CFP: ECREA TV Studies Section MAB Joint Conference

Call for papers…

The Fan Studies Network

TV in the age of transnationalisation and transmedialisation: a two-day, international conference

Date: Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd JUNE 2015

Venue: University of Roehampton, London, UK

Organisers: ECREA Television Studies section and the Media Across Borders network (www.mediaacrossborders.com)

Television is crossing borders in multiple ways. Throughout much of the 20th century it seemed to resemble the geometrical elements of a Kandinsky painting from the Bauhaus phase: each element clearly distinct but overlapping and carefully positioned in relation to other elements. Television was perceived and studied similarly; mostly separate from the other mass media, including film, radio, video games or consumer magazines. Moreover, in Europe television content was clearly separated from advertising through the distinction, or separation principle. In addition to these distinct media elements, state borders clearly separated television markets in the perception of academics, audiences and TV executives. After all, television was mostly conceived and regulated by state institutions…

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