Television studies after TV: Understanding Television in the post-broadcast era (2009)
Citation - Turner, G., & Tay, J. (Eds.). (2009). Television studies after tv: understanding television in the post-broadcast era: Routledge.
- Part one: What is television?
- Screens: television's dispersed broadcast
- Part two: The function of post-broadcast television
- Television and the nation: does this matter any more?
- Between the public and the private: television frama and global partnerships in the neo-network era
- Approach with caution and proceed with care: campaigning for the US presidency after TV
- Reinventing television: the work of the innovation unit
- Part three: Television and social change
- Television culture with Chinese characteristics: the politics of compassion and education
- Television in Chinese geo-linguistic markets: deregulation, reregulation and market forces in the post-broadcast era
- Television in the Balkans: the rise of commercial nationalism
- Anachronism, apologetics and Robin Hood: televisual nationhood after TV
- Part four: Television content: what's on now
- Latin America's impact on world television markets
- Reasserting the national? Programme formats, international television and domestic culture
- From monopoly to polyphony: India in the era of television
- Fragmentation or consolidation? Factors in the Oprah-ization of social talk on multi-channel Arab TV
- Globalizing televised culture: the case of China
- Berry, C., Kim, S., & Spigel, L. (Eds.). (2010). Electronic Elsewheres: Media, technology, and the experience of social space: University of Minnesota Press.