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  • 1.
    Jensen, Pia Majbritt
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    Department of Media Studies and Journalism, Aarhus University, Denmark.
    Redvall, Eva NovrupDepartment of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.Christensen, Christa LykkeDepartment of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Audiovisual Content for Children and Adolescents in Scandinavia: Production, Distribution, and Reception in a Multiplatform Era2023Collection (editor) (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Scandinavian children and adolescents’ media consumption has changed dramatically in the past decade. Films, series, and social media content on global platforms like Netflix, Disney+, and YouTube are now a major part of young people’s media diet, while encounters with domestic films, series, and platforms are in decline, severely challenging the ways domestic players think about young audiences. The contributions in this book explore these recent developments in the production, distribution, as well as reception of fictional content for children and adolescent audiences in the thoroughly digitalised and transnationalised Scandinavian countries. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, such as interviews, case studies, textual analyses, and surveys, the contributors present recent studies on how commissioners and producers develop children’s content in the highly competitive, professionalised, and digitalised media environment, and on how children think about Scandinavian vis-à-vis global content. Collectively, the book offers readers new knowledge on how Scandinavian media distributors, producers, and creatives – and their young audiences – act in the face of this new reality. This book is relevant for scholars, students, and industry professionals with an interest in children and adolescents, culture, and media.

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  • 2.
    Jensen, Pia Majbritt
    et al.
    Department of Media Studies and Journalism, Aarhus University, Denmark.
    Redvall, Eva Novrup
    Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Christensen, Christa Lykke
    Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Front matter2023In: Audiovisual Content for Children and Adolescents in Scandinavia: Production, Distribution, and Reception in a Multiplatform Era / [ed] P.M Jensen, E. N. Redvall, & C.L Christensen, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg , 2023, p. 6-7Chapter in book (Other academic)
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    Redvall, Eva Novrup
    Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Chapter 4. Creating serialised live action drama for children: Talent development, affordable volume fiction, and portable brand characters at DR2023In: Audiovisual Content for Children and Adolescents in Scandinavia: Production, Distribution, and Reception in a Multiplatform Era / [ed] P.M Jensen, E. N. Redvall, & C.L Christensen, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg , 2023, p. 61-78Chapter in book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This chapter investigates the production strategies of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) when making live action fiction for its children’s channel and brand DR Ramasjang, targeting pre-schoolers. Based on a case study of the serial Oda Omvendt [Oda Upside Down], the chapter begins by discussing the reasons behind DR’s decision to produce more national live action fiction for the youngest audience members. Following this, the case study of Oda Upside Down demonstrates how the commissioning, writing, and production of the series can be regarded as the result of clear institutional strategies for working with talent development, with notions of affordable volume fiction, and with portable brand characters.

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    Redvall, Eva Novrup
    et al.
    Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Jensen, Pia Majbritt
    Department of Media Studies and Journalism, Aarhus University, Denmark.
    Christensen, Christa Lykke
    Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Introduction: Audiovisual content for children and adolescents in Scandinavia2023In: Audiovisual Content for Children and Adolescents in Scandinavia: Production, Distribution, and Reception in a Multiplatform Era / [ed] P.M Jensen, E. N. Redvall, & C.L Christensen, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg , 2023, p. 9-24Chapter in book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This chapter outlines some of the many recent changes and pressing issues to consider when studying the production, distribution, and reception of audiovisual content for children and adolescents in the current Scandinavian media industries. Building on the work of media scholars Anthony Smith and Roberta Pearson, the chapter addresses five main specificities to consider: medium, national, institutional, technological, and audience specificities, the last being particularly important when thinking about content for a quite specific audience, such as children and young people. The chapter ends by introducing the individual chapters of the book.

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