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Television In America

Author : George A. Comstock
ISBN : 0803912447
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A concise, readable, and informative analysis of the influence of television on the habits and manners of the American television public. Bringing together three schools of thought -- empirical research, theory, and speculative extrapolation -- this work interprets the result of thirty years of research by psychologists, sociologists, political behaviouralists, and mass communication researchers. 'It is an intelligently written and timely text...Broad in scope, yet specific in much of its content, aimed at informing rather than reforming. Television in America can provide a much needed perspective to all educated Americans in assessing the impact of television.' -- Contemporary Education, Vol 55 No 4, 1984
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Public Radio And Television In America

Author : Ralph Engelman
ISBN : 9780803954076
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The origins and evolution of the major insititutions in the United States for noncommercial radio and television are explored in this unique volume. Ralph Engelman examines the politics behind the development of National Public Radio, Radio Pacifica and the Public Broadcasting Service. He traces the changing social forces that converged to launch and shape these institutions from the Second World War to the present day. The book challenges several commonly held beliefs - including that the mass media is simply a manipulative tool - and concludes that public broadcasting has an enormous potential as an emancipatory vehicle.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Hidden Screen Low Power Television In America

Author : Robert L. Hilliard
ISBN : 9781315501802
Genre : Political Science
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This text explores the industry of low-power television (LPTV) in America. It covers what LPTV is and how it got started, who the broadcasters are and their viewers, LPTV's significance in contemporary society and culture, and the challenges it faces in the late 1990s and the millennium.
Category: Political Science

Television In America

Author : Michael D. Murray
ISBN : 0813829690
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A collection of articles celebrating the pioneers of local stations who made a difference in the industry. Based on station resources, interviews, and city and state histories, the articles tell of the founding and evolution of progressive television stations.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Television In America

Author : George Comstock
ISBN : 0803933398
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This new, substantially revised edition of a classic text on television features updated statistics, issues and topics, including descriptions and analysis of emerging technologies. The author synthesizes three decades of empirical research, theory and speculative extrapolation to examine the political, social and economic forces shaping television. There is explicit historical coverage of the development of the three major programming genres - entertainment, news and sports - and of television as a whole in terms of distinctive major technological developments, competitive forces, audience behaviour, and programming.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Public Television In America

Author : Eli M. Noam
ISBN : 3892043884
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book examines the challenges public television faces today, including technological advcances, increased scrutiny, and long-term funding.
Category: Performing Arts

The Origins Of Television News In America

Author : Mike Conway
ISBN : 1433106027
Genre : History
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This is the first in-depth look at the development of the television newscast, the most popular source of news for over forty-five years. During the 1940s, most journalists ignored or dismissed television, leaving the challenge to a small group of people working above New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Without the pressures of ratings, sponsors, company oversight, or many viewers, the group refused to recreate newspapers, radio, or newsreels on the new medium. They experimented, argued, tested, and eventually settled on a format to exploit television’s strengths. This book documents that process, challenging common myths – including the importance of a popular anchor, and television’s inability to communicate non-visual stories – and crediting those whose work was critical in the formation of television as a news format, and illustrating the pressures and professional roadblocks facing those who dare question journalistic traditions of any era.
Category: History

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.
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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

Television In America

Author : Thomas G. Aylesworth
ISBN : 0671081950
Genre : Performing Arts
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In 1946, after World War ll, television began to burst up on the American scence with a speed unforeseen even by the most optimistic leaders of the industry.
Category: Performing Arts