Local Stories, Global Audiences: Transformation of Iranian Narratives in a Digital Age

Sanaz Fotouhi


This article examines the production of digital media content from Iran, especially post-2009 elections, and highlights how it has offered a space where local narratives, particularly those that could not be told due to local restrictions and censorships, are reaching digital global audiences. It examines how these previously unheard voices have become contested spaces for shifting and creating new interests in stories that have the power to change popular beliefs about Iran and Iranian society.

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