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From networks to Netflix : a guide to changing channels

From networks to Netflix : a guide to changing channels

Material type
Personal Author
Johnson, Derek, 1979-.
Title Statement
From networks to Netflix : a guide to changing channels / edited by Derek Johnson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
x, 430 p. ; 26 cm.
9781138998490 (hardback) 9781138998513 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Television viewers --Effect of technological innovations on. Television broadcasting --Technological innovations --United States. Streaming technology (Telecommunications).
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction/Channel Listings

Channel 1 ? Pop: Television Guides and Recommendations in a Changing Channel Landscape

Derek Johnson

Broadcast Stations and Networks

Channel 2 ? ABC: Crisis, Risk, and the Logics of Change

Kristen J. Warner

Channel 3 ? The CW: Media Conglomerates in Partnership

Caryn Murphy

Channel 4 ? Rede Globo: Global Expansions and Cross-Media Extensions in the Digital Era

Courtney Brannon Donoghue

Channel 5 ? PBS: Crowdsourcing Culture Since 1969

Michele Hilmes

Channel 6 ? Alabama Public Television Network: Local Stations and Struggles Over Collective Identity

Allison Perlman

Channel 7 ? DR: License Fees, Platform Neutrality and Public Service Obligation

Hanne Bruun

Channel 8 ? MeTV: Old-Time TV’s Last Stand?

Derek Kompare

Cable and Satellite Services

Channel 9 ? WGN America: From Chicago to Cable’s Very Own

Chris Becker

Channel 10 ? ESPN: Live Sports, Documentary Prestige, and On-Demand Culture

Travis Vogan

Channel 11 ? NBC Sports Network: Building Elite Audiences from Broadcast Rights

Deborah L. Jaramillo

Channel 12 ? The Weather Channel: Genre, Trust, and Unscripted Television in an Age of Apps

Jon Kraszewski

Channel 13 - TLC: Food, Fatness, and Spectacular Relatability

Melissa Zimdars

Channel 14 ? MTV: #Prosocial Television

Laurie Ouellette

Channel 15 ? A&E: From Art to Vice in the Managed Channel Portfolio

David Craig and Derek Johnson

Channel 16 ? Spike TV: The Impossibility of Television for Men

Amanda D. Lotz

Channel 17 ? Comedy Central: Transgressive Femininities and Reaffirmed Masculinities Nick Marx

Channel 18 ? Nick Jr.: Co-Viewing and the Limits of Dayparts

Erin Copple Smith

Channel 19 ? Disney Junior: Imagining Industrial Intertextuality

Kyra Hunting and Jonathan Gray

Channel 20 ? Disney XD: Boyhood and the Racial Politics of Market Segmentation

Christopher Chavez

Channel 21 ? Freeform: Shaking off the Family Brand within a Conglomerate Family

Barbara Selznick

Channel 22 ? El Rey: Latino Indie Auteur as Channel Identity

Alisa Perren

Streaming Channels

Channel 23 ? Awesomeness TV: Talent Management and Merchandising on Multi-Channel Networks

Avi Santo

Channel 24 ? ISAtv: YouTube and the Branding of Asian America

Lori Kido Lopez

Channel 25 ? East India Comedy: Channeling the Public Sphere in Online Satire

Subin Paul

Channel 26 ? Twitter:  Channels in the Stream

James Bennett and Niki Strange

Channel 27 ? Twitch.TV: Tele-visualizing the Arcade

Matthew Thomas Payne

Channel 28 ? BBC Three: Youth Television and Platform Neutral Public Broadcasting

Faye Woods

Channel 29 ? Open TV: The Development Process

Aymar Jean Christian

Premium Television

Channel 30 ? Netflix: Streaming Channel Brands as Global Meaning Systems

Timothy Havens

Channel 31 ? Hulu: Geoblocking National TV in an On-demand Era

Evan Elkins

Channel 32 ? iQiyi: China’s Internet Tigers Take Television

Michael Curtin and Yongli Li

Channel 33 ? Amazon Prime Video: Where Information is Entertainment

Karen Petruska

Channel 34 ? Playboy TV: Contradictions, Confusion, and Post-Network Pornography

Peter Alilunas

Channel 35 ? Starz: Distinction, Value, and Fandom in Non-Linear Premium TV

Myles McNutt

Channel 36 ? WWE Network: The Disruption of Over-The-Top Distribution

Cory Barker and Andrew Zolides

Channel 37 ? CBS All Access: To Boldly Franchise Where No One Has Subscribed Before

Derek Johnson

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