Television in Transition: The Life and Afterlife of the Narrative Action Hero
John Wiley & Sons, 5 lut 2010 - 256
Combining an exciting methodology alongside high-interest case studies, Television in Transition offers students of television a guide to a medium that has weathered the challenges of first-run syndication, a multi-channel universe, netlets, major media conglomerates, deregulation, and globalization--all in the space of twenty years.
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