TELEVISION AND NEW MEDIA: FROM PRODUCTION TO AUDIENCES
Are we spectating the end of television? Or is this medium integrating other media, becoming a kind of hypertelevision? Is it a television that survives or does it renew itself? Which aggregates or which fragments? These are some of the questions that we raised in the third edition of the Conference on Television and New Media, at the Faculty of Arts and Letters of the University of Beira Interior, which now results in this set of 17 texts that reflect the reconfigurations of television and its recent extensions, adaptations and languages (part 1) the prominence of television fiction spread across a growing number of platforms (part 2), the necessary reinvention of television journalism in the face of an expressive consumption of news - in text and audiovisual - on mobile platforms (part 3) and the emergence, discussion and relevance of gender in the television context, from the place of speech, the body, feminism, drag culture, to the representation of domestic violence (part 4).
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