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Monopoly Television Mtv's Quest To Control The Music

Author: Jack Banks
Publisher: Boulder Taylor and Francis 2018
Series: Critical Studies in Communication and in the Cultural Industries
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- 1 Constructing Video Dreams: Music Video in a Commercial Culture -- Quantitative Empirical Studies -- Cultural Studies -- Limitations of Textual Analysis -- The Political Economy of Communications -- The Study of Corporate Activity -- Relationship Between Economic Function and Ideological Content of Commoditized Culture -- Trends in
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Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Banks, Jack.
Monopoly Television : Mtv's Quest To Control The Music.
Boulder : Taylor and Francis, ©2018
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Banks
ISBN: 9780429967399 042996739X 9780813318202 0813318203
OCLC Number: 1024297468
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (304 Seiten)
Series Title: Critical Studies in Communication and in the Cultural Industries

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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- 1 Constructing Video Dreams: Music Video in a Commercial Culture -- Quantitative Empirical Studies -- Cultural Studies -- Limitations of Textual Analysis -- The Political Economy of Communications -- The Study of Corporate Activity -- Relationship Between Economic Function and Ideological Content of Commoditized Culture -- Trends in Ownership and Control of the Mass Media -- A Political Economic Study of Music Video -- PART ONE THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE MUSIC VIDEO BUSINESS -- 2 The Early Years of Music Video -- Early Combinations of Recorded Music and Visual Media -- MTV: The Novel Early Years -- Expanded Record Industry Involvement in Video Music -- 3 The Growth of Other Video Music Program Services -- Cable Music Channel -- Discovery Music Network -- Hit Video USA -- MTV's Sister Service VH-1: Video Hits One -- The Box -- Black Entertainment Television -- The Nashville Network and Country Music Television -- WTBS's Night Tracks -- Video Music Shows on Commercial Broadcast Television -- 4 Monopoly TV: A History of MTV's Anticompetitive Practices -- MTV Exclusivity Agreements with Record Companies -- Label Payola Agreements with Other Music Programs -- Major Labels Create Own Music Video Channel -- MTV Attempts to Coerce Artists -- MTV Attempts to Control Access to Cable Systems -- 5 MTV and the Globalization of Popular Culture -- Corporate Incentives to Develop International Markets -- MTV Europe -- MTV Australia and MTV Japan -- MTV Asia -- MTV in Latin America -- MTV's International Youth Culture -- MTV's Global Advertisers -- Major Record Labels' Global Marketing Campaigns -- A One-Way Flow of Music and Culture -- Alternatives to MTV -- 6 MTV's Corporate Intrigue and Sagging Ratings -- Corporate Acquisitions of MTV Networks

The Decline of Video Music in the Mid-1980s -- Resurgence of MTV -- MTV Networks' Future: Multiplexing, Home Shopping, and Videos for Tots -- PART TWO THE STRUCTURE OF THE MUSIC VIDEO BUSINESS: FORCES THAT SHAPE MUSIC CLIPS -- 7 The Record Companies' Role in Video Music Production and Distribution -- Video Music Incorporated into Record Companies -- Record Label Video Production Dependent Upon Exposure Media -- Video Clip Promotion -- Record Companies and Artists -- Music Video at Independent and Major Record Labels -- 8 Video Clip Producers and Directors -- Music Video Clip Producers -- Music Video Clip Directors -- Music Video Production as a Transitional Occupation -- The Music Video Producers Association -- Record Label Contracts with Video Clip Producers and Directors -- Record Label Constraints on Video Clip Content -- Emerging Patterns in the Record Companies' Use of Video Clip Producers and Directors -- 9 MTV as Gatekeeper and Censor -- MTV's Acquisition Committee -- MTV's Standards: Stated and Unstated -- The "Committee -- A Survey of Music Clips Rejected by MTV -- Record Company and Artist Reaction to MTV -- Music Clip Rotation Categories -- External Social Forces Influencing MTV's Standards -- Political Attacks on Popular Music -- Content Regulation of Music Television Programs -- 10 MTV, Music Video, and Creative Expression -- The Power of Record Labels and MTV in the Video Music Business -- Established Trends in Ownership and Control of the Music Video Business -- Relationship Between Economic Structure and Ideology Within the Video Music Business -- Notes -- References -- About the Book and Author -- Index

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