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Studying Television, Analyzing "Reality"

Consuming Cultures, 01/21/14
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Julie Levin Russo

on 7 November 2016

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Transcript of Studying Television, Analyzing "Reality"

Studying Television,
Anaylyzing "reality"

Consuming Cultures • W week 3
TV
technology
Device
institution
Content
PASSTiME
metaphor
iNdustry
cathode ray tube
1936 Olympics
What is it?
President Johnson signs the
Public Broadcasting Act of 1967
"web television"
Videodrome (David Cronenberg, 1983)
Television Studies
Medium
?
media effects
social science research
TV as public problem
Communications
empirical research
professional training
Cultural Studies
Film + Media
from "The Fan Economy: Becoming Fan Focused"
by Bud Caddell, consultant
Critical Theory
Political Economy
production studies
critique of the industry
ethographic research
viewers, pleasures
textual/formal analysis
aesthetics, structure, ideology
philosphical ideas
broad cultural claims
free labor
blurred boundaries between work and play
antagonism
shifting heirarchies and dynamics of power
just-in-time
production
flexible factories, demand precedes supply
globalization
transnational networks of production and consumption
immaterial commodities
rapid trend cycles,
culture industries privileged
meaning making, social networking key to value
subjectivity
labor in the culture industries
2007
issues
Writers Strike
DVD residuals
new media residuals
unionization of reality TV writers
non-union labor
short production schedule
highly recyclable
contestants work for (nearly) free (vs. actors)
product integration + ads
unscripted television
student video project by Nina
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