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Introduction to Television and Video

CTCS 191 Lecture 14: Week 14
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Lecture: Television is still Television Main Arguments Ongoing rele...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 13: Week 13
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Lecture: Digital Distribution and Television Online Main arguments ...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 12: Week 12

Week 12: Technology and Media Technology  How does it impa...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 11: Week 11

Week 11: Convergence "Convergence"  A term used t escribe ...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 10: Week 10

Week 10: Global Formats and Remakes Globalization  Late 20...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 9: Week 9

Week 9: Narrative and Style Conclusion: New Economies of TV inform...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 8: Week 8

Week 8: Shifting Models Chapter 6 (New Economies of TV Information...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 6: Week 6

Week 6: Women’s Work, Between Cable and Broadcast Chapter 5 readi...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 5: Week 5

Week 5: Situating Comedy 1. Early TV studio history ...

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CTCS 191 Lecture 4: Week 4

Week 4: Television Programming Things to remember: 1. ...

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