By Sieglinde Lemke,Wibke Schniedermann
By Sieglinde Lemke,Wibke Schniedermann
By Frederick V. Romano
By Klaus Hinrichsen
Dieses Fanbuch zu den TV-Staffeln 1-9 enthält neben allgemeinen Informationen zur Serie Daten und Kurzbeschreibungen aller Episoden sowie Beschreibungen der CSI: big apple - Charaktere.
By Sara Gwenllian-Jones,Roberta E. Pearson
In Cult tv major students learn such indicates because the X-Files; The Avengers; health care professional Who, Babylon 5; big name Trek; Xena, Warrior Princess; and Buffy the Vampire Slayer to figure out the defining features of cult tv and map the contours of this phenomenon in the greater scope of well known culture.
Contributors: Karen Backstein; David A. Black, Seton corridor U; Mary Hammond, Open U; Nathan Hunt, U of Nottingham; Mark Jancovich; Petra Kuppers, Bryant university; Philippe Le Guern, U of Angers, France; Alan McKee; Toby Miller, big apple U; Jeffrey Sconce, Northwestern U; Eva Vieth
Sara Gwenllian-Jones is a lecturer in tv and electronic media at Cardiff college and co-editor of Intensities: The magazine of Cult Media.
Roberta E. Pearson is a reader in media and cultural stories at Cardiff college. She is the writer of the impending booklet Small monitor, significant Universe: superstar Trek and Television.
By Valerie Estelle Frankel
By Michele Mattelart,Armand Mattelart
In growing and constructing the recent style of the televised novela, a one-hour lengthy dramatic serial, the Brazilian tv grew, in lower than 15 years, from a trifling participant within the overseas industry to at least one of the most important, such a lot influential on the planet. within the first ebook in English to discover the phenomenon of the telenovela Michele and Armand Mattelart problem authorised perspectives of the realm dominance of usa tv and probe the socioeconomic effect of this new style on a 3rd international nation. utilizing the telenovela and its impression at the medium world-wide, the authors rfile the real alterations within the overseas movement of tv courses and within the means tv is perceived theoretically as a topic of study. The booklet strains the improvement of the novela in a rustic that, within the early Nineteen Sixties, didn't have any national media and later--from 1964 to the 1970s--was governed via an army dictatorship. It extra analyzes the formation of the style and its mode of construction, putting the novela's visual appeal and improvement in its cultural, institutional, and fiscal context. The authors examine the ordinary contradictory relation among the genre's creators and developers--generally left wing intellectuals--and the manipulations required to build a tv in a hugely aggressive marketplace.
The publication starts off with an outline of the industrial, institutional, and cultural context which produced the style. It explores the realm of cleaning soap operas, the advance of a countrywide tv undefined, and the beginnings of an city customer society in Brazil. The authors contain a precious and precise learn of the mode of construction of the telenovela, putting either the shape and content material of the style of their particular fiscal and institutional context. The e-book is going directly to study the connection among the style and its wider social and cultural surroundings, explaining its titanic acceptance and the social functionality it fulfills. ultimately, the authors hyperlink the examine of Brazilian tv to wider debates in media and cultural studies.
By Jeremy G. Butler
For approximately 20 years, Television: severe equipment and Applications has served because the most desirable advisor to tv reports. Designed for the tv reports path in verbal exchange and media stories curricula, Television explains extensive how tv courses and advertisements are made and the way they functionality as manufacturers of that means. writer Jeremy G. Butler indicates the ways that digital camera variety, lights, set layout, enhancing, and sound mix to provide meanings that audience remove from their tv event. He provides scholars with a complete toolbox of implements to disassemble tv and browse among the strains, instructing them to include serious pondering into their very own tv viewing. The fourth variation builds upon the pedagogy of past variations to most sensible accommodate present modes of figuring out and educating television.
Highlights of the fourth version include:
With its unique method of studying tv, Television is acceptable for classes in tv stories, media feedback, and normal severe reports.
By Amanda Lotz
Daytime cleaning soap operas. night information. Late-night speak indicates. tv has lengthy been outlined by means of its day-by-day agenda, and the viewing behavior that strengthen round it. applied sciences like DVRs, iPods, and on-line video have freed audiences from inflexible time constraints—we now not need to stay up for a application to be "on" to observe it—but scheduling nonetheless performs an important function within the construction of television.
Prime-time sequence programming among 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. has ruled most crucial dialogue approximately tv for the reason that its beginnings, yet Beyond best Time brings jointly best tv students to discover how shifts in television’s business practices and new media convergence have affected the opposite eighty% of the viewing day. The members discover a large diversity of non-prime-time varieties together with speak indicates, cleaning soap operas, information, syndication, and children’s courses, non-series varieties reminiscent of activities and made-for-television video clips, in addition to entities comparable to neighborhood associate stations and public television.
Importantly, all of those kinds depend on norms of construction, financing, and viewer behavior that distinguish them from the practices universal between prime-time sequence and infrequently from one another. all the chapters examines how the creation practices and textual techniques of a specific programming shape have shifted based on sweeping adjustments, jointly telling the tale of a medium in transition in the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Contributors: Sarah Banet-Weiser, Victoria E. Johnson, Jeffrey P. Jones, Derek Kompare, Elana Levine, Amanda D. Lotz, Jonathan Nichols-Pethick, Laurie Ouellette, Erin Copple Smith
By Jonathan Day