Dr Michael O'Neill

  • Research Associate (Theatre, Film & Television Studies)

telephone: 0141 330 2447
email: Michael.ONeill@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

  • British television history
  • Cultural industries
  • Promotional cultures/branding
  • Social media
  • Audiences/fandom

Grants

  • 2010-2014: CCCR/SCAFM (University of Portsmouth) doctoral research grant.

Teaching

Dissertation supervision on the MSc Media Management Programme 


Additional Information

External Responsibilities

Referee for British Cinema and Television Journal

Conference Papers

  • O’Neill, M. (2016) “Tamed, Leashed, Interrupted”? How Walter Presents represents the subtitled digital vanguard of Channel 4’s uncertain post-TV global future.” Presented at European Screens: MeCETES conference on contemporary European film and television drama, University of York, 7th September 2016.
  • O’Neill, M. (2016) “’You know nothing, Jon Snow’: The tale of how Channel 4’s search for youthful news audiences led to 4Newswall.” Presented at Media Engagement: Connecting Production, Texts and Audiences (International Symposium), University of Westminster, 4th May 2016.
  • O’Neill, M. (2015) “'Born Risky/Dying Risk-free' – The dissonance between televisual past and promotional present signals Channel 4's uncertain multiplatform future.” Presented at New Directions in Film and Television Production Studies Conference, Bristol Watershed, 14th April 2015.
  • O’Neill, M. (2013) “We (can't) remember it for you wholesale” - How Channel 4's re-imagining of television's past allows it to create its multiplatform future? Presented at MeCCSA-PGN 2013 Conference, University of East Anglia, 3rd July 2013.
  • O’Neill, M. (2012) "Remembering Forgotten Histories? Digital archives, televisual ephemera and challenging dominant discourse through the Wayback Machine." Presented at MeCCSA-PGN 2012 Conference, Loughborough University, 18th September 2012.
  • O’Neill, M. (2012). "Digital Ash for a Digital Urn – 360 Degree Commissioning, Multiplatform Branding and how Educational Broadcasting Projects Offer Fanfare, But Little Fandom." (Abridged paper). Presented at CCI Research Opportunities - The Conversation, University of Portsmouth, 22nd June 2012.
  • O’Neill, M. (2012) "Digital Ash for a Digital Urn – 360 Degree Commissioning, Multiplatform Branding and how Educational Broadcasting Projects Offer Fanfare, But Little Fandom." Presented at Audiences, Users and Producers of Public Service Content: An International Symposium, Canterbury Christ Church University, 23rd May 2012.
  • O’Neill, M. (2012) "'Do Not Sleep' - How the forgotten history of Channel 4's late-night TV articulates the neglected aspirations and future directions of a broadcaster in flux." Presented at CEISR/CSL/CCCR Postgraduate Study Day: Diversity, Change and Imagination, University of Portsmouth, 16th May 2012.

Publications

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Number of items: 6.

2015

O'Neill, M. (2015) Reflecting your heart's desire: "Project Black Mirror" and faux-Kickstarting Siri's mind-reading routine. [Website]

O'Neill, M. (2015) Scott Pilgrim vs The World. In: Geraghty, L. (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood 2. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 202-204. ISBN 9781783200061

O'Neill, M. (2015) Superbad. In: Geraghty, L. (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood 2. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 183-185. ISBN 9781783200061

O'Neill, M. (2015) “We put the media in (anti)social media": Channel 4's struggles with unofficial archives, second-screen viewing and the increasingly visible agency of its youth audiences. In: Geraghty, L. (ed.) Popular Media Cultures: Fans, Audiences and Paratexts. Palgrave: London, pp. 17-38. ISBN 9781349468348 (doi:10.1057/9781137350374_2)

2013

O'Neill, M. (2013) Digital ash for a digital urn? Channel 4's struggle with multiplatforming digital public service. In: Gulyás, Á. and Hammer, F. (eds.) Public Service Media in the Digital Age: International Perspectives. Cambridge Scholars Press: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 37-51. ISBN 9781443853033

2012

O'Neill, M. (2012) Transnational Television in Europe: Reconfiguring Global Communications Networks by Jean K. Chalaby (2009). Transnational Cinemas, 2(2), pp. 229-231. (doi:10.1386/trac.2.2.227_4) [Book Review]

This list was generated on Wed May 22 08:15:35 2019 BST.
Number of items: 6.

Book Sections

O'Neill, M. (2015) Scott Pilgrim vs The World. In: Geraghty, L. (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood 2. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 202-204. ISBN 9781783200061

O'Neill, M. (2015) Superbad. In: Geraghty, L. (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood 2. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 183-185. ISBN 9781783200061

O'Neill, M. (2015) “We put the media in (anti)social media": Channel 4's struggles with unofficial archives, second-screen viewing and the increasingly visible agency of its youth audiences. In: Geraghty, L. (ed.) Popular Media Cultures: Fans, Audiences and Paratexts. Palgrave: London, pp. 17-38. ISBN 9781349468348 (doi:10.1057/9781137350374_2)

O'Neill, M. (2013) Digital ash for a digital urn? Channel 4's struggle with multiplatforming digital public service. In: Gulyás, Á. and Hammer, F. (eds.) Public Service Media in the Digital Age: International Perspectives. Cambridge Scholars Press: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 37-51. ISBN 9781443853033

Book Reviews

O'Neill, M. (2012) Transnational Television in Europe: Reconfiguring Global Communications Networks by Jean K. Chalaby (2009). Transnational Cinemas, 2(2), pp. 229-231. (doi:10.1386/trac.2.2.227_4) [Book Review]

Website

O'Neill, M. (2015) Reflecting your heart's desire: "Project Black Mirror" and faux-Kickstarting Siri's mind-reading routine. [Website]

This list was generated on Wed May 22 08:15:35 2019 BST.