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Television : visual storytelling and screen culture

By: Butler, Jeremy G.
Contributor(s): Lotz, Amanda D. [contr.].
Publisher: New York Routledge 2018Edition: 5th ed.Description: xiii, 407p.ISBN: 9781138743960.Subject(s): Television -- Psychological aspects | Television criticismDDC classification: 302.23 | B976t5 Summary: For over two decades, Television has served as the foremost guide to television studies, offering readers an in-depth understanding of how television programs and commercials are made and how they function as producers of meaning. Author Jeremy G. Butler shows the ways in which camera style, lighting, set design, editing, and sound combine to produce meanings that viewers take away from their television experience. Highlights of the fifth edition include: An entirely new chapter by Amanda D. Lotz on television in the contemporary digital media environment. Discussions integrated throughout on the latest developments in screen culture during the on-demand era―including the impact of binge-watching and the proliferation of screens (smartphones, tablets, computer monitors, etc.). Updates on the effects of new digital technologies on TV style.
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302.222 P755k Pointing 302.224 P853D DISCOURSE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 302.23 AN86 THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF MEDIA 302.23 B976t5 Television 302.23 D569NE THE NETWORK SOCIETY 302.23 H242D DIGITAL MATTERS 302.23 H366F FUTURE TELECOMMUNICATIONS

For over two decades, Television has served as the foremost guide to television studies, offering readers an in-depth understanding of how television programs and commercials are made and how they function as producers of meaning. Author Jeremy G. Butler shows the ways in which camera style, lighting, set design, editing, and sound combine to produce meanings that viewers take away from their television experience.

Highlights of the fifth edition include:

An entirely new chapter by Amanda D. Lotz on television in the contemporary digital media environment.
Discussions integrated throughout on the latest developments in screen culture during the on-demand era―including the impact of binge-watching and the proliferation of screens (smartphones, tablets, computer monitors, etc.).
Updates on the effects of new digital technologies on TV style.

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