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Behind the Screens: The Structure of British Television

by Stuart Hood

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 085315774X, Paperback)

The 1990's were a decade of uncertainty and change in British Television. ITV was restructured, independent production grew extensively and the BBC charter was renegotiated. This collection, written by those in the industry as well as outside commentators, examines the implications of these changes and raises key questions for the future.

Contributions include a review of the Public Service Broadcasting debate, and essays on the financial structures of broadcasting, the changing representation of black people on TV, the tension between casualisation and unionisation and an analysis of opportunities for women in the industry. An essential book for those concerned about the future of British television.

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What is happening to British television in the 1990s? With the restructuring of ITV, the growth in independent production and the BBC charter due for renewal in 1996, this is a decade of uncertainty and radical change for the British television industry. This timely collection, written by those working in the industry as well as outside commentators, examines the implications of these changes and raises key questions for the future. Contributions include a review of the Public Service Broadcasting debate, and essays on the financial structures of broadcasting, the changing representation of black people on TV, the tension between casualisation and unionisation and an analysis of opportunities for women in the industry. An essential book for those concerned about the future of British television.… (more)

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