Detailed Presentation of JOCIS

JOURNAL OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES AND CULTURAL STUDIES

JOCIS is a Scientific Journal, created by MediaXXI publishing house, aimed to the creative and cultural industries and studies, focused in the academic productions but also oriented to professionals and market who want to stay informed and expand their knowledge.

The access to this publication will be available online or by Amazon Printing on Demand. Don’t miss the first number.

Our first issue – Public Policies, Clusters and Entrepreneurship in Creative and Cultural Industries – is now open for paper submissions.

JOCIS invites original, unpublished, quality research papers/case studies in the fields of creative and cultural studies for the September – December 2016 Issue.

 

Detailed Presentation of the Journal

International Summer School

International Summer School

 

Creative Industries and Media Management Course: CREIMA

 

3rd to 6th July 2017 Porto University

 

This summer school is an Initiative from CIC.Digital, University of Porto and IMMAA to stimulate the transfer of knowledge and experience between professors, professionals and graduate students from several fields related to Creative and Media Studies. It’s a unique opportunities for students to present and develop their projects in an environment that explores both academic and industry scopes, celebrating creation and innovation. Its international dimension, with prominent teachers from several geographies, will foster networking and debate, and disclose the most actual research and development across the world.

 

Lectures:

> Internationalization and Financing of Creative and Media Companies. Eli Noam/Columbia University

> Research Methods and Trends in Media and Creative Industries. Terry Flew/Queensland Technology University

> Strategic Management and Human Resources in Media and Creative Industries. Chris Scholz/ Saarland University

> Public Policies, Clusters and Social and Economic Development. Ruth Towse / Co-Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management

> Trends and Strategies in Digital Media and Creative Projects and Production. Mónica Herrero/Navarra University

> Scientific Dissemination in Journals and Academic Books. Steve Wildman/ Michigan State University

> Media, Creative and Tourism Industries Research Connections. Paulo Faustino / IMMAA’s president and coordinator of the ITRACOTUR Project

 

Industry experts:

> Media, Innovation, Creative Industries and Digital Business Models. João Palmeiro/ President of the European Google Fund for Media Innovation

> Media Industry in Practice: Management and Business Model Challenges. Vitor Ribeiro, CEO of Global Media Group

 

Application: please submit your C.V. and statement of purpose to creima.course@gmail.com until 31 March 2017.

 

Summer school fee: 450 euros

The regular fee includes the field trip to CEIIA, transportation between Porto and Vairão Campus, coffee breaks, 3 lunches, and 3 dinners.

The regular fee includes learning materials, 1 book and 3 ebooks (offered by Media XXI:www.mediaxxi.com), 1 annual subscription of JOCIS magazine (also offered by Media XXI), access to videos from IMMAA’s conferences, 50% discount in Media XXI’s books for 1 year, the field trip to CEIIA, transportation between Porto and Vairão Campus, coffee breaks, 4 lunches, and 2 dinners (4th and 6th July).

 

Optional dinners: 60 euros. We will organize dinners at downtown restaurants with Douro River View, including social activities and night life/bars tour, to better meet your colleagues on 3rd and 5th July.

 

Optional walk and boat tour and Port wine tasting: 60 euros (includes walk tour from downtown to Ribeira, 1 hour boat trip on Douro river, Port wine tasting at Ribeira, 1 trip by cable car and walk tour from the Cellars to the dinner restaurant).

Additional experiences fees: Trip to Douro Valley 8 July: 90 euros (including lunch and wine tasting) at a wine farm.

 

More Information: www.mediaxxi.com