UGF-UAB Seminar on Mega Sport Events
The University Gama Filho and the Olympic Studies Centre of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (CEO-UAB) have organized the first seminar Brazil-Spain on mega sporting events that has...
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:...
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...
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...
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,...
Why sports matters
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...
WP118 | Beijing Olympic Games: Mass media and the role of the Internet
Emilio Fernández Peña
WP101 | Olympic Movement and Information Society: new Internet challenges and opportunities
Miquel de Moragas
WP100 | Internet and the Olympic Movement
Miquel de Moragas
Media Blueprint for the London 2012 Games
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...