by: Craig Jacobsen / Mesa Community College
That atypical narrative strategies now appear, without fanfare, in successful if unremarkable mainstream broadcast shows demonstrates that television may be ready to fulfill its potential as a sophisticated narrative medium.
by: Ray Cha / Independent Scholar
Advances in technology require new uses of old phrases.
by: Alan McKee / Queensland University of Technology
Why would hundreds of millions of people around the world watch Dallas? What strange hypnotism could it exude? It must, of course, be an expression of the unfettered power of America to impose its own culture on that of other countries. What other reason could there be for its success?