Silvia Leonzi is Associate Professor at the Department of Communication and Social Research at Sapienza University of Rome, where she is a member of the scientific board of the Doctorate Course in Sciences of Communication. Her teaching and research topics deal with the historical and social constructions of memory, the ability of audiovisual media to depict Italian society, the communication of health, and the production and reproduction of narrative models through media products. She has published various volumes and book chapters (in Italian) on these topics.Giovanni Ciofalo is Assistant Professor in Sociology of Cultural and Communicative Processes at the Department of Communication and Social Research at Sapienza University of Rome. He teaches Cultural and Communicative Processes, as well as Social Media Management, and his scientific interests concern communication, cultural consumption, media and cultural industry research. He served as Visiting Scholar at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania in 2012, and at Gonzaga University, in Spokane in 2014. Antonio Di Stefano is Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Communication and Social Research at Sapienza University of Rome. He published a volume (in Italian) on Bourdieu’s micro-theory of power (Rubbettino Editore, 2013), while another book on the social foundations of cultural taste is forthcoming. More generally, he is particularly interested in studying the potential relationship between Bourdieu’s theoretical proposal and the functioning of the social media environment.