Worlds in common? : television discourse in a changing Europe /

"Television discourse has undergone significant changes at the end of the twentieth century. Technological, economic and political upheavals in the European media have had a direct effect on programme form and meaning. Worlds in Common? is an innovative examination of these newly emerging forms...

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Main Author: Richardson, Kay, 1955-
Other Authors: Meinhof, Ulrike Hanna.
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, 1999.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I semiotics of time in the third age of broadcasting
  • 1. Regularity and change in 24-hour news
  • 2. Timeliness: textual form and the beef crisis story
  • 3. Liveness as synchronicity and liveness as aesthetic
  • pt. II semiotics of space in the third age of broadcasting
  • 4. Constructing Europe
  • 5. Narrowcasting
  • 6. Spatial relations and sociability
  • pt. III Trash and quality
  • 7. Bad television?
  • 8. European high culture
  • arts discourse in the new regime
  • Worlds in common? Conclusions.