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Boddy : -How shift from live programming to telefilm shaped production strategies on commercial American television -live programming created an audience dependency…like radio did -live programming was good for only 1 broadcast…film could be re-run -telefilm solved timezones -telefilm responsible for network control -Ways that The Twilight Zone (1959-1964) epitomizes a transitional period in television by expressing values that dominate both live and telefilm production pg. 100 -blended the values of live drama and production routines of telefilm programming -define Hollywood television -provided an outlet to talk about controversial topics *twilight zone-cross marketable…board games/pinball games/video games/graphic novels Kramer : -How Hollywood history demonstrates a long-standing desire for producers to
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Unformatted text preview: capture both theatrical and domestic audiences-theatrical filming and paying audiences resulted in the big screen being a symbol of theatrical spaces -new home delivery systems=high demand…”forge a technological link between the home and the outside world”-pg. 13-merge the family space and the theatre -begins pg. 14*****--Hollywood’s “televisual imagination”-consider television’s specificity rather than some so-called concentration -bringing theatre into the home is to move imaginarily the audience into whatever surroundings they desired-we perceive ideas by the logic of modern editing, lighting, scripting, acting, directing, and filming-Ways Hollywood has consistently transformed the theatrical experience to differentiate it from other forms of moving-image entertainment-pg. 21...
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