Grabbing sound waves. Reflections on the contemporary status of podcasting in the mediated world

Agarrar som. Reflexões sobre o estatuto contemporâneo do podcasting no mundo mediado

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34629/cpublica.73

Palavras-chave:

podcasting, audio on-demand, plataformas, dietas de media, mediação

Resumo

Neste ensaio refletimos sobre o estatuto contemporâneo dos podcasts, como artefactos e ferramentas de mediação do som / prática social na interseção entre cultura, economia, tecnologia e sociedade. Ainda que a as semelhanças entre o podcasting e a rádio em formato tradicional sejam largamente conhecidas, argumentamos que estas formas de mediação estão também estreitamente relacionadas com a tradição oral e formas mais antigas de estruturação social através da partilha de simbologias, narrativas e discursos. Ainda que o consumo de podcasts e de áudio sejam habitualmente considerados uma experiência isolada / individual, estas formas de mediação escondem uma dimensão social muito significativa. A ascensão das plataformas trouxe nova relevância para o áudio, na esfera da produção e do consumo, com o podcasting a assumir um papel central no processo de mediação do áudio e nas novas formas de apropriação social do som.

Biografias Autor

Miguel Paisana, ISCTE-IUL, Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia

Assistente de investigação no Cies-ISCTE e no OberCom – Observatório da Comunicação. Tem como principal interesse de investigação o acompanhamento das dinâmicas evolutivas do ecossistema mediático contemporâneo, desde as mudanças observadas nos setores ditos tradicionais – rádio, televisão e imprensa – às tendências da digitalização das práticas e processos sociais através das novas tecnologias. Doutorando em Ciências da Comunicação no ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa onde está a desenvolver trabalho sobre o impacto das plataformas no podcasting e no áudio.

Ruben Martins, ISCTE-IUL, Centro de Estudos e Investigação de Sociologia

Doutorando em Ciências da Comunicação no ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, onde desenvolve uma tese sobre os podcasts em Portugal. Jornalista no jornal PÚBLICO, com especial foco na produção de conteúdos de áudio e exploração do podcasting em ambiente jornalístico / noticioso.

Gustavo Cardoso, ISCTE-IUL, Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia

Professor Catedrático de Ciências da Comunicação do ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Diretor do MediaLab_ISCTE, do OberCom – Observatório da Comunicação e do Doutoramento em Ciências da Comunicação e da Pós-Graduação em Jornalismo do ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa.

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2021-12-15

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Paisana, M., Martins, R., & Cardoso, G. (2021). Grabbing sound waves. Reflections on the contemporary status of podcasting in the mediated world: Agarrar som. Reflexões sobre o estatuto contemporâneo do podcasting no mundo mediado . Comunicação Pública, 16(31). https://doi.org/10.34629/cpublica.73

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