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by John Ellis

eBook TV FAQ: Uncommon Answers to Common Questions about TV download ISBN: 1845115651
Author: John Ellis
Publisher: I.B.Tauris; 1st edition (February 15, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1497 kb
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Uncommon answers to common questions about TV'Is TV dumbing us down?', 'what is a precinct drama?', 'why does all TV look the same?', 'has TV changed politics?',.

Uncommon answers to common questions about TV'Is TV dumbing us down?', 'what is a precinct drama?', 'why does all TV look the same?', 'has TV changed politics?',.

Viewers and students of TV have a healthy curiosity about the medium and ask all sorts of general questions about it, but you have to look hard to find the answers.

has been added to your Basket. John Ellis is Professor of Media Arts at Royal Holloway University of London, and for 17 years ran the independent TV production company Large Door Productions

has been added to your Basket. John Ellis is Professor of Media Arts at Royal Holloway University of London, and for 17 years ran the independent TV production company Large Door Productions. He is the author of 'Visible Fictions' (Routledge 1982) and 'Seeing Things' (IB Tauris 2000)".

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Have you ever seen a little child worry about what people will think of him? But as we grow, society teaches us to evaluate ourselves by the ideas and opinions of others - parents, teachers, friends, even strangers.

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Uncommon answers to common questions about TV'Is TV dumbing us down?', 'what is a precinct drama?', 'why does all TV look the same?', 'has TV changed politics?', 'who regulates TV', 'is TV finished?' Viewers and students of TV have a healthy curiosity about the medium and ask all sorts of general questions about it, but you have to look hard to find the answers. 'TV FAQs' does what it says on the cover: it answers just about everything you've always wanted to know about Television, in witty and highly informative form and is written by a leading TV writer, thinker, educator and long-term producer.Starting with commonly asked questions - factual, technical, ethical, content-based, controversial, plain cheeky - 'TV FAQ' crisply answers them and outlines comprehensive and often novel arguments replying to the issues raised and the concerns that motivate them. Each entry contains examples, ranging from a detailed deconstruction of an episode of 'NYPD Blue', to the way that audience statistics are produced, and how television gains (and sometimes forfeits) our trust. Answers can be read down, across - with links between entries - or dipped into as required.'TV FAQ' will make you a fully informed and knowledgable, entertained and argumentative TV expert.