Monthly Archives: August 2012

Whose cuisine will reign supreme? Iron Chef

Back in year seven and eight when I had nothing better to do on a Saturday night, my sister and I would watch Iron Chef: Japan. Created in 1993, Iron Chef is a cooking competition on which cooks from all … Continue reading

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Transmedia and The Webisode

Television is no longer the easy medium to define that once was. Today, the convergence of television with the Internet, and other digital innovations has brought a whole new understanding of what television is. The Internet can be seen to … Continue reading

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Live television ‘the extraordinary and the everyday’

This week we looked at the role of television broadcasting in the construction of the nation. Television allows public values to “penetrate the private world of the residence, with the world of the house being integrated into the metaphor of … Continue reading

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