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Jewish Museum's 'Television Project' Series to Showcase the Largest Archive of ... - ARTnews
-century Jewish media culture. Running from September 25 through February 14, 2016, the first “Television Project” show, titled “Picturing a People,” will include clips from The Ed Sullivan Show, Northern Exposure, The Twilight Zone, The Goldbergs, The Simpsons, My Name is Barbra, and the Eichmann Trial Coverage , as well as works of art and other miscellaneous items that represent the best writing, directing, acting, and production throughout the history of American television. Established in 1981 with a mission to “collect, preserve, and exhibit television programs related to the Jewish experience,” NJAB has amassed more than 4,000 works exemplifying Jewish media representation from the 1930s to the present day. Centered on themes of anti-Semitism, Jews and comedy, Jews and the advertising revolution, and the depictions of Jewish masculinity and femininity in television, “The Television Project” will encompass six exhibitions throughout 2015 to 2018. Additionally, each show will be accompanied by a compilation video—or “culture story”—by Maurice Berger, a curator and Whitney Biennial alumnus who has been creating compilations of historic American film and television clips exploring Jewish identity since the mid-1990s. Source: www.artnews.com
Jewish Museum's 'Television Project' Series to Showcase the Largest Archive of ...07/21/15 ,via ARTnews
The Jewish Museum will kick off its ongoing exhibition series, “The Television Project,” with a show featuring works from the National Jewish Archive of Broadcasting (NJAB), the country's largest and most extensive collection of broadcast materials
China's Love Affair With Irresistible Korean TV - The New York Times07/20/15 ,via New York Times
BEIJING — China's obsession with a South Korean television show about a 400-year-old Harvard-educated alien who falls in love with an arrogant actress reached such a frenzy last year that online streaming companies here began racing to snap up
Television As Archeology 07/22/2015 - MediaPost07/21/15 ,via MediaPost Communications
By contrast, historians studying the 20th Century will have to sift through millions of hours of television programs. It will be literally impossible in the future for any historian to master all the original source material on how people lived during
Digital Audience Ratings: Broadcast Reality Battles It Out | Variety07/21/15 ,via Variety
These engagements encompass metrics pertaining to audience growth, page/profile views, page-level and post-level interactions, hashtag volume and Wikipedia page views for all television program pages (which provides a proxy for organic search volume).
Milwaukee Public Television cancels 'Fourth Street Forum,' ends new shows for ...07/09/15 ,via Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee Public Television is canceling “Fourth Street Forum," tweaking “Interchange” and running two other locally produced shows only in reruns — “Tracks Ahead” and “Healthy Indian Flavors With Alamelu” — as its budget gets squeezed by its owner
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From Daytime to PrimetimeGreenwood Publishing Group. 2015. ISBN: 0313319723,9780313319723. 345 pages.
Looks at how American society has been shaped by television.
A Content Analysis of Aggression in Television Programs for PreschoolersProQuest. 2015. ISBN: 9780549396758,0549396756. 97 pages.
This study used quantitative methods to explore the depiction of aggression in television programs rated appropriate by The TV Parental Guidelines for preschool age children. The study used a content analysis to provide a systematic assessment of the depiction and frequency of aggression displayed by television characters. The study was guided by the research of Ostrov, Gentil, and Crick (2006), who found a statistically significant correlation between preschool children's television viewing...
China’s Love Affair With Irresistible Korean TV07/20/15 ,via New York Times
Some of the hottest Chinese programs, like Zhejiang Television’s game-variety show “Running Man” and Hunan Television’s reality show “Where Are We Going, Dad?,” were based on South Korean formats. Nearly all of China’s top online video ...
Madison Avenue Counts On Football, ‘Empire’ To Lead New TV Season07/21/15 ,via Variety
Fox’s revival of “The X Files” is expected to generate the most commercial viewership of any new TV program, followed by NBC’s “Blindspot” and ABC’s “The Catch.” Variety’s list of the projected top programs for “C3” in the 2014-2015 ...
More ‘trending’ developments on TV07/20/15 ,via Inquirer Entertainment
What’s getting viewers excited on the television scene this season? Topping our trending list this quarter is the succinctly-named “binge viewing” fad: This refers to a program’s die-hard fans’ desire to watch their favorite shows to the ...
MLB’s All-Star Game takes spot for most-watched primetime program07/22/15 ,via mynewsla.com
Fox’s coverage of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game edged out NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” as last week’s most-watched prime- time television program, despite near record-low viewership. The American League’s 6-3 victory over the ...
World’s Largest Streaming Video Market Has Gone Mad For Korean TV07/22/15 ,via Arts Journal
“China’s obsession with a South Korean television show about a 400-year-old Harvard-educated ... began racing to snap up licensing rights for other South Korean television programs, inflating their prices almost tenfold.”