Music, radio and mediatization

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Morten Michelsen, Mads Krogh

Mediatization has become a key concept for understanding the relations between media and other cultural and social fields. Contributing to the discussions related to the concept of mediatization, this article discusses how practices of radio and music(al life) influence each other. We follow Deacon’s and Stanyer’s advice to supplement the concept of mediatization with ‘a series of additional concepts at lower levels of abstraction’ and suggest, in this respect, the notion of heterogeneous milieus of music–radio. Hereby, we turn away from the all-encompassing perspectives related to the concept of mediatization where media as such seem to be ascribed agency. Instead, we consider historical accounts of music–radio in order to address the complex nonlinearity of concrete processes of mediatization as they take place in the multiple meetings between a decentred notion of radio and musical life.
Bidragets oversatte titelMusik, radio og medialisering
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftMedia, Culture & Society
Antal sider16
ISSN0163-4437
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 9 maj 2016

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