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Two further international articles on our project were published

We are proud to announce that two further articles with relation to our project have been lately published in international peer-reviewed journals. On the one hand, central results of the project are depicted in an article called How Do People Really Listen to Music Today? in the journal “Information, Communication & Society”. Furthermore, results of […]

Two new articles on the project were published

Once again there is something new! In november 2014, two new scientific journal articles on central findings of the research project “Survey Musik und Medien” were published: In the current issue of Publizistik (publication organ of the German Society for Journalism and Communication Studies DGPuK) a German contribution describing our statistical results was published. Whereas […]

Radio interview regarding central findings of survey 2012

Today, the German public broadcaster “Deutschlandfunk” aired a radio-feature-interview with our project leader Steffen Lepa with regard to central findings of our 2012 survey. Due to German broadcasting laws, it can only be listened to for a limited amount of time by the following link to the Mediathek of Deutschlandfunk.

Press release with central project findings published today

Today, a press release with central quantitative findings of Survey Musik und Medien 2012 has been published on the press web portal of TU Berlin.

Welcome,

welcome to the new website of our research project “Survey Musik und Medien. Empirical Basic Data and Theoretical Modeling of the Mediatization of Everyday Music Reception in Germany”. This website provides further information on the project background, the underlying research design and always updated results of data analyses.

This research project is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG)
and operates within the Audio Communication Group of the Technische Universität Berlin.