Special Session:

The 15 Sec LiveStreaming Storm and Tik Tok Crisis


With the development of science and technology, human beings promote technology and technology promotes life, now we have entered an era of the network. Within the rise of the network, people can find all kinds of novel work on the Internet, so the live streaming industry was born.


The impact of live streaming is amazing, and its rapid development confirms the high-level requirements of emerging media in the era of the network. The live streaming absorbs and continues the advantages of the Internet, and uses the video method to conduct live broadcasts.  In addition,  Tik Tok, Musically and all such applications have gained immense popularity over a very short period of time. Thus they have a great impact on the lives of the consumers and even influence the way people absorb information, the way people shop and even the form of entertainment.


Tik Tok and other applications could be the evil things in our society since while Tik Tok changing the world and receiving more and more users, many other social issues come out and cause the problem, such as social isolation, wastage of time and energy, nudity, source of harassment and blackmailing, narcissism and self-inflicting pain, etc.



So this year, APSSC has launched a brand new special session: The 15 seconds: Live Streaming Storm and Tik Tok Crisis. In this special session, the scholars from different areas and all over the world can discuss and exchange their thoughts and experience about these possible reasons for the rise of live streaming.  For example, the composition, characteristics, and characteristics of its audience are closely related to daily life. In this area, there are many problems and issues that deserve our attention and research.


Keywords: short film, online short film, action research, film narratology, user behavior, factor analysis, self-identity, psychological cognition, development strategy



Tik Tok's Profile

TikTok is an application for making and sharing short videos. Tik Tok provides a platform where users are strongly encouraged to engage with  other users, through “response” videos or using “duets” — users can duplicate videos and add  themselves alongside.

TikTok is more like a machine than a man. Tik Tok has stepped over the midpoint

between the  familiar self-directed feed and an experience-based first on algorithmic observation and inference.  The most obvious clue is right there when you open the app the first thing you see isn’t a feed of  your friends, but a page called “For You.” It’s an algorithmic feed based on videos you’ve interacted  with, or even just watched. TikTok starts making assumptions the second you’ve opened the app  before you’ve given it anything to work with. Users looking for something to post about are  immediately recruited into group challenges, or hashtags, or shown popular songs. The bar is low.  The stakes are low. Large audiences feel within reach, and smaller ones are easy to find, even if  you’re just messing around.



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Important Dates

Submission Deadline

September 24, 2019

October 13, 2019

Notification of Acceptance

from September 17, 2019

Within 2 Weeks after Submission

Special Session

Submission Deadline

September 25, 2019

October 13, 2019

Registration Deadline

October 13, 2019

October 31, 2019

Conference Date
December 17-19, 2019



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