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Narration of Lives and Nations

National Stereotypes in the Coverage of World Cup Football in the Norwegian Channel TV2

Sharam Alghasi

) ‘Interpreting the Variorum’, Critical Inquiry Journal , University of Chicago. Fiske, J. (1987) Television Culture . London: Methuen. Gillespie, M.; Toynbee, J. (2006) Analysing Media Texts . Open University Press Giulianotti, R. (1999) Football, A Sociology of the Global Game . Cambridge, Policy Press. Grillo, R. (2004) Backlash Against Diversity? Identity and Cultural Politics in European Cities . University of Sussex. Grossberg, L.; Wartella, E.; Whitney, D. Charles; Wise, J. Macgregor (2006) Media Making. Mass Media in a Popular Culture

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TV Sports Viewers – Who Are They?

A Norwegian Case Study

Harry Arne Solberg and Randi Hammervold

References Andreff, W. & Bourg, J-F. (2006) ‘Broadcasting Rights and the Competition in European Football’, in C. Jeanrenaud & S. Kèsenne, (eds.) The Economics of Sport and the Media. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Baimbridge, M., Cameron, S. & Dawson P. (1996) Satellite Television and the Demand for Football: A whole New Ball Game, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 43, pp. 317-33. Boardman, A.E. & Hargreaves-Heap, S.P. (1999) ‘Network Externalities and Government Restrictions on Satellite Broadcasting of

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The Mediatized Zlatan, Made by Sweden

An Immigrant’s Path from Provincial Otherness to a Western Literary Space

Cristine Sarrimo

medier [The Public Self. Performing Selves in Different Media]. Gothenburg: Makadam. Searle, John. R. (1975). ”A Taxonomy of Illocutionary Acts”. Language, Mind and Knowledge . Gunderson, Keith (ed.). Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis Press. Skeggs, Beverly (1997). Formations of Class and Gender: Becoming Respectable . London: Sage. Skillen, Charlie (2014). ”The Coolest Footballer of All Time?”. Daily Mail 27 January http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2546615/Watch

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Sports Broadcasting

An Accelerator of Business Integration in the Media Industry

Harry Arne Solberg and Knut Helland

References Andreff, W. & Bourg, J-F. (2006) ‘Broadcasting Rights and the Competition in European football’, in C. Jeanrenaud & S. Kèsenne, (eds.) The Economics of Sport and the Media . Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Boardman, A.E. & Hargreaves-Heap, S.P. (1999) ‘Network Externalities and Government Restrictions on Satellite Broadcasting of Key Sporting Events’, Journal of Cultural Economics 23, 167-181. Boge, E. (2009) Konvergens, sportsrettigheter og formidling - En casestudie av Telenors utnyttelse av fotballavtalen 2005. [Convergence

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Mega-Sporting Events and the Media in Attention Economies

National and International Press Coverage of the IAAF World Championships in Helsinki 2005

Mats Nylund

. Selvitys miesten ja naisten asemasta suomalaisessa liikuntakultuurissa . SLU-julkaisusarja 2/05. Helsinki: SLU. Green, C. (2004) ‘Marketing the Host City: Analyzing Exposure Generated by a Sport Event’, International Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship 4 (4). Hall, C.M. (2005) Tourism: Rethinking the Social Science of Mobility . Prentice Hall: Pearson. Horne, J. & Manzenreiter, W. (2004) ‘Accounting for Mega-Events: Forecast and actual impacts of the 2002 Football World Cup Finals on the Host Countries Japan/Korea’, International Review for