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Origin and Decline of the First University Radio Web in France

Educational Media International Volume 54, Number 3, ISSN 0952-3987


"Résonances" was the first university radio web in France. It was founded at the University of Limoges, in 2010. This article is about the origin and decline of this transmedia project. Two strategies are here unfolded: historical the first one, ranging from the conception of the idea, the vicissitudes experienced by the team for implementing the radio and keeping it alive; the second one, a short semiotical approach. Following the principle according to which is sometimes necessary to move to a higher level of analysis to understand the lower one, the thesis of this article is that the suppression of "Résonances" cannot be understood either historically or semiotically without adding a higher level of analysis.


Giorgi, S.M. (2017). Origin and Decline of the First University Radio Web in France. Educational Media International, 54(3), 185-198. Retrieved April 25, 2019 from .

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