The Historian, Television and Television History: A Collection

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Graham Roberts, Philip M. Taylor, Nicholas Pronay
Indiana University Press, 2001 - Art - 181 pages
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The collected essays in this book arose out of the groundbreaking conference of the International Association of Media and History, which brought together key academics and program makers from around the world involved in history and television, including Nicholas Pronay, Pierre Sorlin, and Taylor Dowing. These essays offer a dialogue between academics and media practitioners that covers archival access, analyses of how different TV systems have represented themselves, case studies, and the future of television.
Philip M. Taylor is a professor of international communications and the director of the Institute of Communications at the University of Leeds. Graham Roberts is a lecturer in communications arts at the University of Leeds.

  

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Contents

David E Morrison
9
Pierre Sorlin
25
Luisa Cicognetti
33
Andre Lange
39
Adrian Wood
45
Gerda Jansen Hendricks
55
Ian Bremner
63
Sheri Chinen Beisen
77
NicholasJ Cull
95
Stephen Badsey
113
James Chapman
127
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Philip M. Taylor is a professor of international communications and the director of the Institute of Communications at the University of Leeds. Graham Roberts is a lecturer in communications arts at the University of Leeds.

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