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User-led Content and Self-creating Communities: History Repeating Itself? Understanding "Internet Radio" in the Context of the Development of Radio

Hartley, John & Notley, Tanya M. (2005) User-led Content and Self-creating Communities: History Repeating Itself? Understanding "Internet Radio" in the Context of the Development of Radio. In Healy, Sianan, Goodman, David, & Berryman, Bruce (Eds.) Radio in the World: Radio Conference 2005, August 2005, RMIT University, Melbourne..

Abstract

Sticky.net.au is an online network of young people that enables content sharing, distribution and collaborations alongside various other forms of communication. Sticky has been developed at Queensland University of Technology, Australia as the online platform for the Youth Internet Radio Network (YIRN), a research project funded by the Australian Research Council, Arts Queensland, the State Government’s Office of Youth, Brisbane City Council and QMusic, the peak body for the contemporary music industry in Queensland. Sticky’s audio streaming and archive capabilities can be seen as an experiment in "Internet radio". We explore where technological innovation fits in with the development of radio and in this context will explore related issues of control, access and regulation.

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ID Code: 3787
Item Type: Conference Paper
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Keywords: radio, youth radio, radio regulation, radio policy, youth media, history of radio, new media, internet policy, social networks, digital storytelling, internet radio
ISBN: 1921166126
Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000)
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2005 (please consult author)
Deposited On: 30 Mar 2006
Last Modified: 29 Feb 2012 23:16

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