Consuming Television: Television and its Audiences

Wiley, 3 abr. 1997 - 256 páginas
Consuming Television is a textbook designed to introduce students to the role of television in contemporary society and to encourage an understanding of what contemporary audiences are all about.
  • Written clearly and simply, and devoid of jargon
  • Covers both the empirical and theoretical ground in a lively manner
  • Unlike most books on the television audience, this volume looks at the programmes themselves, as well as the production process (including policies which affect television production)

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Mullan is a writer, lecturer, documentary film-maker and author of books on psychotherapy

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