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The television handbook, Jeremy Orlebar

Label
The television handbook
Title
The television handbook
Statement of responsibility
Jeremy Orlebar
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The Television Handbook is a critical introduction to the practice and theory of television. The book examines the state of television today, explains how television is made and how production is organised, and discusses how critical thinking about programmes and genres can illuminate their meanings. This book also explores how developments in technology and the changing structure of the television industry will lead the medium in new directions. The Television Handbook gives practical advice on many aspects of programme making, from an initial programme idea through to shooting and the post-p
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Orlebar, Jeremy
Dewey number
791.4502/3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
Series statement
Media practice
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Television
  • Television broadcasting
Label
The television handbook, Jeremy Orlebar
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Revised edition of: The television handbook / Patricia Holland
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Smart television
  • The content conundrum
  • YouView
  • 2.
  • Television regulation
  • Ofcom
  • Broadcasting code
  • Generally accepted standards
  • BBC Trust
  • Harm and offence
  • The fill light
  • The watershed
  • Sex and violence
  • Bad language
  • Complaints
  • Television advertising
  • 3.
  • Public service broadcasting
  • The BBC
  • The PSB funding debate
  • News
  • Introduction
  • Children's TV
  • PART 2.
  • KEY CONCEPTS
  • 4.
  • Genre
  • PART 1.
  • TELEVISION IN TRANSITION
  • 1.
  • Television today
  • Television today
  • Convergence
  • Genre: the talk show
  • Genre: reality TV
  • 5.
  • Approaches to narrative
  • Defining narrative
  • Semiotics
  • Codes
  • Flow
  • Ideology
  • Narrative supports ideology
  • Where genre comes fromCrossing genre boundaries
  • Realism
  • Identification and narrative
  • Viewers look at TV 'as a glance'
  • Structures in TV narratives
  • Hospital drama narratives
  • Sitcom narratives
  • Shot composition and narrative
  • POV
  • Genre: the soap opera
  • Genre: the sitcom
  • Genre: the police series
  • Format
  • Shot selection and genre
  • Reworking the police and detective genre
  • Profile: Tony Garnett
  • Politics, gender and performance
  • Music TV and globalisation
  • Media imperialism
  • History and the MTV debate
  • New developments in music television
  • 7.
  • Schedule and audience
  • Television in everyday life
  • Scheduling practices
  • Pre-echoes and echoes
  • 6.
  • The viewer as scheduler
  • Television for the family
  • Family and feminisation
  • Immediacy and intimacy
  • Music television and postmodernismIntroduction
  • Postmodern music television
  • Postmodernism and the music video aesthetic
  • Celebrity culture
  • Features of postmodern television images
  • Origins of postmodern television styles
  • Video art
  • Realism and social responsibility
  • Reflecting the nation
  • The impression of realism
  • Authenticity
  • Metonymy and accommodation in documentary
  • Documentary types: observational documentary
  • Documentary types: authored documentary
  • Documentary types: drama-documentary
  • Documentary types: docusoap
  • Documentary types: presenter-led documentary
  • The viewer as individual consumerActive audiences
  • Documentary types: the make over
  • Wildlife and current affairs
  • Music documentaries
  • Imaginary communities
  • PART 3.
  • FACTUAL TELEVISION
  • 8.
  • Documentaries
  • Trust in documentaries
  • Notions of reality
  • Reality TV and the identity of the medium
  • Boundaries between authenticity and performance
  • 10.
  • Making factual programmes
  • Documentary production
  • Getting a programme on the air: treatment
  • Commissioning
  • Preproduction
  • The researcher
  • Recce
  • Postmodern factual television
  • Filming an interview
  • Setting up the camera for an interview
  • Location filming
  • The filming day
  • Cutaways
  • Postproduction
  • Commentary
  • 9.
  • Reality TV
  • Reality TV today
  • Reality TV history
  • Programme profile: Crimewatch UK
  • Programme profile: Police, Camera, Action
  • Performance and reality TV
Control code
ocn782108069
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
4th ed
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 316 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136655555
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)782108069
Label
The television handbook, Jeremy Orlebar
Publication
Note
Revised edition of: The television handbook / Patricia Holland
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Smart television
  • The content conundrum
  • YouView
  • 2.
  • Television regulation
  • Ofcom
  • Broadcasting code
  • Generally accepted standards
  • BBC Trust
  • Harm and offence
  • The fill light
  • The watershed
  • Sex and violence
  • Bad language
  • Complaints
  • Television advertising
  • 3.
  • Public service broadcasting
  • The BBC
  • The PSB funding debate
  • News
  • Introduction
  • Children's TV
  • PART 2.
  • KEY CONCEPTS
  • 4.
  • Genre
  • PART 1.
  • TELEVISION IN TRANSITION
  • 1.
  • Television today
  • Television today
  • Convergence
  • Genre: the talk show
  • Genre: reality TV
  • 5.
  • Approaches to narrative
  • Defining narrative
  • Semiotics
  • Codes
  • Flow
  • Ideology
  • Narrative supports ideology
  • Where genre comes fromCrossing genre boundaries
  • Realism
  • Identification and narrative
  • Viewers look at TV 'as a glance'
  • Structures in TV narratives
  • Hospital drama narratives
  • Sitcom narratives
  • Shot composition and narrative
  • POV
  • Genre: the soap opera
  • Genre: the sitcom
  • Genre: the police series
  • Format
  • Shot selection and genre
  • Reworking the police and detective genre
  • Profile: Tony Garnett
  • Politics, gender and performance
  • Music TV and globalisation
  • Media imperialism
  • History and the MTV debate
  • New developments in music television
  • 7.
  • Schedule and audience
  • Television in everyday life
  • Scheduling practices
  • Pre-echoes and echoes
  • 6.
  • The viewer as scheduler
  • Television for the family
  • Family and feminisation
  • Immediacy and intimacy
  • Music television and postmodernismIntroduction
  • Postmodern music television
  • Postmodernism and the music video aesthetic
  • Celebrity culture
  • Features of postmodern television images
  • Origins of postmodern television styles
  • Video art
  • Realism and social responsibility
  • Reflecting the nation
  • The impression of realism
  • Authenticity
  • Metonymy and accommodation in documentary
  • Documentary types: observational documentary
  • Documentary types: authored documentary
  • Documentary types: drama-documentary
  • Documentary types: docusoap
  • Documentary types: presenter-led documentary
  • The viewer as individual consumerActive audiences
  • Documentary types: the make over
  • Wildlife and current affairs
  • Music documentaries
  • Imaginary communities
  • PART 3.
  • FACTUAL TELEVISION
  • 8.
  • Documentaries
  • Trust in documentaries
  • Notions of reality
  • Reality TV and the identity of the medium
  • Boundaries between authenticity and performance
  • 10.
  • Making factual programmes
  • Documentary production
  • Getting a programme on the air: treatment
  • Commissioning
  • Preproduction
  • The researcher
  • Recce
  • Postmodern factual television
  • Filming an interview
  • Setting up the camera for an interview
  • Location filming
  • The filming day
  • Cutaways
  • Postproduction
  • Commentary
  • 9.
  • Reality TV
  • Reality TV today
  • Reality TV history
  • Programme profile: Crimewatch UK
  • Programme profile: Police, Camera, Action
  • Performance and reality TV
Control code
ocn782108069
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
4th ed
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 316 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136655555
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)782108069

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