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The Television Will be Revolutionized by [Lotz, Amanda D.]
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"American television is undergoing profound transitions in the digital age, transforming both the television industry and our viewing experiences. Lotz has written the definitive guidebook to the medium in transition, offering a road map to where we've been, where we're going, and why it matters. Anyone with an interest in television's present and future will find "The Television Will Be Revolutionized" required reading and an indispensable reference in the coming years."
)-(Jason Mittell), (Middlebury College)

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"Lotz takes the reader behind the screen and explores in great detail what is changing, why it is changing, and why these changes matter. This is a vital, timely consideration of profound changes in a critical medium."
)-("Choice"), ()

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"Lotz delivers a compelling analysis of trends that are transforming America's most popular medium. Imaginative and accessible, this book makes a vital and timely contribution to the fields of media and cultural studies. It will be of keen interest to TV viewers, industry practitioners, and scholarly experts."
)-(Michael Curtin), (author of "Playing to the World's Biggest Audience")

"American television is undergoing profound transitions in the digital age, transforming both the television industry and our viewing experiences. Lotz has written the definitive guidebook to the medium in transition, offering a road map to where we've been, where we're going, and why it matters. Anyone with an interest in television's present and future will find "The Television Will Be Revolutionized" required reading and an indispensable reference in the coming years."
-Jason Mittell, Middlebury College

"Lotz takes the reader behind the screen and explores in great detail what is changing, why it is changing, and why these changes matter. This is a vital, timely consideration of profound changes in a critical medium."
-"Choice",

"Lotz delivers a compelling analysis of trends that are transforming America's most popular medium. Imaginative and accessible, this book makes a vital and timely contribution to the fields of media and cultural studies. It will be of keen interest to TV viewers, industry practitioners, and scholarly experts."
-Michael Curtin, author of "Playing to the World's Biggest Audience"

"American television is undergoing profound transitions in the digital age, transforming both the television industry and our viewing experiences. Lotz has written the definitive guidebook to the medium in transition, offering a road map to where we ve been, where we re going, and why it matters. Anyone with an interest in television s present and future will find "The Television Will Be Revolutionized" required reading and an indispensable reference in the coming years."
-Jason Mittell, Middlebury College"

"Lotz takes the reader behind the screen and explores in great detail what is changing, why it is changing, and why these changes matter. This is a vital, timely consideration of profound changes in a critical medium."
-"Choice"

"Lotz delivers a compelling analysis of trends that are transforming America s most popular medium. Imaginative and accessible, this book makes a vital and timely contribution to the fields of media and cultural studies. It will be of keen interest to TV viewers, industry practitioners, and scholarly experts."
-Michael Curtin, author of "Playing to the World s Biggest Audience""

Lotz delivers a compelling analysis of trends that are transforming America s most popular medium. Imaginative and accessible, this book makes a vital and timely contribution to the fields of media and cultural studies. It will be of keen interest to TV viewers, industry practitioners, and scholarly experts. -Michael Curtin, author of "Playing to the World s Biggest Audience""

Lotz takes the reader behind the screen and explores in great detail what is changing, why it is changing, and why these changes matter. This is a vital, timely consideration of profound changes in a critical medium. -"Choice""

American television is undergoing profound transitions in the digital age, transforming both the television industry and our viewing experiences. Lotz has written the definitive guidebook to the medium in transition, offering a road map to where we ve been, where we re going, and why it matters. Anyone with an interest in television s present and future will find The Television Will Be Revolutionized required reading and an indispensable reference in the coming years. -Jason Mittell, Middlebury College"

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"American television is undergoing profound transitions in the digital age, transforming both the television industry and our viewing experiences. Lotz has written the definitive guidebook to the medium in transition, offering a road map to where we've been, where we're going, and why it matters. Anyone with an interest in television's present and future will find The Television Will Be Revolutionized required reading and an indispensable reference in the coming years." JASON MITTELL, Middlebury College"

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Publisher: NYU Press (1 Nov. 2007)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0028MVH5A
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HASH(0x948bf720) out of 5 stars One of the Smartest books on Present day Television! 21 Nov. 2008
By Jane M. Shattuc - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I recently sat down and read the book end to end because it was so intelligent and well written. She does a cogent job of envisioning what the experience of "television" is as it converges with the computer and film. Lots thoughtful ideas.I plan to have my students read it as a textbook. But I think they will enjoy it as opposed to most textbooks.
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HASH(0x948bf78c) out of 5 stars Defining Book on TV Industry in the 2000s 20 Mar. 2009
By Jeff Jones - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
If Todd Gitlin helped us understand the TV industry in the 1980s, and John Caldwell in the 1990s, Lotz's book is the defining book about the state of the industry in the 2000s. Superbly researched and written. Will be assigned in many a TV Studies classroom. The book is largely focused on prime-time, but Lotz has a follow-up edited collection coming out this summer that looks outside those programming hours. A must-read for anyone wanting to understand the industry amidst such revolutionary changes.
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HASH(0x941fe99c) out of 5 stars Fantastic aid for the classroom, and intelligent read about the current state of television. 3 Jan. 2010
By B. Goebel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The amazing thing here is that it remains current although the media are changing rapidly. I have since become interested in Lotz's other works and they are equally intelligent, well written and researched and aid me in my teaching of contemporary media studies courses.
Wether you teach, research or are simply interested in the business facets of television, this book should not be missing on your book shelves.
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