Catholique de Louvain), Gaëtan Tremblay (UQAM), Geneviève Vidal (Université Paris 13).

Comité de lecture du numéro 44 (varias) : Pierre Delcambre (Université de Lille 3), Benoît Lafon (Université de Grenoble 3), Laurence Favier (Université de Lille 3), Jacques Noyer (Université de Lille 3).