The fourth "Paderborn Pop Lectureship" will be held in the winter semester 2023/24 by media manager and Grimme award winner Prof. Dieter Gorny. Under the title "Pop, Media and Markets", he will introduce students to the historical, transformational and cultural-economic developments of one of the central sectors of the creative industries. The seminar is open to the "Popular Music and Media" and "Media Studies" degree programmes as well as the Studium Generale, but is already fully booked.
As a renowned pop music promoter, Gorny helped establish the music channel "VIVA", the pop music trade fair "Popkomm" and the "european centre for creative economy (ecce)". He is also chairman of the supervisory board of "Initiative Musik", a member of the executive committee of the German Music Council and teaches as a professor of cultural and media studies at Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences. Gorny already held the "Pop Lectureship" at Paderborn University in 2019. He is also a member of the advisory board of the Paderborn research centre "C:POP - Transdisciplinary Research Center for Popular Music Cultures and Creative Economies", which was founded this year at the Faculty of Cultural Studies.
As part of the lectureship, the "Popular Music and Media" degree programme together with "C:POP" invites all interested parties to a public talk and Q&A with Gorny on the "Future of music (television) viewing on TV and the internet". The event will take place on Thursday, 11 January, from 4 to 6 pm in room H7 321. Admission is free, registration is not necessary.
The "Paderborn Pop Lectureship" was launched in 2014 by Prof. Dr Christoph Jacke and Ulrich Lettermann as a special format for the subject of music and specifically the "Popular Music and Media" degree programme. Experts from the fields of popular music and media cultures pass on their knowledge and practical professional experience to students in workshops, lectures and projects. Presenter and music journalist Markus Kavka has already lectured twice. In the 2024 summer semester, the series will be continued by author and cultural scientist Sonja Eismann.
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