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Title Media industries : history, theory, and method / edited by Jennifer Holt and Alisa Perren
Published Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009

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Description xii, 283 pages ; 26 cm
Contents Introduction: Does the world really need one more field of study? / Jennifer Holt and Alisa Perren -- Nailing Mercury: the problem of media industry historiography / Michele Hilmes -- Manufacturing heritage: the moving image archive and media industry studies / Caroline Frick -- Film industry studies and Hollywood history / Thomas Schatz -- Historicizing TV networking: broadcasting, cable, and the case of ESPN / Victoria E. Johnson -- From sponsorship to spots: advertising and the development of electronic media / Cynthia B. Meyers -- New media as transformed media industry / P. David Marshall -- Media industries, political economy, and media/cultural studies: an articulation / Douglas Kellner -- Thinking globally: from media imperialism to media capital / Michael Curtin -- Thinking regionally: singular in diversity and diverse in unity / Cristina Venegas -- Thinking nationally: domicile, distinction, and dysfunction in global media exchange / Nitin Govil -- Convergence culture and media work / Mark Deuze -- Media economics and the study of media industries / Philip M. Napoli -- Regulation and the law: a critical cultural citizenship approach / John McMurria -- Can natural Luddites make things explode or travel faster? The new humanities, cultural policy studies, and creative industries / Toby Miller -- Cultures of production: studying industry's deep texts, reflexive rituals, and managed self-disclosures / John Thornton Caldwell -- The moral economy of web 2.0: audience research and convergence culture / Joshua Green and Henry Jenkins -- From the consciousness industry to the creative industries: consumer-created content, social networking markets, and the growth of knowledge / John Hartley -- Politics, theory, and method in media industries research / David Hesmondlhalgh -- An industry perspective: calibrating the velocity of change / Jordan Levin -- Toward synthetic media industry research / Horace Newcomb
Summary "Media Industries: History, Theory, and Method outlines the diverse ways that media industries have been studied in the past and offers an innovative blueprint for future research and criticism. Contextualizing the current moment of unprecedented technological change, media convergence, and globalization, the authors engage in cross-disciplinary exploration from a range of historical, critical, and theoretical perspectives."
"Bringing together newly commissioned essays by leading scholars in film, media, communication, sociology, and cultural studies, Media Industries constructs a unique road map for industrial analysis of film, radio, television, advertising, and new media. Collectively, these 21 essays provide a crucial resource for those encountering the study of the media industries for the first time as well as for those interested in conducting cutting-edge research in this burgeoning field. Rich explanations of key terms and foundational ideas vividly illustrate the dynamic transformations taking place across varied national, regional, and international contexts."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Mass media.
Author Holt, Jennifer, 1968-
Perren, Alisa.
LC no. 2008041563
ISBN 9781405163415 hardcover alkaline paper
9781405163422 paperback alkaline paper