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Television beyond and across the Iron Curtain /

edited by Kirsten Bönker, Julia Obertreis and Sven Grampp.

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Names: Bönker, Kirsten, | Obertreis, Julia, | Grampp, Sven,
Published: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
Topics: Television - Soviet Union - History. | Television broadcasting - Social aspects - Europe, Eastern. | Television and politics - Europe, Eastern.
Regions: Europe, Eastern. | Soviet Union.
Genres: History.
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245 00|aTelevision beyond and across the Iron Curtain /|cedited by Kirsten Bönker, Julia Obertreis and Sven Grampp.
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505 00|gI.|tTransnational perspectives and media events.|tLooking east--watching west? On the asymmetrical interdependencies of Cold War European communication spaces /|rAndreas Fickers ;|tCampaigning against West Germany: East German television coverage of the Eichmann trial /|rJudith Keilbach ;|tWatching television, picturing outer space and observing the observer beyond: the first manned moon landing as seen on East and West German television /|rSven Grampp --|gII.|tTelevision and popular culture: films and serials.|tBetween crossbow and ball gown, east and west: class and gender in the cult film Three wishes for Cinderella (Tři ořišky pro Popelku/Drei Haselnüsse für Aschenbrödel) /|rHannah Mueller ;|tThe socialist family sitcom: theatre at home (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1972-Republic of Serbia 2007) /|rNevena Daković and Aleksandra Milovanović ;|tConceptualizing class and the nuclear family when All men are bastards: Dmitrii Fiks' The Balzac age /|rTheodora Trimble ;|tRashid Nugmanov's film Igla (The needle): 'televisioned' cinema? /|rMaria Zhukova --|gIII.|tTelevision and the transgressing of language borders.|tTV as a linguistic issue in Yugoslavian Slovenia: a brief chronology from the 1960s to the 1980s /|rLucia Gaja Scuteri ;|t"magic apparatus" and "Window to the foreign world"? The impact of televsion and foreign broadcasts on society and state-society relations in socialist Albania /|rIdrot Idrizi --|gIV. The future of television beyond the Iron Curtain /|rJames Schwoch.
520 |aFrom the mid-1950s onwards, the rise of television as a mass medium took place in many East and West European countries. As the most influential mass medium of the Cold War, television triggered new practices of consumption and media production, and of communication and exchange on both sides of the Iron Curtain. This volume leans on the long-neglected fact that, even during the Cold War era, television could easily become a cross-border matter. As such, it brings together transnational perspectives on convergence zones, observations, collaborations, circulations and interdependencies between Eastern and Western television. In particular, the authors provide empirical ground to include socialist television within a European and global media history. Historians and media, cultural and literary scholars take interdisciplinary perspectives to focus on structures, actors, flow, contents or the reception of cross-border television. Their contributions cover Albania, the CSSR, the GDR, Russia and the Soviet Union, Serbia, Slovenia and Yugoslavia, thus complementing Western-dominated perspectives on Cold War mass media with a specific focus on the spaces and actors of East European communication. Last but not least, the volume takes a long-term perspective crossing the fall of the Iron Curtain, as many trends of the post-socialist period are linked to, or pick up, socialist traditions --|cUnknown source.
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