10 edition of On the cable: the television of abundance found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||TK6675 .S57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 256 p.|
|Number of Pages||256|
|ISBN 10||0070582068, 007058205X|
|LC Control Number||77037740|
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The Sloan Commission report on cable television surveys the history and technology of cable television and suggests the prospects and possibilities the medium offers to the American public.
The possible impact of cable television on over-the-air television is projected, and the possible shape of entertainment, news and opinion, public services, political, and community service programs on. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sloan Commission on Cable Communications.
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McGraw-Hill (paperback). $ This book should be studied as a document in political science or sociology, because as an overview of cable it is of trivial important (see first article, this section). broadcasting and cable television. The principal strength of Cable Television U.S.A.
is that it identifies the many interrelationships between different areas of the television industry which have influenced development of cable television and of government policy toward it. The principal weakness of the book is.
The history of television news is defined by two distinct epochs: before and after cable television. By encouraging image-based communication, television changed how we think.
It paved the way for a dictatorship of the eye over the mind, which creates an emotionally turbulent world which prized looks over logic and passion over reason. the practice of the cities to squeeze the providers of cable television service and to put a high price on their right to do business is coming apart.
And that seems remarkably sane and proper to those who believe that a publishing medium such as cable television ought to be a natural adversary of government, free to report on by: 7.
The history of cable television in the United States is both longer and more eventful than many people realize. Those who subscribe to cable today, in order to receive a larger number of channel options than broadcast television alone can offer, have little reason to think about the uses for cable prior toor about the policy battles.
Quick to jump into the breach anticipated by the brain-eating monster of TV, a new movement of “educational TV” sprang al Educational Television was born on and was a non.
Among others, cable television has also undergone many changes. Not only has the service provider’s business model completely transformed, but the way we watch TV has changed too.
Technology in combination with the latter are the main components of pressure. Many people are confused by the abundance of television options that have appeared with the transition to digital broadcasting, or what digital broadcasting even means.
This book tries to explain what those options are, how they work, and what there relative advantages are. Television critic David Bianculli takes it a metal further in his latest book The Platinum Age of Television: an abundance of great television, of cable—when cable started to flex its Author: Christine Champagne.
Television in the United States - Television in the United States - The late s and early ’70s: the relevance movement: After the introduction of television to the public in the s, a distinct dichotomy emerged between entertainment programming (which made up the bulk of the most popular shows) and news, documentary, and other less-common nonfiction shows.
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MINNESOTA'S APPROACH TO CABLE munications policymakers, community activists, scholars, and edu-cators became aware of cable's potential uses.4 They looked to cable's greatly expanded channel capacity5 to provide a variety of communications services including news,6 political expression,7 mi- diate contact with no more than those persons he chanced to find in his ownAuthor: W.
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In his book, The Capitalization of Cultural Production, French sociologist and cultural industries theorist Bernard Miége organized the logics of media production into three models: the publishing model, the flow model, and the written press model.
In organizing wide-ranging media industries into these models based on their general characteristics Cited by: 5. However, commercials continue to generate an abundance of revenue for advertising agencies. The most popular television ads target specific audiences, and cable is the most appropriate platform.
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in an Age of Information Abundance: Exploring Non-Fiction Television in Education. This paper explores the crucial but largely unconscious decisions that we make each day as we decide which information is believable and truthful.
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