European Television Discourse in Transition
Multilingual Matters, 1999 - Performing Arts - 84 pages
As we enter the age of digital television with its potential offering of five hundred channels, this volume addresses the implications of the rapidly changing television environment: for societies, for groups, for identities, for communication, for our sense of time, space, place, for education, for language, for genres, for our whole way of life.
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Home and Away Television Discourse in Transition
Legislators and Interpreters in the New Television
age of broadcasting Andrew Tolson argue argument Aston University audience become Britain British changes communication constructed context conventions Coronation Street cultural Darek Galasinski deictic deixis destabilisation digital television dislocation effects EastEnders episodes Euronews Europe European Union Eurosport example experience fact familiar Farid Aitsiselmi fictional film fragmentation genres Helen Kelly-Holmes interesting juxtapositions Kay Richardson kind language lives meaning media environment Meinhof and Kay Meinhof and Richardson mental space multi-channel environment multi-channel television narrative Natalie Fenton national identity newsworthiness number of channels particular perhaps perspective phenomenological political problem produce programmes re-run reality repeats Richardson and Meinhof role routine satellite and cable satellite television Scannell Scannell's schedules second age sense simply soap operas social spatial structure technological television discourse television viewing temporal terrestrial channels terrestrial television texts third age truth claims Ulrike Hanna Meinhof Ulrike Meinhof viewers watching Worlds in Common