Profile

Karin van Es received her PhD from Utrecht University in 2014 with a dissertation on the concept 'live' in media studies. Her book "The Future of Live" was published at Polity Press in 2016. She co-edited "The Datafied Society: Studying Culture through Data" with Mirko Tobias Schäfer which was published at Amsterdam University Press in 2017. Her research and teaching concern the intersection of television and new media. Together with Mirko Tobias Schaefer she coordinates the research hub 'Datafied Society'.

Involved in the following study programme(s)
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Key publications

Schaefer, M.T. & van Es, K.F. (2017). The Datafied Society - Studying Culture through Data. (256 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

van Es, K.F. (2016). The Future of Live. (180 p.). Polity Press.

All publications
  2017 -
van Es, K.F. (01.03.2017 01.06.2017) Visiting researcher London School of Economics
  2017 - Scholarly publications
van Es, K.F. & Schaefer, M.T. (2017). Introduction: Brave New World. In Karin van Es & Mirko Tobias Schäfer (Eds.), The Datafied Society: Studying Culture through Data (pp. 13-22). Amsterdam University Press.
van Es, K.F. (2017). Liveness Redux: On Media and Their Claim to be Live. Media, Culture and Society, (pp. 1) (12 p.).
Schaefer, M.T. & van Es, K.F. (2017). The Datafied Society - Studying Culture through Data. (256 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
van Es, K.F., López Coombs, Nicolas & Boeschoten, Thomas (2017). Towards a Reflexive Digital Data Analysis. In Mirko Tobias Schäfer & Karin van Es (Eds.), The Datafied Society: Studying Culture through Data (pp. 171-180). Amsterdam University Press.
  2017 - Professional publications
van Es, K.F. (01.08.2017). An Impending Crisis of Imagination: Data‐Driven Personalization in Public Service Broadcasters. Media@LSE Working Paper Series (43), (pp. 1-18).
van Es, K.F. & Verhoeff, N. (2017). Data voor discussie: installaties in de stad als interventie. Boekman : tijdschrift voor kunst, cultuur en beleid, 111.
  2016 - Scholarly publications
van Es, K.F. (2016). Social TV and the Participation Dilemma in NBC’s The Voice. Television and New Media, (pp. 108-123).
van Es, K.F. (2016). The Future of Live. (180 p.). Polity Press.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
van Es, K.F., van Geenen, Daniela & Boeschoten, Thomas (09.12.2015). Re-imagining television audience research: Tracing viewing patterns on Twitter. M/C Journal. A Journal of Media and Culture, 18 (6).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
van Es, K.F., van Geenen, Daniela & Boeschoten, Thomas (2014). Mediating the Black Pete discussion of Facebook: Slacktivism, flaming wars and deliberation. First Monday, 19 (12).
  2012 - Scholarly publications
van Es, K.F. & Müller, E. (2012). The Voice: Redefining the 'Social' in 'Social TV'. Montage/AV, 21 (1), (pp. 63-84) (22 p.).
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Project:
[urban interfaces]
13.05.2014 to
General project description 

[urban interfaces] is a platform for a critical investigation of urban interfaces for creative and participatory engagement at the crossing of academic research and cultural practices. Focusing on mobile and situated media, arts, and performances, the platform brings together and initiates critical reflections on, and actual interventions in, these socio-spatial activities and their shaping and staging of urban culture. 


[urban interfaces] is an initiative of the interdisciplinary Department for Media and Culture Studies (MCW) at Utrecht University, and collaborates with an expanding (international) network of academic and cultural partners. 


For more information, see urbaninterfaces.net.

Role Researcher Funding
No information available
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Naomi Bueno de Mesquita
  • Karen Lancel
Project:
Utrecht Data School
01.01.2013 to 01.01.2021
General project description 

Utrecht Data School is a research platform for investigating datafication in public management, police and security, and the media industry. It is a teaching platform for digital methods, data practices and data visualization. The Utrecht Data School employs entrepreneurial research as a method to immerse into the field where datafication transforms society. Carrying out commissioned research projects for external partners, the members of the Utrecht Data School are deeply embedded in the unfolding transformation of society through emerging data practices.

Role Researcher Funding
External funding: The Utrecht Data School is mostly funded through entrepreneurial research
Project members UU

My current research centers on the challenges to the dominant business model of broadcast television by the digital context (cf. audience fragmentation and audience autonomy). This includes a consideration of:
a. the renegotiation of the audience as commodity by various stakeholders (from an exposure model to an engagement model)
b. the various strategies devised by television to deepen the loyalty of audiences
c. emerging alternative revenue streams (incl. online pay-per-view)
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Currently dr. Karin van Es teaches the following course(s):
 
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dr. K.F. van Es Contact details
Muntstraat 2-2a

Muntstraat 2-2A
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3512 EV  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Muntstraat 2-2a

Muntstraat 2-2A
Room -
3512 EV  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


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