This paper aims at a full mapping of TV science programs in Greek speaking media (i.e. Greek and Greek-Cypriot media) as well as at linking some critical structural characteristics of these programs (i.e., format and content) with audience reception. The study constitutes part of the European funded (FR7) project “Audio Visual Science Audiences-AVSA” coordinated by Free University of Berlin which conducted a structural analysis of science programs in 13 European member states and investigated their reception by different segments of the public.

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Science and technology in TV
The cases of Greece and Cyprus

Christina Karamanidou   University of Peloponnese

Kostas Dimopoulos   University of Peloponnese

Vasilis Koulaidis   University of Peloponnese

Markus Lehmkuhl   Freie Universitαt Berlin

This paper aims at a full mapping of TV science programs in Greek speaking media (i.e. Greek and Greek-Cypriot media) as well as at linking some critical structural characteristics of these programs (i.e., format and content) with audience reception. The study constitutes part of the European funded (FR7) project “Audio Visual Science Audiences-AVSA” coordinated by Free University of Berlin which conducted a structural analysis of science programs in 13 European member states and investigated their reception by different segments of the public.

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