03427nam 2200733 a 450 991078485120332120161219111610.01-4462-4034-70-7619-6884-91-281-25105-497866112510551-84787-680-3(CKB)1000000000404609(EBL)334560(OCoLC)437202963(SSID)ssj0000256878(PQKBManifestationID)12076399(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000256878(PQKBWorkID)10227377(PQKB)10448480(SSID)ssj0000311188(PQKBManifestationID)12081241(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000311188(PQKBWorkID)10328430(PQKB)11790631(MiAaPQ)EBC334560(OCoLC)290537171(StDuBDS)EDZ0000064086(Au-PeEL)EBL334560(CaPaEBR)ebr10218300(CaONFJC)MIL125105(OCoLC)45558769(FINmELB)ELB141973(EXLCZ)99100000000040460920120327d2000 fy 0engur|||||||||||txtccrTelevision across Europe[electronic resource] /edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter DahlgrenLondon SAGE20001 online resource (xiv, 273 p.) ill., portsA textbook with 13 chapters by scholars writing from a Western European perspective.1-4462-2034-6 0-7619-6885-7 Includes bibliographical references (p. [253]-268) and index.Cover; Contents; Part I: Television Environments: Traditions and Transitions; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Status of TV Broadcasting in Europe; Chapter 2: Key Trends in European Television; Chapter 3: Digital Futures: European Television in the Age of Convergence; Part II: Television Trends: Organization and Representation; Introduction; Chapter 4: Programming and Channel Competition in European Television; Chapter 5: Popular Drama: Travelling Templates and National Fictions; Chapter 6: Programme Making Across Borders: The Eurosud News Magazine; Chapter 7: Television AudiencesPart III: Television Genres: Borders and FlowsIntroduction; Chapter 8: Music Television: MTV-Europe; Chapter 9: Arts Television: Questions of Culture; Chapter 10: Breakfast Television: Infotainers at Daybreak; Chapter 11: Talk Shows: Democratic Debates and Tabloid Tales; Chapter 12: Television Current Affairs: The Case of Northern Ireland; Chapter 13: Television News: The Case of the French Road Blockades; References; Index'Television across Europe' analyzes the factors which have shaped the development of television in the post-war period in Western Europe, and forecasts future issues.Television broadcastingEuropeTelevision broadcastingSocial aspectsEuropeTelevision broadcastingTelevision broadcastingSocial aspects384.55094Wieten Jan1562745Murdock Graham1562746Dahlgren Peter1946-144019StDuBDSStDuBDSBOOK9910784851203321Television across Europe3830615UNINA