Television studies, study of programmes and programming of public or commercial networks from 1990 to the present in any European country. The aim is to establish comparisons and synergies with the Spanish case, from the perspective of cultural studies or television studies.
The candidate will be involved in the current research interests of the group: TV studies, audiovisual heritage and European policies and Law on Audiovisuals, Information Access and Copyright. And . He/she can tackle any genre (news, fiction series, talk shows, reality shows, etc.), as well as cross-cutting issues: hearings, legal regulations, identities, representation of diversity, ethnicities, etc. An intermediate level of Spanish and English is required.