The cost of citizenship in the digital age: on being informed and the commodification of the public sphere

Peter Golding

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Abstract

Relocating Television offers readers an insight into studying television alongside the internet, participatory media and other technocultural phenomena such as DVDs, user-generated content and everyday digital media production. It also focuses on more specific programmes and phenomena, including The Wire, MSN, amateur footage in TV news, Bollywoodization of TV news, YouTube, fan sites tied to e.g. Grey's Anatomy and X Factor. Relocating Television will be highly beneficial to both students and academics across a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses including media, communication and cultural studies, and television and film studies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRelocating Television: Television in the Digital Context
EditorsJostein Gripsrud, David Morley
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Pages207-223
Number of pages304
ISBN (Print)978-0415564526
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jun 2010
EventRelocating television: television in the digital context - Université de Paris, Paris
Duration: 17 Jun 2010 → …

Publication series

NameComedia
PublisherRoutledge

Conference

ConferenceRelocating television: television in the digital context
Period17/06/10 → …

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