The purpose of the Media Management and Economics book series is to provide a central resource on topics related to the areas of media management and economics. Books in this series will cover a range of topics involving industry studies, research, edited volumes, and theoretical/methodological contributions, and include both textbooks for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as scholarly and professional works and some reference volumes.
Handbook of Media Management and Economics
The Media Economy
The Social Media Industries
Edited By Ulrike Rohn, Tom Evens
March 31, 2020
This edited volume explores media management as engaged scholarship, building a bridge between theory and practice and discussing research collaboration between academia, policymakers and the media industry. In addition to advancing the scholarly discipline, it also questions, investigates and ...
Edited By Alan Albarran, Bozena Mierzejewska, Jaemin Jung
April 20, 2018
Winner of the 2019 Robert Picard Book Award The Handbook of Media Management and Economics has become a required reference for students, professors, policy makers and industry practitioners. The volume was developed around two primary objectives: assessing the state of knowledge for the key topics ...
By Alan B. Albarran
August 17, 2016
The Media Economy analyzes the media industries and its activities from macro to micro levels, using concepts and theories to demonstrate the role the media plays in the economy as a whole. Representing a rapidly changing and evolving environment, this text breaks new ground through its analysis ...
Edited By Louisa S. Ha, Richard J. Ganahl
November 13, 2006
Webcasting Worldwide tackles one of the most timely topics in mass communication today—the delivery of audio and video content via the Web, or webcasting—employing a global perspective to explore the subject. It is unique in providing a theoretical framework by which to analyze business models of ...
Edited By Alan B. Albarran
February 26, 2013
This volume examines how social media is evolving as an industry—it is an extension of traditional media industries, yet it is distinctly different in its nature and ability to build relationships among users. Examining social media in both descriptive and analytical ways, the chapters included ...