New research project blog launch: Online networks and the production of value in electronic music

This week marks the launch of the blog for the research project ‘Online networks and the production of value in electronic music‘. The six-month venture is a collaboration between the Open University and King’s College London, with funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The researchers are Daniel Allington (Centre for Language and Communication, Open University), Anna Jordanous (Centre for e-Research, King’s College London) and the Music Department’s own Byron Dueck.

About Byron Dueck

Byron Dueck is Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology and Head of Music at the Open University.
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One Response to New research project blog launch: Online networks and the production of value in electronic music

  1. Tom Hewitt says:

    Hi Byron, Anna and Daniel.

    This project has a number of potential linkages to my proposed PhD research (application in the CHASE system at the moment).

    Just to let you know that the ‘subscribe’ link on your new homepage doesn’t appear to be working.

    Good luck,

    Tom.

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