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Dreaming with Open Eyes: Latin American Media in the Digital Age  

Cristina Venegas

Print publication date:
Sep 2008
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article studies Latin American film during the digital age and determines how much of its recent success in the global market is due to the arrival of new technology. It reveals that ... More

Online Small-Screen Cinema: The Cinema of Attractions and the Emancipated Spectator  

Paola Voci

Print publication date:
Apr 2013
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Oct 2013
This chapter examines online small-screen cinema (i.e., movies that are viewed almost exclusively on the web, are made with small recording/viewing devices, and are mostly characterized by ... More

Radio and Television  

J.P. Telotte

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Nov 2014
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Oct 2014
This chapter surveys the history of radio and television science fiction, emphasizing the development of industrial and aesthetic approaches to narrative, the integration of cultural ... More

Television's First Seventy-five Years: The Interpretive Flexibility of a Medium in Transition  

William Uricchio

Print publication date:
Sep 2008
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Sep 2012
This article takes a look at the early history of television, which is usually overshadowed by the assumptions of the primacy of film as a moving-image medium and the efforts to stabilize ... More

“The End of TV As We Know It”: Convergence Anxiety, Generic Innovation, and the Case of 24  

Tara McPherson

Print publication date:
Sep 2008
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Sep 2012
This article views the popular television show 24 as a way to illustrate the transitions within the television industry and within the broader society, as the forces of technological ... More

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