Monthly Archives: August 2012

Week Five Reflections

Most of my current television viewing is concerned with American or British TV but I fondly recall a time when Cheez TV (or Toasted TV as it regrettably transformed into) broadcast some of my favourite anime shows such as Pokemon … Continue reading

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Week Four Reflections

Chosen Webisode: Dexter Early Cuts: Alex Timmons Content vs. Promotion Max Dawson writes that we must evaluate the perception that digital shorts reflect “the television industry’s desire to give web viewers what they want” against its prominence as “television promotion”. … Continue reading

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Week Three Reflections

Broadcast and the Everyday The other day, I found half a dozen or so friends of mine gathered around a laptop, watching and discussing an event being replayed online just hours after it had been watched live by many around … Continue reading

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Week Two Reflections

Television and Post-Broadcast Era: Jinna Tay and Graeme Turner’s argument in the chapter chosen from Not the Apacolypse: Television Futures in the Digital Age presents the didactic perceptions of a post-broadcast era: 1) Digital Optimism: sees “unprecedented degree of consumer … Continue reading

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