Hallvard Moe
Hallvard Moe
Professor of Media Studies at the University of Bergen
Verifisert e-postadresse på infomedia.uib.no
Sitert av
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Studying political microblogging: Twitter users in the 2010 Swedish election campaign
AO Larsson, H Moe
New media & society 14 (5), 729-747, 2012
The media welfare state: Nordic media in the digital era
T Syvertsen, O Mjøs, H Moe, G Enli
University of Michigan Press, 2014
Structural layers of communication on Twitter
A Bruns, H Moe
Twitter and society [Digital formations, volume 89], 15-28, 2014
Dissemination and dialogue in the public sphere: a case for public service media online
H Moe
Media, Culture & Society 30 (3), 319-336, 2008
Public service media online? regulating public broadcasters' internet Services—A comparative analysis
H Moe
Television & New Media 9 (3), 220-238, 2008
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
Triumph of the underdogs? Comparing Twitter use by political actors during two Norwegian election campaigns
AO Larsson, H Moe
Sage Open 4 (4), 2158244014559015, 2014
What we talk about when we talk about document analysis
K Karppinen, H Moe
Trends in communication policy research: New theories, methods and subjects …, 2012
Representation or participation? Twitter use during the 2011 Danish election campaign
A Olof Larsson, H Moe
Javnost-The Public 20 (1), 71-88, 2013
Changing relations: Class, education and cultural capital
J Gripsrud, JF Hovden, H Moe
Poetics 39 (6), 507-529, 2011
Exporting the public value test: The regulation of public broadcasters’ new media services across Europe
K Donders, H Moe
Nordicom, University of Gothenburg, 2011
Governing public service broadcasting:“Public value tests” in different national contexts
H Moe
Communication, culture & critique 3 (2), 207-223, 2010
Habermas, Mouffe and political communication: A case for theoretical eclecticism
K Karppinen, H Moe, J Svensson
Javnost-the public 15 (3), 5-21, 2008
Rearticulating audience engagement: Social media and television
H Moe, T Poell, J van Dijck
Television & new media 17 (2), 99-107, 2016
Defining public service beyond broadcasting: the legitimacy of different approaches
H Moe
International Journal of Cultural Policy 17 (1), 52-68, 2011
What we talk about when talk about “media independence”
K Karppinen, H Moe
Javnost-The Public 23 (2), 105-119, 2016
Twitter in politics and elections: Insights from Scandinavia
AO Larsson, H Moe
Twitter and Society. New York: Peter Lang, 319-330, 2013
Introduction to special issue: Social media and election campaigns–key tendencies and ways forward
G Enli, H Moe
Information, communication & society 16 (5), 637-645, 2013
Approximately informed, occasionally monitorial? Reconsidering normative citizen ideals
B Ytre-Arne, H Moe
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (2), 227-246, 2018
Public service news on the Web: A large-scale content analysis of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's online news
H Sjøvaag, H Moe, E Stavelin
Journalism Studies 13 (1), 90-106, 2012
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