Digital Transformation of Radio Broadcasting: An Exploratory Analysis of Challenges and Solutions for New Digital Radio Services

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2019-01-08
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Hirschmeier, Stefan
Tilly, Roman
Beule, Vanessa
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Like other media industries before, radio broadcasting is increasingly facing competition from new media platforms and changing consumer expectations. Many broadcasters are experimenting with possible solutions and are changing their production processes. While this is necessary, research is needed to capture the whole phenomenon of digital transformation of radio broadcasting. We conducted exploratory qualitative content analysis on talks of radio practitioner to identify current challenges, possible solutions, and specific aesthetics that shape current and future radio experience. We conceptualize the case of digital transformation of radio from the perspective of service-dominant logic and digital service innovation and discuss relevant areas of service innovation. We thus offer orientation for practitioners and contribute to a rather new, yet fruitful area of research for the information systems discipline.
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Making Digital Transformation Real, Internet and the Digital Economy, digital transformation, service innovation, service-dominant logic, digital radio, radio broadcasting
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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