Verónica Israel has won a mention in the XXXII CAC Awards

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Verónica Israel Turim, member of the Blanquerna Observatory on Media, Religion and Culture, has won a mention at the XXXII CAC Awards on research on audiovisual communication thanks to her investigation titled “Big data and algorithmic recommendations in VOD: the case of Netflix: A Methodological Proposal to Study User Perception and Satisfaction”. Israel’s research looks at the transformations in the audiovisual industry since the advent of video-on-demand (VOD) streaming platforms, with Netflix as a case study. The author investigates the implications and characteristics of algorithmic recommendations and the use of big data to determine their impact on the cultural sector and the perception of users.

Within the framework of the powers conferred on it, the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia addresses researchers in any field and discipline, with the aim of rewarding those research projects on audiovisual communication that stand out, especially for their methodological rigor as well as for the contributions that represent a novelty in the field of audiovisual communication. To this end, the Catalan Audiovisual Council annually announces the CAC Awards on research on audiovisual communication.

For more information on the awards, click here.