Speaking

Conferences and Panels

2019

What are Music Streaming Services? Introducing the Concept of Intermediary Infrastructures

Songwriting, Streaming, and Sustainability, London, August 8th.

2018

Taste in the Digital Age: How are Music Streaming Services Shaping the Relationship between Taste, Consumption and Class Identity?

Theorising the Web, New York City, April 27-28th. 

The Datafication of Taste: How are Music Streaming Services Shaping the Relationship between Taste, Consumption and Class Identity?

Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Southampton, May 17th.

2017

Learning to Satisfy Your Musical Needs: Competitive Advantage in the Music Streaming Market

Innovation in Music, London, UK, September 6-8th.

Cultural Intermediaries in the Digital Age: The Case of Music Streaming Services

Cultural Mediators in the Digital Age Symposium, London, UK, September 4th

Mass Personalisation? How Spotify Uses ‘Imagined Exclusivity’ to Stand Out in the Crowded Marketplace for Music Streaming

The Place of Music, Loughborough University, UK, June 28-29th.

2016

The Opportunities and Challenges Facing the Web

Web Science MOOC Online Panel. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWgv8_TyBSk

Physical Retail In The Digital Age: Why Are Indie Record Shops Still In Business?

Q&A Session With Brian J. Hracs For The Disruption And Innovation Festival (DIF). Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M_v2r1YNPU

Towards a Theoretical Approach for Analysing Music Recommender Systems as Sociotechnical Cultural Intermediaries

8th ACM Conference on Web Science, Hannover, Germany, May 23-25th.

Algorithmic Taste Makers: Reworking the Concept of Cultural Intermediaries for the Digital Age

Theorising the Web Conference, New York, USA, April 15-16th.

A Theoretical Approach for Examining Music Recommender Systems as Sociotechnical Cultural Intermediaries

British Sociological Association (BSA) Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK, April 6-8th.

2015

‘Building Worker Die, Building Worker Die!’: Musical Militant Particularism and Anti-Gentrification Protest in Kreuzberg, Berlin

IASPM Songs of Social Protest Conference, Limerick, IE, April 29th-May 1st.

From the Streets to the Screen: The Importance of Offline Spatial Experience to the Online Distribution of Rap Music on YouTube in the UK

Royal Musical Association (RMA) Research Student Conference, Bristol, UK

 
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