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International researchers examine the role of sport in creating a global brand for cities

Academics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, the University of Sorbonne Paris III and the University of Southern California have analysed the role of sport in the creation and...

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Opening of the modul on communication and commercialization of the Olympic Games for the MAS in Olympic Studies

CEO-UAB opens this Olympic year with the academic direction and teaching of the module on communication and commercialization of the Olympic Games for the first edition of the Master of...

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An Olympic Mosaic: Multidisciplinary Research and Dissemination of Olympic Studies. CEO-UAB: 20 Years has been released.

The Olympic Studies Centre at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (CEO-UAB) has released An Olympic Mosaic: Multidisciplinary Research and Dissemination of Olympic Studies. CEO-UAB:...

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Social Networks and the Olympic Movement

On Tuesday 31st May, Dr. Emilio Fernández Peña, Director of CEO-UAB, presented the findings of the research project “Social networking and the Olympic Movement: Social Media Analysis, opportunities...

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Sport and the cinema. Presentation of the 2nd BCN Sports Films at the UAB

On Monday 2nd May, the 2nd edition of the BCN Sports Films Festival will be presented at the UAB. Emilio Fernández Peña, Director of the UAB Olympic Studies Centre and Barbara Destefanis,...

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Interview to Andrew Billings on media, identity and the Olympics

CEO-UAB Portal of Olympic Studies has released an interview to Andrew Billings, Professor at the Department of Communication Studies at Clemson University, United States. The interview...

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Prof. Andrew C. Billings in the Digital Magazine Dones

The Association of Women Journalists of Catalonia has published in its digital magazine Dones an article on Andrew C. Billings, guest professor of the International Chair in Olympism...

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Selected Bibliographic List on Andrew C. Billings, invited professor of the CEO's International Chair in Olympism for 2010

The work includes specially journal articles (in so different scientific journals such as Journal of Communication, Journal of Sport & Social Issues, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic...

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Last Monday, October 25, Prof. Andrew Billings opened the 2010/11 CEO-UAB academic course

Last Monday, October 25, Prof. Andrew Billings opened the 2010/11 CEO-UAB academic course with a public conference entitled "Through the Minds of Billions: Identity Construction...

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CEO-UAB’s New Website

Besides being more visual and user friendly, the newly-launched website of the CEO-UAB, the Olympic Studies Portal, encourages public participation through its presence on Facebook...

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On October, 25 Andrew Billings will open the 2010/11 CEO-UAB academic course!

On October 25 Andrew Billings will open the 2010/11 CEO-UAB academic course through a public conference on the gender coverage of athletes in the Olympics since Sydney

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CEO-UAB research team has published two articles in The International Journal of the History of Sport

The CEO-UAB research team has published two articles in The International Journal of the History of Sport, Volume 27, Issue 9 & 10 June 2010, an special issue titled: "Encoding...

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WP013 | Olympic Games as showcase
Sandra Ann Harris

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Television in the Olympics
Miquel de Moragas i Spà; Nancy K. Rivenburgh; James F. Larson

For decades, scholars have studied the Olympic Games - the history, the sports, the politics, the cultures, and the economics involved - in order to understand how each aspect of the event, relates to...

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The Legacy of the Olympic Games 1984-2000: International Symposium Lausanne, 14th, 15th and 16th November 2002
Moragas i Spà, Miquel; Chris Kennett; Nuria Puig

The book contains edited proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the International Chair in Olympism (IOC-UAB), held in November 2002 at the Olympic Museum Lausanne. Over 150 experts involved in Olympic Games...

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WP007 | Barcelona'92: los Juegos de la comunicación
Miquel de Moragas

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WP014 | La imatge de Catalunya: una aproximació al tractament de Catalunya a la premsa internacional a propòsit dels Jocs Olímpics
Muriel Ladrón de Guevara, Xavier Coller

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WP027 | Televisión, deporte y Movimiento Olímpico: las próximas etapas de una sinergia
Miquel de Moragas

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WP058 | L'esport a la Televisió de Catalunya: la creació d'un canal esportiu-cultural, Canal 33
Merche González

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WP069 | La vigència dels valors olímpics en el discurs periodístic. Anàlisi del tractament informatiu dels Jocs Olímpics d’Atlanta a “El Periódico de Catalunya”
Miguel Ángel Sánchez

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WP074 | Tratamiento de los Juegos Olímpicos de Atlanta ’96 en la prensa catalana y sudamericana
Andrés Casero

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WP079 | Catalunya al món a través de l’esport: què s’ha de fer per projectar la imatge del nostre país a l’estranger i com ho ha recollit la premsa internacional
Jordi Sunyer i Capella

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WP095 | Olimpismo, comunicación y cultura
Miquel de Moragas

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Television in the Olympic Games: the new era: International Symposium, Lausanne, 19th-20th October 1998

The book is a compilation of papers presented at the Symposium on Television in the Olympic Games organised by the IOC Radio and Television Commission in collaboration with the Olympic Museum Lausanne...

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WP006 | Communication, cultural identities and the Olympic Games: the Barcelona'92 experience
Miquel de Moragas

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An Olympic Mosaic: Multidisciplinary Research and Dissemination of Olympic Studies. CEO-UAB: 20 Years
Emilio Fernández Peña; Berta Cerezuela; Miquel Gómez Benosa; Chris Kennett; Miquel de Moragas Spà

An Olympic Mosaic tackles Olympic studies from the wealth and interconnection of the different phenomena that constitute them: media and the new media, economics, legacy, gender, information management,...

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WP051 | The new role of the mass media in the construction of sport and Olympic values
Miquel de Moragas

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WP085 | Olympic cities and communication
Miquel de Moragas; Chris Kennett

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WP100 | Internet and the Olympic Movement
Miquel de Moragas

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WP101 | Olympic Movement and Information Society: new Internet challenges and opportunities
Miquel de Moragas

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WP104 | La mujer y los Juegos Olímpicos: análisis a través de los medios de comunicación. Retos para Beijing 2008
Ibone Lallana

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WP107 | Comunicación y deporte en la era digital
Miquel de Moragas

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WP118 | Beijing Olympic Games: Mass media and the role of the Internet
Emilio Fernández Peña

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The Olympic Games, media, and the challenges of global image making
Nancy K. Rivenburgh

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...

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Why sports matters
Raymond Boyle

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...

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Andrew C. Billings: invited professor of the Chair on Olympism CEO-UAB 2010. Selected Bibliographic List
CEO-UAB

The work includes specially journal articles (in so different scientific journals such as Journal of Communication, Journal of Sport & Social Issues, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, and Mass...

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Through the Minds of Billions: Identity Construction in the Ultimate Megasporting Event
Andrew C. Billings

(…)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...

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WP002 | Las Operaciones de prensa
Martí Perarnau

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Shame and Scandal in the Family: Australian Media Narratives of the IOC/SOCOG Scandal Matrix
Jim McKay, Brett Hutchins & Janine Mikosza

Paper presented to the Fifth International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 2000). The article analyses the media coverage of the intense public outrage in Australia in May 2000, following the...

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New narratives in the Olympics Games : sport, hegemony and the public sphere
Michael Real & Diana Beeson

Paper presented to the 23rd Conference and General Assembly of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (Barcelona, 2002). The text analyses ideological aspects and media practices...

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Analysis of german coverage during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City 2002
Lothar Mikos; Jasper A. Friedrich; Hans-Jorg Stiehler

Paper presented to the 23rd Conference and General Assembly of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (Barcelona, 2002). The paper analyses the German coverage of the Opening...

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Non-accredited media, the Olympic Games & the host city : the British Academy 2004 project
Beatriz García; Andy Miah

Article published in the journal Culture @ the Olympics (Vol. 6, No 1, 2004) that presents the research project funded by the British Academy, during the 2004 Olympic Summer Games, based on findings...

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Les médias et l'éthique du sport
Alain-Gérard Slama

Paper presented to the Conference “Coubertin et l'Olympisme: questions pour l'avenir” (Le Havre, 1997), which analyses the role of the media from an ethical perspective. The author identifies the ambivalent...

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Deporte, medios y periodismo
Sergio Ricardo Quiroga

The article, published in the journal Lecturas: Educación Física y Deportes (2000, Year 5, No 26) discusses the relationship between media and sport. After an initial historical review of the concept...

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Terror Games : media treatment of security issues at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games
Michael Atkinson; Kevin Young

Academic article published in Olympika: the International Journal of Olympic Studies (Vol. 11, 2002, pages 53-78) which analyses the interpretations and media responses to security issues in the...

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Sharing the Spirit or Manufacturing Consent? Sydney 2000, Olympic Sport and Australian Media
Helen Lenskyj

Paper presented to the Third International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 1996). It contains an analysis of the ways in which Australian media shape public opinion concerning Olympic sport in...

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Olympic communication
Journal of International Communication

Special issue of Journal of International Communication published in 1995 and dedicated to Olympic Communication. The issue is about the cultural, social and political aspects of communication...

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Changing partners: the relationship between the mass media and the Olympic Games
John Slater

Paper presented to the Fourth International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 1998). The author identifies the different stages in the coverage of the modern Olympic Games: in media existing prior...

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The BBC, austerity and broadcasting the 1948 Olympic Games
Richard Haynes

Based on original archive research, including papers held in the BBC Written Archives Centre, and interviews with those involved, this paper analyses the historical importance for the BBC of the 1948...

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Contested Nationalisms: Canadian Athlete-Media-Sponsor Relations & Preparations for the Sydney Olympic
Margaret MacNeill; Peter Donnelly & Graham Knight

Paper presented to the Fifth International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 2000). The paper presents findings from the pre-Olympic stage of a larger project investigating the contested production...

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Olympic and Sport Mega-Events as Media-Events: Reflections on the Globalisation Paradigm
Maurice Roche

Paper presented to the Sixth International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 2002). The working paper is a provisional analysis of sport and the Olympic Games as a media event in the context of...

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Media Blueprint for the London 2012 Games
Andy Miah

Blueprint published in the blog Culture @ the Olympics: issues, trends, and perspectives. The blueprint is a proposal redacted by Professor Andy Miah, Olympic scholar and writer, having undertaken...

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Attitudes towards China before and after the Beijing Olympics
Luo Qing, Chwen Chwen Chen, Cinzia Colapinto, et. al.

The purpose of this study is to explore the changes attitudes towards China and the Chinese after being exposed to information connected to the Beijing Olympics and its news reports through the mass media....

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A comparative analysis of Australian, US, and British telecasts of the Seoul Olympic opening ceremony
James F. Larson; Nancy K. Rivenburgh

This study compares audio and visual components of the 1988 Seoul Olympics opening ceremony telecasts as seen in the United States (NBC), the United Kingdom (BBC), and Australia (TEN). The authors describe...

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The Olympic Games: Twenty-First Century challenges as a global Media Event
Nancy K. Rivenburgh

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Attitudes towards China before and after the Beijing Olympics
Luo Qing, Chwen Chwen Chen, Cinzia Colapinto, et. al.

The purpose of this study is to explore the changes attitudes towards China and the Chinese after being exposed to information connected to the Beijing Olympics and its news reports through the mass media....

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Brazil – Beijing changes the way mega-media events are presented: perspectives of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
Leonardo V. Boccia, Lidia de Teive e Argolo, Paulo Roberto Leandro, et. Al.

Focusing on the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the influential Brazilian newspapers O Globo, with a daily circulation of 281,800 and Folha de São Paulo, with a daily circulation of 257,800, reported the...

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Olympic Sport, Global Media and Cultural Diversity
David Whitson

Paper presented to the Fourth International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 1998). The paper analyses the concept of “world class”, often associated with global commerce, and relates it to the...

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