Javier Lozano Delmar
Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Education at Loyola-Andalucía University in Spain.
He holds a Ph.D. in Communication Studies and he teaches courses on Information and Communication Technologies and Audiovisual Narrative.
His research work focuses mainly on Television Studies, analyzing participative audiences, fandom generated content and television promoting strategies.
He is currently working on a new project about Happiness and Media, analyzing how participative audiences and the consumption of TV programs and films can be seen from the perspective of Positive Communication.
In 2013, he has edited a book about Game of Thrones TV Show (Reyes, espadas cuervos y dragones. Estudio del fenómeno televisivo Juego de Tronos), which analizes the series from different communication perspectives.
Recently, he has also participated in a collective book about Fringe, Breaking Bad and in a book which analyzes serial killer characters in contemporary tv dramas: Asesinos en serie(s).