A European Television Fiction Renaissance: Premium Production Models and Transnational Circulation (Routledge Advances in Television Studies) (Hardcover)

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By Luca Barra (Editor), Massimo Scaglioni (Editor)
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This book maps the landscape of contemporary European premium television fiction, offering a detailed overview of both the changes in the digital production and distribution and the emergence of specific national and transnational case histories.

Combining a media-production approach with a textual and audience analysis, the volume offers a complex, stratified, systemic view of ongoing aesthetic, sociocultural and industrial developments in contemporary European TV. With contributions from leading experts in the field, the book first offers an overview of the industrial, policy and cultural context for the renaissance of European television drama over the past decade, based on original comparative research. This research is then supported by case study chapters from the key contexts within which quality European television is being produced, offering a complex and complete picture of the industry's strengths and limitations, its traditions and trends, its constraints and future perspectives.

A European Television Fiction Renaissance is a must-read book for TV scholars working across Europe and beyond in the areas of media studies, international communications and television studies, media industries studies, production studies, European studies, and media policy studies as well as for those with an interest in television drama, Netflix, globalisation, pay TV and on demand.



Product Details
ISBN: 9780367345402
ISBN-10: 0367345404
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: November 30th, 2020
Pages: 308
Language: English
Series: Routledge Advances in Television Studies