27-Transnational Television-S08

27-Transnational Television-S08 - Lecture 27: Transnational...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 27: Transnational Television 5/01/08 This Weeks Screening: i-Caught [excerpts] (ABC, 2007) HBO Voyeur (HBO, 2007) Questions : 1. How does i-Caught take advantage of the Internet and convergence? In what ways does it illustrate how TV programmers have adapted to digital technologies? 2. Why do you think HBO commissioned Voyeur ? How does it fit with HBOs brand identity? How does it illustrate convergence? I. Defining Globalization globalization = the flows of media, technologies, ideas, money, & cultures across natl/cultural boundaries applies to all industries & concerns importing & exporting goods/services pitched at a global level rather than natl one BUT: globalization is uneven due to inequalities of power some people/corps/nations have less access II. Factors Influencing Global TV Mobility 1) political = end of Cold War & opening up of new foreign market 2) econ = deregulation, loosening ownership regs, & trade treaties 3) tech = satellite, digital networks...
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course COM ARTS 351 taught by Professor Jackson during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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27-Transnational Television-S08 - Lecture 27: Transnational...

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