How consumers work for media organizations
What is it about?
This paper articulates a practice-based approach to consumer studies to explore and elaborate on the strategic and productive roles that consumers play as immaterial labour or consumer workers in the converging media markets.
Why is it important?
The paper demonstrates that the idea of consumers, and media audiences in particular, as recipients of communication and targets of marketing activities needs to be problematized and the dynamic strategic roles that consumers currently play in the market need to be acknowledged and actively incorporated into the business praxis of media corporations.
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