Brian Larkin, “Nigerian Video : the Infrastructure of Piracy” in Politique africaine Volume 100, Isue 4, October 2005, pages 146 to 164

In Kano, the economic center of northern Nigeria, media piracy is part of the “organizational architecture” of globalization. Rather than focusing on the negative characteristics of piracy, as others do, the author highlights its creative aspects: the fact that it has resulted in the birth of a new industry based on novel forms of reproduction and distribution and, ultimately, has given rise to wholly legitimate media forms. The author also considers the impact of technology breakdown (blurred images, distorted sound) on audience reception of these forms.

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mathieulonglade (18 mai 2022). Brian Larkin, “Nigerian Video : the Infrastructure of Piracy” in Politique africaine Volume 100, Isue 4, October 2005, pages 146 to 164. Politique africaine. Consulté le 16 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/sxzt


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