Teleliteracy: taking television seriously

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Syracuse University Press, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 315 pages
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Arguing for respect and serious attention to be given to the medium of television, this manifesto takes on the conventional wisdom about TV, challenging allegations that it discourages literacy and encourages violence. David Bianculli seeks to define, explore and embrace the mass medium, heralding television as an ideal forum for art, information and education.

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So I read this because I hear Bianculli's stuff on NPR, and it seemed like the sort of book I should read. However, I kept checking the publication date (2000). Forgive me if I'm wrong, but in 2000 ... Read full review

Contents

A MEDIA PERSPECTIVE
1
Television Days
3
Teleliteracy Pretest
7
Copyright

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On Media Violence
W. James Potter
Limited preview - 1999
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About the author (1992)

-->David Bianculli has been a television critic for more than thirty years, currently on NPR's -->Fresh Air" with Terry Gross and at www.tvworthwatching.com. He is also the author of two books on television and its impact: -->Teleliteracy: Taking Television Seriously" and -->Dictionary of Teleliteracy: Television's 500 Biggest Hits, Misses, and Events".-->