Hilde Van den Bulck
Hilde Van den Bulck
Prof Communication Studies, Drexel University
Verifisert e-postadresse på drexel.edu
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The media book
C Newbold, O Boydt-Barrett, H Van Den Bulck
Public service television and national identity as a project of modernity: the example of Flemish television
H Van den Bulck
Media, Culture & Society 23 (1), 53-69, 2001
Opportunities and limitations of newsroom convergence: A comparative study on European public service broadcasting organisations
A Larrondo, D Domingo, IJ Erdal, P Masip, H Van den Bulck
Journalism studies 17 (3), 277-300, 2016
Public service media, universality and personalisation through algorithms: mapping strategies and exploring dilemmas
H Van den Bulck, H Moe
Media, Culture & Society 40 (6), 875-892, 2018
Can PSB stake its claim in a media world of digital convergence? The case of the Flemish PSB management contract renewal from an international perspective
H Van den Bulck
Convergence 14 (3), 335-349, 2008
Let's drink and be merry: The framing of alcohol in the prime-time American youth series The OC
H Van den Bulck, N Simons, BV Gorp
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 69 (6), 933-940, 2008
National language, identity formation and broadcasting: Flanders, the Netherlands and German-speaking Switzerland
H Van den Bulck, L Van Poecke
European journal of communication 11 (2), 217-233, 1996
Impacts of advertisements that are unfriendly to women and men
C Van Hellemont, H Van den Bulck
International Journal of Advertising 31 (3), 623-656, 2012
Opinion balance in vox pop television news
K Beckers, S Walgrave, H Van den Bulck
Journalism Studies 19 (2), 284-296, 2018
Media Audiences| Changing Patterns of Media Use across Cultures: A Challenge for Longitudinal Research
U Hasebrink, KB Jensen, H Van den Bulck, S Hölig, P Maeseele
International Journal of Communication 9, 23, 2015
Collisions of convergence: Flemish news workers’ and management’s perceptions of the impact of PSB newsroom integration on journalistic practices and identities
H Van den Bulck, S Tambuyzer
International Communication Gazette 75 (1), 54-75, 2013
Of discourses, stakeholders and advocacy coalitions in media policy: Tracing negotiations towards the new management contract of Flemish public broadcaster VRT
H Van den Bulck, K Donders
European Journal of Communication 29 (1), 83-99, 2014
Guess who Tiger is having sex with now? Celebrity sex and the framing of the moral high ground
H Van Den Bulck, N Claessens
Celebrity Studies 4 (1), 46-57, 2013
Celebrity suicide and the search for the moral high ground: Comparing frames in media and audience discussions of the death of a Flemish celebrity
H Van den Bulck, N Claessens
Critical studies in media communication 30 (1), 69-84, 2013
Can a charter of diversity make the difference in ethnic minority reporting? A comparative content and production analysis of two Flemish television newscasts
H Van den Bulck, D Broos
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 36 (2), 195-216, 2011
Of local and global fame: A comparative analysis of news items and audience reactions on celebrity news websites People, Heat, and HLN
H Van den Bulck, N Claessens
Journalism 15 (2), 218-236, 2014
Pitfalls and obstacles of media policymaking in an age of digital convergence: The flemish signal integrity case
H Van den Bulck, K Donders
Journal of Information Policy 4, 444-462, 2014
Are newspapers’ news stories becoming more alike? Media content diversity in Belgium, 1983–2013
K Beckers, A Masini, J Sevenans, M van der Burg, J De Smedt, ...
Journalism 20 (12), 1665-1683, 2019
Parasocial relationships with audiences’ favorite celebrities: The role of audience and celebrity characteristics in a representative Flemish sample
N Claessens, H Van den Bulck
Communications 40 (1), 43-65, 2015
A severe case of disliking Bimbo Heidi, Scumbag Jesse and Bastard Tiger: Analysing celebrities’ online anti-fans
N Claessens, H Van den Bulck
The Ashgate research companion to fan cultures, 63-75, 2016
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