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[ecrea] Second VIEW Journal issue explores Europe on and beyond the screen

Sat Dec 01 16:32:05 GMT 2012

VIEW, the Journal of European Television History and Culture is the
first peer-reviewed, multi-media and open access e-journal in the
field of European television history and culture. It offers an
international platform for outstanding academic research and archival
reflection on television as an important part of our European cultural
heritage. The journal is proud to present its second issue: Europe on
and behind the Screen, which is freely available at:

The second issue comes in a brand new form, with a new title (VIEW), a
new URL (, a fresh design and a new member on the team
of editors-in-chief: John Ellis from Royal Holloway, University of
London.The journal makes use of an open access publishing system, OJS,
and has developed a tool to insert relevant audiovisual sources in the
online reading experience. The journal also received a redesign to
maximise readability. The new name, VIEW, indicates a clear vision for
the future of the Journal of European Television History and Culture.
The full table of contents for the second issue is:

Editorial - Dana Mustata


Mapping Europe: Images of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest - Mari Pajala
Spain Was Not Living a Celebration. TVE and Eurovision Song Contest
during the years of Franco’s Dictatorship - Juan Francisco Gutiérrez
The Golden Stag Festival in Ceausescu's Romania (1968-1971) - Alexandru Matei
Comunicar Europa/Communicating Europe. Spain and television
co-productions - Manuel Palacio&  Concepción Cascajosa
Zen and the Art of Adaptation - Jeremy Strong


Live from Moscow: The Celebrations of Yuri Gagarin and Transnational
Television in Europe - Lars Lundgren
Reading Between The Lines. A Transnational History of the
Franco-British Entente Cordial in Post War Television - Andreas
Fickers&  Andy O’Dwyer
Transnational Relations Between The BBC And The WDR (1960-1969): The
Central Roles Of Hugh Greene And Klaus Von Bismarck - Christian
Poland's Return to Europe:  Polish Terrestrial Broadcasters and
TV-Fiction - Sylwia Szostak
Hello, Lenin? Soviet Nostalgia on Post-Soviet Television - Kateryna Khinkulova
From European Identity and Media Imperialism to Public Diplomacy: the
Changing Rationale behind Euronews - Eva Polonska-Kimunguyi&  Patrick
Télé-clubs and European Television History Beyond the Screen - Ira Wagman

This second issue enables a discussion of European television through
different themes, approaches and case studies. Starting with this
issue, we present a brand new structure of our journal. The Discovery
articles zoom in on case studies from different corners of Europe,
while the Explorations offer different approaches to writing Europe’s
television history and advancing theoretical discussions in the field.
We wish you a pleasant and inspiring journey through Europe on and
behind the Screen!

Erwin Verbruggen
Project Employee, Research&  Development

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