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Student Television In America

Author : Tony Silvia
ISBN : 0813821606
Genre : Performing Arts
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This work compiles information about running and advising a student television station. The authors detail what it takes to operate a student station from start-up to programming, from business concerns to public relations. Using case studies, they examine current practices in student television.
Category: Performing Arts

Power And Television In Latin America

Author : Antonio V. Menéndez Alarcón
ISBN : 0275942759
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Examines the relationship between television network organization and programming, the industry's long-range effects on culture and development, and the extent to which TV contributes to a free marketplace of ideas. The focus is on the Dominican Republic, where the old dictatorial forms have permeated the newer, supposedly democratic media.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Public Access Television

Author : Laura R. Linder
ISBN : 0275964876
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 56.66 MB
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In this review of the background and development of public access television, the author offers the necessary information needed to understand the theoretical and philosophical underpinnings as well as the nuts and bolts of public access television in the United States.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

America As Seen On Tv

Author : Clara E. Rodríguez
ISBN : 9781479818525
Genre : Performing Arts
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The surprising effects of American TV on global viewers As a dominant cultural export, American television is often the first exposure to American ideals and the English language for many people throughout the world. Yet, American television is flawed, and, it represents race, class, and gender in ways that many find unfair and unrealistic. What happens, then, when people who grew up on American television decide to come to the United States? What do they expect to find, and what do they actually find? In America, As Seen on TV, Clara E. Rodríguez surveys international college students and foreign nationals working or living in the US to examine the impact of American television on their views of the US and on their expectations of life in the United States. She finds that many were surprised to learn that America is racially and economically diverse, and that it is not the easy-breezy, happy endings culture portrayed in the media, but a work culture. The author also surveys US-millennials about their consumption of US TV and finds that both groups share the sense that American TV does not accurately reflect racial/ethnic relations in the US as they have experienced them. However, the groups differ on how much they think US TV has influenced their views on sex, smoking and drinking. America, As Seen on TV explores the surprising effects of TV on global viewers and the realities they and US millennials actually experience in the US.
Category: Performing Arts

Historical Dictionary Of American Radio

Author : Frederic Leigh
ISBN : 0313296367
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A comprehensive resource of American radio history including over 100 authors and covering over 600 different topics, fully cross-referenced and indexed. Entries are arranged alphabetically and written by some of the leading scholars including Erik Barnouw, Louisa Benjamin, Ronald Caray, Kenneth Harwood, Michael Kitross, Larry Lichty, Christopher Sterling, Kyu Ho Youm, Robert Avery, Marvin Bensman, Michael D. Murray, and others of the discipline. Each entry also contains references for further study as well as internet source materials. An Introduction and Radio Chronology provide the historical framework for the topics. This dictionary will be of interest to students and scholars interested in radio, television, communications, communications history, and electronic media. It will also be of interest to professionals in the field. As a library source it will be a welcome addition to academic, professional, as well as public library collections.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

American Universities And Colleges

Author : Praeger
ISBN : 9780313366086
Genre : Education
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Provides extensive information on approximately 1,900 institutions of higher education for students, their parents, college advisors, educators, and librarians.
Category: Education

Teen Life In Latin America And The Caribbean

Author : Cynthia Tompkins
ISBN : 9780313062872
Genre : Social Science
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Teens in Latin America and the Caribbean generally face a difficult path to adulthood. Poverty and unemployment, violence, political instability, and emigration are frequently the norm in their native countries. Those from poorer families must often work as well as attend school, and opportunities for higher education and good jobs are limited. Wealthier teens, on the other hand, are sheltered from harshness and enjoy private schools, vacations abroad, and access to American consumer products. Yet family is important no matter what the class, and most of these teens share a love of parties, music, and current fashions. Latin America and the Caribbean are important regions to the United States, since large numbers of Americans can trace their roots there. Teen Life in Latin America and the Caribbean allows U.S. teens to understand the unique challenges and opportunities of teens in 15 Latin American or Caribbean countries. Photos complement the text.
Category: Social Science

Researching American Culture

Author : Conrad Phillip Kottak
ISBN : 0472080245
Genre : Social Science
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Applies anthropological techniques to the study of contemporary American behavior
Category: Social Science

Television

Author : Alexander B. Magoun
ISBN : 0313331286
Genre : Performing Arts
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Explores the history of television, discussing its initial conception, technological changes over the years, and the development of cable television and videotapes.
Category: Performing Arts