Conferences

Since 2016-present

  • D. Castro (2021). “What about the locals? Analyzing residents’ experiences in the mediatized city of Sevilla.” Worlds of Imagination: Media, place and tourism in today’s global world. Online conference organized by Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • D. Castro (2020). “The binge watcher’s journey. What objective and subjective data can (and cannot) tell us about binge watching”. Binge-watching: Motives, Experiences, and Effects on Sleep. Online symposium organized by the University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  • D. Castro & L. Mikos (2019). “Binge-watching and the rhythms of everyday life”. Annual Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication: Madrid, Spain.
  • D. Castro (2019). “I am a binge-watcher, but what does it really mean?” Dissecting a popular mode of viewing. 69th Annual International Communication Association Conference: Washington DC
  • D. Castro & J. Straubhaar (2019). A multicultural approach to ‘Quality TV’ in times of Netflix. Exploring Brazil and Spain. Annual Conference of Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2019: Seattle, US
  • D. Castro (2018). The binge-watching experience: An interdisciplinary approach for studying viewers’ motivations, engagement and mood swings. 7th European Communication Conference “Centres and Peripheries: Communication, Research, Translation”: Lugano, Switzerland
  • D. Castro (2018). How many times do you have sex per week? Representation of sexuality between couples in the Spanish adaptation of Un gars, une fille. International Conference Transnational Television Drama: Aarhus, Denmark
  • D. Castro & L. Duarte (2018). Can new media habits survive economic downturns? The Latin American affair with Pay TV. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference: Toronto, Canada
  • D. Castro & V. Nisi (2017). The role of the settings in the narrative experience. Analyzing the social audience and TV-induced tourism generated by Spanish TV scripted fiction. IV Colóquio, Média e Cognição: Covilhã, Portugal
  • J. Straubhaar & D. Castro (2017). The development of TV audiences over time in Brazil: A generational portrait of television usage in lower-middle class families. International Communication Association, Pre-Conference: “Audiences? The familiar unknown of communication historiography: San Diego, USA
  • D. Castro (2017). B-WATCH. An interdisciplinary approach toward binge-watching. Trans TV: London, United Kingdom
  • C. Lacalle & D. Castro (2016). Television fiction & identity disclosure. Analyzing the comments posted by female fans and community managers. 4th International Conference Digital Media & Electronic Communication: Le Havre, France
  • D. Castro (2016). Fans and Series Finales: Analyzing Internet Users’ Discourse. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference: Atlanta, USACastro, D.; Mikos, L. Binge-watching and the rhythms of everyday life. Annual International Association for Media and Communication, July 2019, Madrid, Spain.
  • D. Castro (2019). “I am a binge-watcher, but what does it really mean?” Dissecting a popular mode of viewing. 69th Annual International Communication Association Conference: Washington DC
  • D. Castro & J. Straubhaar (2019). A multicultural approach to ‘Quality TV’ in times of Netflix. Exploring Brazil and Spain. Annual Conference of Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2019: Seattle, US
  • D. Castro (2018). The binge-watching experience: An interdisciplinary approach for studying viewers’ motivations, engagement and mood swings. 7th European Communication Conference “Centres and Peripheries: Communication, Research, Translation”: Lugano, Switzerland
  • D. Castro (2018). How many times do you have sex per week? Representation of sexuality between couples in the Spanish adaptation of Un gars, une fille. International Conference Transnational Television Drama: Aarhus, Denmark
  • D. Castro & L. Duarte (2018). Can new media habits survive economic downturns? The Latin American affair with Pay TV. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference: Toronto, Canada
  • D. Castro & V. Nisi (2017). The role of the settings in the narrative experience. Analyzing the social audience and TV-induced tourism generated by Spanish TV scripted fiction. IV Colóquio, Média e Cognição: Covilhã, Portugal
  • J. Straubhaar & D. Castro (2017). The development of TV audiences over time in Brazil: A generational portrait of television usage in lower-middle class families. International Communication Association, Pre-Conference: “Audiences? The familiar unknown of communication historiography: San Diego, USA
  • D. Castro (2017). B-WATCH. An interdisciplinary approach toward binge-watching. Trans TV: London, United Kingdom
  • C. Lacalle & D. Castro (2016). Television fiction & identity disclosure. Analyzing the comments posted by female fans and community managers. 4th International Conference Digital Media & Electronic Communication: Le Havre, France
  • D. Castro (2016). Fans and Series Finales: Analyzing Internet Users’ Discourse. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference: Atlanta, USA