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Canadian Television: Text and Context (Film and Media by Marian Bredin,Scott Henderson,Sarah A. Matheson

By Marian Bredin,Scott Henderson,Sarah A. Matheson

Canadian tv: textual content and Context explores the construction and movement of leisure tv in Canada from the interdisciplinary point of view of tv experiences. every one bankruptcy connects arguments approximately specific texts of Canadian tv to severe research of the broader cultural, social, and monetary contexts within which they're created. The e-book surveys the economic and technological imperatives of the Canadian tv undefined, the moving position of the CBC as Canada’s public broadcaster, the dynamics of Canada’s multicultural and multiracial audiences, and the functionality of television’s “star system.” Foreword by means of The Globe and Mail’s tv critic, John Doyle.

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