Flow TV : television in the age of media convergence /

Other Authors: Kackman, Michael.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Routledge, 2011.
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Table of Contents:
  • The convergent experience: viewing practices across media forms. Media interfaces and mass customization of everyday space / Daniel Chamberlain
  • It's just like a mini mall : comic convergence and participatory culture on YouTube / David Gurney
  • TiVoing childhood : time shifting a generation's concept of television / Jason Mittell
  • Affective convergence in reality television : a case study in divergence culture / Jack Bratich
  • Industry convergences : reality television and the cross-purposed commodity / Misha Kavka
  • Creating authors/creating audiences. More "moments of television" : / Derek Kompare
  • The reviews are in : TV critics and the (pre)creation of meaning / Jonathan Gray
  • Hailing the fan : diegetic and extradiegetic expansion in official online interfaces / Louisa Ellen Stein
  • Gruesome competition for cable viewers : masters of horror, auteurism, and the progressive potential of a disreputable genre / Heather Hendershot
  • 59Up : television, Life-Time, and the mediated self / John Corner
  • Technologies of citizenship : politics, nationality, and contemporary television. Television/televisicentn / Hector Amaya
  • The limits of the cellular imaginary / Eric Freedman
  • "TV freedom" and other experiments for "advancing" liberal democracy in Iraq / James Hay
  • Hillary Clinton meets Johnny Sack : viral videos and the 2008 presidential election / Chuck Tryon
  • Speed TV / L.S. Kim.