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Values and choices in television discourse : a view from both sides of the screen

Author: Roberta Piazza; Louann Haarman; Anne Caborn
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
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The high-pressured, fast-paced environment of television production leaves little time for producers to reflect on how the potentialities of texts and images will be interpreted outside of the  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roberta Piazza; Louann Haarman; Anne Caborn
ISBN: 9781137478467 1137478462
OCLC Number: 907658378
Description: xvi, 255 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: PART I Introduction to Part I - The Analysis of the Television Product; Roberta Piazza and Louann Haarman1. Promotional Videos: What Do They Tell Us About the Value of News?; Monika Bednarek and Helen Caple2. Evaluation as Positioning in English Language World News Channels; Alison Duguid3. Overweight and Obesity in Television News; Catriona Bonfiglioli4. Camera Angles in Television News: Designed to Communicate?; Scott Koga-Browes5. The Representation of Travellers in Television Documentaries: Dispelling Stigma While Dealing with Infotainment Demands; Roberta Piazza 6. Television, Collective Memory and the Commemoration Cure; Nuria Lorenzo-Dus7. MasterChef: Cooking Competition across Cultures; Louann Haarman PART IIIntroduction to Part II - What''s Behind the Screen?; Hilary Bruffell and Anne Caborn8. What Makes the News Newsworthy: Position and Priority as Considerations in the Channel 4 News Room: Jon Snow, C49. News as Political Commitment and Observations on Obesity; Cathy Newman, C410. How Audiences Shape News Angles; Luke Chilton, News Desk, This Morning11. It''s Not a Disaster if it Doesn''t Make the News - The Critical Nature of News Positioning; Clive Jones, DEC 12. Commercial Imperatives and their Impact on the Values of the Contemporary Documentary and Reality Formats;Peter Hamilton, documentary consultant13. Documentary Making - A Commercial and Public Broadcaster Perspective;Olivia Lichtenstein, documentary maker14. Competition and Cookery in a Global Cultural Format;Karen Ross and Doug Wood of Shine TV15. The Morals of the Money Shot - The Journalistic and Personal Perspective on Creating a Porn Documentary for Channel 4; Martin Daubney, journalist16. Authenticity in Documentary Making;Anya Sitaram, Rockhopper TV17. Documentary and Reality TV as Modern Fairytales - An Odyssey in Character, Content and Commissioning;Jan Euden and Mick Sawyer, Reeljem Productions18. The Interplay between Conflict and Character in Drama and its Possible Influences on the Construction of Reality Programming; Harry Duffin, author and scriptwriter
Responsibility: edited by Roberta Piazza, Louann Haarman, Anne Caborn.


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