Conference Paper

#allislove. The SKAM Commentary Track: Co-Narrating a Cross-Media Series

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM),

2018

DOI:10.1145/3217804.3217941, Dimensions: pub.1105673263,

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  1. (1) University of Copenhagen, grid.5254.6, KU

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Denmark

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Europe

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The paper analyses all communications on the distribution blog of the web series SKAM/SHAME. More than 135 000 comments tell the story of a unique community of followers, fans, and friends communicating with each other and the series framed by a cross-media distributive environment. The analysis shows how SKAM mixes media types in different ways across the four seasons, how certain media types generate more interaction than others, and lastly how user comments, replies and likes follow these structures but also apply rules of their own relating to individual commenters, specific emotional topics, invitations to interact, and feelings of community in the commentary track.

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