Television In The Twenty-First Century
University of Westminster
Area of Study
Radio - Television - Film
Taught In English
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
Pre-requisite: 4TVPR006W Television, Text and Genre or equivalent
Theory - Portfolio not required.
This module builds on Television History and Cultures by introducing students to the post-network era of television. This involves i) analysis of global television culture and the emergence of transnational television and formats; (ii) changes in the way television is produced, distributed and accessed in a multi-platform environment (iii) an introduction to changes in the industrial context with an opportunity for students to think about how they might brand their own ideas in a changed television landscape.
Assessment: In-Class Participation (15%), Presentation Group (30%), Essay (55%)
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