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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Liveness and Recording in the Media Radio and television are often thought of and valued as live media The great innovation and distinctive appeal of radio and television was to introduce the phenomenon of liveness into mass communication So why does so much broadcast output consist of programmes that are pre recorded and or time shifted consumed by the audience after they have been transmitted .
b Liveness and Recording in the Media b asks some crucial questions about the relationship between liveness and recording such as why do we value liveness so highly And why despite this do we so often consume pre recorded media It also provides some unexpected answers about the meaning of the liveness and recording their significance not only for television and radio but also for popular music and the complexity of the relationship between liveness and recording as determined by the rise of serial programmes .
The book cites well known examples of broadcast output and makes extensive use of BBC One as a fascinating case study Setting television and radio in the context of other media it traces the history of liveness and recording ascribing the rise of the serial programmes to the relationship between the two Andrew Crisell Professor of Broadcasting Studies at the Media Centre University of Sunderland explores an topical issue in a lively accessible and engaging way Palgrave Macmillan