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Divergent Paths US: commercial, private broadcasting UK: public (BBC, 1927)
US Dominance As in film, US TV finds global audience post- WWII McLuhan’s “global village” (1960s)
“Media event” Seen by estimated 530 million people (1969)
Compare to M*A*S*H* finale (1983) w/ 125 million viewers
The Dallas Study Aired from 1978-1991 Elihu Katz and Tamar Liebes, The Export of Meaning (1990) Coding and decoding
American Influence amid Global Diversity National TV cultures – Telenovelas (similar to soap operas) – British sitcoms and dramas
A New Public Sphere? Proliferation of private/satellite networks Vs. traditional state control – Aaj and Geo in Pakistan – Al Jazeera in Qatar
+ Introduction to Communications Media Ch 7 Radio.
History of Television.
Representation In TV Drama Learning Objective: Build notes on characterisation and representation.
Television and Radio in the UK University Foundation course Life in Britain University Foundation course Life in Britain.
Global News Media Corporations
OCR Level 2 Cambridge Technicals in Media
Entertainment-Education A Critical Assessment of the History and Development Thomas Tufte & Rafael Obregon Ørecomm Global Launch Panel PCR Section, IAMCR.
Commercial TV: Information for profit Media English 2 Fall 2011 Ryukyu Daigaku.
Idents By: Tito Akin-Aina. What is idents Idents are little animated video that are used to present or identify themselves before a program. Popular Television.
Global Media (Straubhaar & LaRose, 2006). Globalization “Globalization of media is probably most pervasive at the level of media industry models – ways.
Time Shifted Viewing Presentation to MMS London, Wednesday 20 th September 2006 Tony Wearn, Research Director, BARB.
Television Genres History. In the Beginning In the 30’s, radio programming consisted of soap operas, minstrel shows, news, and commentary and sporting.
Stereotypes- conform or subvert? Are all stereotypes negative? e.g: ‘Black boys are athletic’. Can you think of any others? Are any of the media examples.
BMW Critique Team Batool Awwad Doron Rosenberg Ekaterina Moustafina Linn Mona Lisa Moore Shahrzad Fereiduni Wiem Azaiez.
+ Ways of interpreting film texts. + How do viewers discern meaning in film texts? Are we “meaning detectives”- with our main job to look for the meanings.
Broadcast Television Whither thou goest?. Broadcast TV Penetration 2 nd most prevalent medium globally Historical roots in broadcast radio Virtually anywhere.
The future of broadcasting an example of a sector study.
Global transport =- air, sea & land now cheaper, more efficient, technological improvements and faster. Wealth increase therefore more mobile population.
+ The History of Multi Camera Production. + Single Camera Production ‘‘A single camera—either motion picture camera or professional video camera – is.
1 Reshaping Public Broadcasting: the New Zealand experience IPPR Seminar 2004 Paul Norris Head, NZ Broadcasting School, CPIT
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