The Future of Your TV (6)

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/15/11 BTMM821-002 The Future of Your TV (6) Instructor: Sueen Noh February 9, 2010 4/15/11 Questions on Reality TV  Why do TV networks come up with more and more reality shows?  Why do people want to be on reality TV?  What are the controversies surrounding reality TV? Do you remember any? 4/15/11 Reality TV in America 4/15/11 Reality TV in America  In 1992, reality TV was a novelty.  In 2000, it was a fad.  In 2010, it’s a way of life.  A valid career choice  At any given time, there are1,000 people on air as reality TV stars 4/15/11 Next Jersey Shore ? K-Town 4/15/11 Reality TV and the Future  A model of programming that fits the multi- channel environment and the emerging new technologies › Relatively cheap to make and less vulnerable to high profile strikes › Adapted to the specialized tastes of the cable audience › Providing one of the first viable models for the 4/15/11...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course BTMM 0821 taught by Professor Noh during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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