Nicholas Nicoli, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor at the University of Nicosia’s Department of Communications.
His research lies at the intersection of cultural intermediary practices and processes and digital transformations.
Communication technologies have huge disruptive, participatory and transformative potential that can provide societies with the proficiency to enrich the democratic process. Nicholas’ research explores the impact of communications technologies on both the industries and the practitioners using them.
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Digital transformations, Media and journalism innovation, Media and communication disruption, Public service broadcasting, Public service media, Public relations theory
Open to host STSMs
Nicoli, N., & Papadopoulou, E., (2017), ‘Building and Protecting Reputation Through Trip Advisor: A Case Study for the Cyprus Hotel Industry’ in EUROMED Journal of Business, Vol. 12, No., pp. 316 – 334. Available at: https://www.emeraldinsig… [Accessed May 12th, 2018].
Nicoli, N., and Komodromos M., (2013), The Principles of Public Relations, University of Nicosia Press, Nicosia, (Honorary Recognition from The Institute of Public Relations Cyprus), Available at: https://www.amazon.co.uk…, [Accessed May 12th, 2018]
Nicoli, N., (2013), “Social Television, Creative Collaboration and Television Production: The Case of the BBC’s ‘Virtual Revolution’”, in Media Management and Social Media Business: Value Chain and Business Models in Changing Media Markets, Mike Friedrichsen and Wolfgang Muhl-Benninghaus (Ed.), pp. 603-618, Springer, Berlin. Available at: https://link.springer.co… [Accessed May 12th, 2018]
Nicoli, N., (2010), ‘Creativity Management, Technology and the BBC’, in Technology for Creativity and Innovation: Tools, Techniques and Application, Mesquita Anabela (Ed.), pp. 285 – 301, IGI Global, Pennsylvania, Available at: https://www.igi-global.c… [Accessed May 12th, 2018]