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Title:Transmitting the Past: Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Broadcasting
Format Type:Ebook
Author:J. Emmett Winn, Susan L. Brinson, Michele Hilmes, Chad Dell, George Plasketes, Samuel J. Brumbeloe, Heather L. Hundley, Matthew A. Killmeier, Fritz Messere, Douglas Ferguson
Publisher:University Alabama Press
ISBN:0817314539
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Number of Pages:264
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Transmitting the Past: Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Broadcasting by J. Emmett Winn, Susan L. Brinson, Michele Hilmes, Chad Dell, George Plasketes, Samuel J. Brumbeloe, Heather L. Hundley, Matthew A. Killmeier, Fritz Messere, Douglas Ferguson

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Transmitting the Past: Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Broadcasting Original essays exploring important developments in radio and television broadcasting b The essays included in this collection represent some of the best cultural and historical research on broadcasting in the U S today Each one concentrates on a particular event in broadcast history beginning with Marconi s introduction of wireless technology in Michael Brown examines newspaper reporting in America of Marconi s belief in Martians stories that effectively rendered Marconi inconsequential to the further development of radio The widespread installation of radios in automobiles in the s Matthew Killmeier argues paralleled the development of television and ubiquitous middle class suburbia in America Heather Hundley analyzes depictions of male and female promiscuity as presented in the sitcom i Cheers i at a time concurrent with media coverage of the AIDS crisis Fritz Messere examines the Federal Radio Act of and the clash of competing ideas about what role radio should play in American life Chad Dell recounts the high brow programming strategy NBC adopted in to distinguish itself from other networks And George Plasketes studies the critical reactions to i Cop Rock i an ill fated combination of police drama and musical as an example of society s resistance to genre mixing or departures from formulaic programming The result is a collection that represents some of the most recent and innovative scholarship cultural and historical on the intersections of broadcasting and American cultural political and economic life .

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