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Global television formats : understanding television across borders

Global television formats : understanding television across borders (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Oren, Tasha G. Shahaf, Sharon.
Title Statement
Global television formats : understanding television across borders / edited by Tasha Oren and Sharon Shahaf.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Routledge,   c2012.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 392 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780415965446 (hardback : alk. paper) 9780415965453 (pbk. : alk. paper) 9780203928653 (e-book)
Content Notes
Format theories and global television -- Transnational formats : historical perspectives -- Case study : The idol franchise -- Trans-formats : local articulations and the politics of place and nation.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Television program genres. Television programs -- Social aspects. Television and globalization.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction: Television Formats--A Global Framework for TV Studies  Tasha Oren and Sharon Shahaf  I. Format Theories and Global Television  1. More than Copycat Television: Format Adaptation as Performance  Vinicius Navarro  2. Calling Out Around the World: The Global Appeal of Reality Dance Formats  Dana Heller  3. Television Formats and Contemporary Sports  Tony Schiarto  4. A Political Economy of Formatted Pleasure  Eddie Brennan  5. Interpreting Cubanness, Americanness, and the Sitcom: WPBT-PBS's Que Pasa USA?  Yeidy M. Rivero  II. Transnational Formats: Historical Perspectives  6. From Discrete Adaptations to Hard Copies: The Rise of Formats in European Television Jerome Bourdon  7. "National Mike": Global Host and Global Formats in Early Italian Television Chiara Ferrari 8. Telenovelas in Brazil: From Traveling Scripts to a Genre and Proto-Format both National and Transnational  Joseph Straubhaar 9. Reversal of Fortune? Hollywood Faces New Competition in Global Media Trade  Paul Torre  III. Case Study: The Idol Franchise  10. Idol Worship: Ethnicity and Difference in Global Television  Biswarup Sen  11. NZ Idol: Nation Building through Format Adaptation  Joost De Bruin  12. Global Television Formats in Africa--Localizing Idols Martin Nkosi Ndlela  13. We Are the World: American Idol's Global Self-Posturing Erica Jean Bochanty-Aguero  IV. Trans-Formats: Local Articulations and the Politics of Place and Nation  14. The Social and Political Dimensions of Global Television Formats: Reality Television in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia  Marwin M. Kraidy  15. A Revolution in Television and a Great Leap Forward for Innovation? China in the Global Television Format Business Michael Keane  16. Global Television Formats and the Political Economy of Cultural Adaptation: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in India  Lauhona Ganguly   17. Global Franchising, Gender, and Genre: The Case of Domestic Reality Television  Sharon Sharp  18. Reiterational Texts and Global Imagination: Television Strikes Back  Tasha Oren


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