The main focus of the journal will be to promote a global discussion forum and an interdisciplinary exchange among scholars exploring the topic of TV program, film or cinematography, animation, and photography from different perspectives.

Series will encourage innovation and research, contributing to a better understanding of the narrative, technological, economic, social and cultural impact of TV program, film, animation, and photography. To this end, some areas of interest will be:

  • Narrative analysis of specific phenomena, with a focus on innovative television program;
  • Studies on the influence and/or connection of TV, film, animation, and photography driven by social technologies;
  • Analysis of TV program, film, animation, and photography as capable of advancing aesthetic thought;
  • Study of the relationship between technology and creativity in the TV, film, animation, and photography;
  • Studies on the economic and innovative formulas in terms of production chain and marketing strategies for TV, film, animation, and photography;
  • The impact and significance of TV, film, animation, and photography from a political, ethnological, or educational perspective;
  • Historical approach in terms of media history in order to locate and identify influences on TV program, film, animation, and photography;
  • Studies on the evolution and characteristics of the phenomenon of TV program, film, animation, and photography in different geographical areas;
  • Analyses and studies focusing on audiences, artists, or producers.