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Audiovisual Communication

Three Important Scientific Journals Join the Comunica2 Conference

The International Conference on social networks, Comunica2, which will hold its eighth edition in February 2018, has managed to position itself as a benchmark event for the latest trends and developments in all areas of online communication, including journalism, marketing, television, science, sports, education. In addition to its educational aspects, the conference also serves as […]

The Television Studies Event of the Year, in Gandia

Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València and  TV series junkies are in luck. From November 2 to 4 we will host the international conference The Aesthetics of Television Serials, which will bring together important international experts from various fields of knowledge to discuss the art and aesthetics in television series. This is undoubtedly […]

Marga Cabrera, Campus Gandia professor, presents the “Observatory of New Spanish Media”


Marga Cabrera, director of the CALSI Master’s Degree in Digital Communication at the Universitat Politècnica de València, professor in the Undergraduate Department of Audiovisual Communication at the UPV and co-director of the Comunica2, Social Media Conference, presented her project “Observatory of New Spanish Media” in the House of America in Madrid.

Comunica2 Awarded for its Commitment to Innovation and Quality Tourism

Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València is the ideal place to hold a conference such as Comunica2. Undergraduate and graduate degrees closely related to the topics of the conference are imparted on this campus. Furthermore, Gandia is a major tourist destination. All the speakers highlighted the beautiful beaches and the marvelous walks you can […]

A “Live Census” of over 850 New Spanish Language Media Websites

Observatorio de Nuevos Medios Campus Gandia

Campus Gandia professor, Marga Cabrera, is heading the project “Observatory of New Spanish Language Media”. It was funded by one of the “2015 Research and Innovation Grants in the Field of Culture” of the BBVA Foundation. The Observatory is a live census that collects information about new online media initiatives being driven by journalists. “The […]

Cartoons Introduce Children to the Game of Chess


Professors from the Digital Post Production Master’s Degree Program at Campus Gandia have developed a series of animated videos created for the purpose of getting young children interested in chess and acquainting them with the chess pieces and their movements. The graduate student, Raul Estevez Montero has taken part in the development of this animated […]

We’ll Miss You, Dr. Cooper

The popular CBS sitcom, The Big Bang Theory, enters its ninth and final season. Over the last nine years we have shared an apartment in Pasadena, Ca. with Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), two physicists who work at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). We have also met their two best friends and […]

Science is Cool!

Ainhoa Goñi en Comunica2 del Campus de Gandia

Get ready for Comunica2, the number-one International Social Media Conference that will be held on our campus on February 25 and 26. The sixth edition of the conference will be hosted by the journalist Toni Garrido and the intense program will address the challenges faced in today’s Internet, with front line speaker such as international […]

Tv fiction is competing with movies

Campus Gandia hosted the International Cinema/Series Conference on November 6th and 7th, where over 100 attendees listened to leading experts discuss the transfer processes taking place between TV series and films. During the entire weekend in Gandia the characters, plots and visual esthetics of popular series such as Sherlock, Hannibal, Fargo, Gomorrah, Mad Men or […]

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