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TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
TV lecture: Liveness
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TV lecture: Liveness

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  • 1. TV: LIVENESS<br />October 11. 2010<br />
  • 2. goals <br />understanding of “live” as technique<br />understanding of “live” as ideology<br />sense of historical transformations of “live” <br />reading of formal/visual codes of news<br />sense of historical transformations of news<br />
  • 3. in the beginning...<br />all TV was live<br />(ontology)<br />
  • 4. today...<br />TV is almost never live<br />(ideology)<br />
  • 5. How does TV produce “liveness”?<br />presence, realtime, authenticity<br />
  • 6. “remediation” (Bolter &amp; Grusin)<br />immediacy<br />hypermediacy<br />
  • 7. How does WWW produce “liveness”?<br />presence, realtime, authenticity<br />
  • 8. What’s news for?<br />relation of function + form<br />information?<br />analysis?<br />public interest?<br />forming publics?<br />entertainment?<br />

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