Eurovision research survey

by Benny Royston 209 views

Marieke Duijts, of the University of Amsterdam, is conducting a survey focussing on the Eurovision Song Contest as part of her studies. This latest part of her research looks at the role of the Internet within television events. The research centres on the role of new media within television events, with the Eurovision Song Contest used as an example for this.

Marieke explains that "I am trying to measure the attitude of consumers / viewers towards the integration of different new media possibilities by Eurovision Song Contest related TV programmes. The focus of this survey will be on the interactivity of the Eurovision Song Contest and, more particularly, the contest's official website eurovision.tv".

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We would like to wish Marieke luck and success with her studies and look forward to publishing her conclusions and analysis in the near future.

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