An interrogation of the continued quest for digitally addressable systems in India.
by: Florence Toussaint / Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Aunque la televisión cultural permanece en distintos lugares, los vaivenes de la política la han mantenido
en un permanente desasosiego. / Although cultural television survives in certain places, inconsistent
policies have left it in a permanent state of anxiety.
by: Claudia Benassini Félix / Tecnológico de Monterrey, State of Mexico
La telenovela mexicana es uno de los productos más exitosos de la televisión nacional pero también enfrenta
la competencia de otros países. / Telenovelas represent one of the most successful products to emerge from Mexico’s television industry, but they have always faced competition from other countries.
by: Sarita Malik / Brunel University
Now that we can begin to look back at Celebrity Big Brother in less impulsive, more diagnostic ways, the major upshot – aside from a surefire boost to Shilpa Shetty’s international career following her win –
should be the critical attention paid to Channel 4’s role.
by: Nabil Echchaibi / Indiana University-Bloomington
An examination of Irqa’ TV’s role in the promotion of Islam in a post-9/11 media landscape.
by: John Hartley / Queensland University of Technology
The afterlife of Dead Like Me on Australian cable television and the pleasures and perturbances of watching an already-in-the-grave series.
by: Joseph D. Straubhaar / University of Texas-Austin
How do we relate to increased local, regional, national, and global television flows?
by: Derek Kompare / Southern Methodist University
What the new Doctor Who can tell us about the machinations of cultural globalization.
by: John Sinclair / University of Melbourne
It is now almost a decade and a half since international satellite services were first seen via cable to the home in India, inaugurating an era of the profusion of private channels in a society that had previously only known a government-controlled national broadcasting network, Doordarshan.
by: Shanti Kumar / University of Texas-Austin
In 2000, when Star Plus Channel launched Kaun Banega Crorepati? (KBC), the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, the show quickly became the biggest hit on Indian television.
by: Mimi White / Northwestern University
I have been thinking about the pace of television, and wondering if I even know what the pace of television is.
by: Michela Ardizzoni / Indiana University
The famous Dutch television producer, Endemol, will probably go down in the annals of history as a catalyst of standardized television programming across the globe.