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Television on demand : curatorial culture and the transformation of TV

Television on demand : curatorial culture and the transformation of TV

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Robinson, MJ (Mary Jean), 1967-.
Title Statement
Television on demand : curatorial culture and the transformation of TV / MJ Robinson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Bloomsbury Academic,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
xi, 246 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781441193988 (hardback) 9781441148094 (paperback)
요약
"The rise of a curatorial culture where viewers create their own entertainment packages and select from a buffet of viewing options and venues has caused a seismic shift for the traditional television industry. Television on Demand examines how we have reached this present moment, and considers the viable future of this crucial culture industry. Today's viewers their own viewing schedules, wait to watch entire seasons in marathon viewing sessions and stream shows to their mobile devices. Since the beginning of broadcasting, radio and television producers have pushed their shows to audiences in controlled environments that end in a discrete and quantifiable site to be transformed into advertising rates. While audiences clamor for more story-driven and scripted entertainment, their new viewing habits undermine the dominant economic structures that fund quality episodic series. This leads to an empowered audience that realizes its means of control of how it consumes media, as well as a new way of looking at the industry we have traditionally and currently call 'television.' "--
Content Notes
Machine generated contents note: -- Chapter 1: Channeling, Curatorial Culture, and the Transformation of Television -- Chapter 2: The Multichannel Environment, Spectrum Sale, and the Digital Conversion -- Chapter 3: Audiences without Pity -- Chapter 4: Nielsen and Its Discontents -- Chapter 5: The Death of the Daypart, Genre Hybridity, and Programming for an On-Demand World -- Chapter 6: Niche vs. Boutique at the Mall of TV -- Chapter 7: Channeling the Future -- Bibliography -- Index.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Television broadcasting --United States. Television broadcasting --Technological innovations --United States. Television viewers --United States --Attitudes. Television viewers --Social aspects --United States.
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245 1 0 ▼a Television on demand : ▼b curatorial culture and the transformation of TV / ▼c MJ Robinson.
260 ▼a New York : ▼b Bloomsbury Academic, ▼c c2017.
300 ▼a xi, 246 p. ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 8 ▼a Machine generated contents note: -- Chapter 1: Channeling, Curatorial Culture, and the Transformation of Television -- Chapter 2: The Multichannel Environment, Spectrum Sale, and the Digital Conversion -- Chapter 3: Audiences without Pity -- Chapter 4: Nielsen and Its Discontents -- Chapter 5: The Death of the Daypart, Genre Hybridity, and Programming for an On-Demand World -- Chapter 6: Niche vs. Boutique at the Mall of TV -- Chapter 7: Channeling the Future -- Bibliography -- Index.
520 ▼a "The rise of a curatorial culture where viewers create their own entertainment packages and select from a buffet of viewing options and venues has caused a seismic shift for the traditional television industry. Television on Demand examines how we have reached this present moment, and considers the viable future of this crucial culture industry. Today's viewers their own viewing schedules, wait to watch entire seasons in marathon viewing sessions and stream shows to their mobile devices. Since the beginning of broadcasting, radio and television producers have pushed their shows to audiences in controlled environments that end in a discrete and quantifiable site to be transformed into advertising rates. While audiences clamor for more story-driven and scripted entertainment, their new viewing habits undermine the dominant economic structures that fund quality episodic series. This leads to an empowered audience that realizes its means of control of how it consumes media, as well as a new way of looking at the industry we have traditionally and currently call 'television.' "-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
520 ▼a "Interrogates the challenges facing the producers and distributors of America's episodic television in a world that increasingly encourages and enables customized, on demand viewing"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
650 0 ▼a Television broadcasting ▼z United States.
650 0 ▼a Television broadcasting ▼x Technological innovations ▼z United States.
650 0 ▼a Television viewers ▼z United States ▼x Attitudes.
650 0 ▼a Television viewers ▼x Social aspects ▼z United States.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Chapter 1	Channeling, Curatorial Culture, and the Transformation of Television	
Chapter 2	The Multichannel Environment, Spectrum Sale, and the Digital Conversion	
Chapter 3	Audiences without Pity	
Chapter 4	Nielsen and Its Discontents	
Chapter 5	The Death of the Daypart, Genre Hybridity, and Programming for an On-Demand World	
Chapter 6	Niche vs. Boutique at the Mall of TV	
Chapter 7	Channeling the Future

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