Media Business in Practice: The e.CC Digital Media Case Study Competition

The e.CC Case Study Competition

The Austrian team presents their scenarios for the future of Starlight TV

After exciting presentations by each of the groups on Thursday, June 30, a jury of consortium members selected the winning team for each of the categories. The following day, the three winners again had to compete, this time against eachother. The best performing team had been awarded the “Super Trophy” of the e.CC competition and the event was celebrated in the old town hall of Strasbourg. Through it all, however, the performance of all participating teams had been amazing with all results having demonstrated a superior level of subject matter understanding. For the jury members, it was indeed difficult to determine winners and some groups were just “slightly” ahead of others. Still, the experience for all these young students had been satisfying and enriching, as far as I can tell from various discussions with the teams during the week. We were proud to have had the honour to host this event and thank each and everyone for his participation and committment. We would again like to congratulate and are already looking forward to the next digital media case study competition in 2012. (JW)

e.CC Category Winners:

Winner in the category “CINEMA” (also winner of the “Super Trophy”)
Berlin University of the Arts, Institute of Communication Theory and Practice, Communication in Social and Economic Contexts Programme – Berlin, Germany

Winner in the category “NEW MEDIA”
Bournemouth University, Media School – Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Winner in the category “TELEVISION”
St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences, Digital Media Technologies Media Management Department – St. Pölten, Austria

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