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[eccr] Fwd: television conference

Tue Mar 04 13:50:29 GMT 2003

>please be advised of an upcoming conference, hosted by Goldsmiths 
>College's Department of Media and Communications:
>Saturday March 15th
>(a one day conference on what's new and what's not with television and 
>television scholarship)
>the conference is free, and is open to all faculty/staff and postgraduate 
>and research students
>however, would all those who wish to attend please RSVP to Jonathan Gray 
>at (media /at/
>schedule and paper info below:
>@ Goldsmiths College
>(Small Hall, Main Building, Lewisham Way)
>Saturday March 15th
>9.45 - 10.15 Registration, & Coffee available in Loafers coffee bar
>10.15 - 10.30 Introduction: David Morley (Goldsmiths College)
>10.30 - 12.30 Panel 1 - Global Television
>- Daya Thussu (Goldsmiths College): The Digital Revolution and the 
>Emerging Ethnic Mediascape
>- Tarik Sabry (University of Westminster): TV, Structures of Feeling and 
>Mental Emigration: The Case of Young Moroccans
>- Noureddine Miladi (University of Westminster): Al-Jazeera and the Arab 
>Global Public Sphere: Analysis of Two Programmes - Under Siege and
>Al-Jazeera's Pulpit
>- Rosser Johnson (University of Westminster): Advertising Intrusion into 
>the Editorial Mainstream: The Strange Case of New Zealand Television
>12.30 - 1.30 Lunch Break
>1.30 - 3.00 Panel 2 - Aspects of Genre and Format
>- Annette Hill (University of Westminster): Real TV: Television Audiences 
>and Factual Entertainment
>- Jonathan Gray (Goldsmiths College): Parodies, Previews, and the Porous 
>- Des Freedman (Goldsmiths College): Britain's Last Great Export Industry: 
>TV Formats
>3.00 - 3.30 Coffee Break
>3.30 - 5.00 Panel 3 - Contemporary Fandom
>- Matthew Hills (Cardiff University): The 'Mainstream Cult': Theorising 
>Television Fandom Through and Beyond Cult TV
>- Bertha Chin (Goldsmiths College): The Fan Fiction 'Industry' in Fandom
>- Will Brooker (Richmond University): Television Overflow in Theory and 
>5.00 - 5.15  Closing Discussion

Carpentier Nico (Phd)
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