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Television: the Critical View (1976)

by Horace Newcomb

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Now in its sixth edition and with twenty new selections, Television: The Critical View sheds light on everything from the latest prime-time television programs to news, talk shows, and commercials. This well established and critically acclaimed text remains the leading collection of criticalessays about America's most important medium of communication. Featuring expanded coverage of international programming and discussions about the reception context of television, television within the context of Postmodernism, and the decreasing influence of broadcast television, Television is anessential text for any course involving television studies or criticism.… (more)

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Now in its sixth edition and with twenty new selections, Television: The Critical View sheds light on everything from the latest prime-time television programs to news, talk shows, and commercials. This well established and critically acclaimed text remains the leading collection of criticalessays about America's most important medium of communication. Featuring expanded coverage of international programming and discussions about the reception context of television, television within the context of Postmodernism, and the decreasing influence of broadcast television, Television is anessential text for any course involving television studies or criticism.

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