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Danish TV Industry Urged to ‘Embrace Change’
TV festival 2014 c The annual TV festival in Denmark had sessions on ‘the sinking flagships’ and how to survive ‘the TV apocalypse’, but the overall headline for the event was how to ‘embrace change’. Eva Novrup Redvall reports. As argued by production studies scholars such as John Thornton Caldwell one can learn a lot from studying industry’s ‘deep texts’ and from observing how practitioners discuss their work lives and ...
Marketing Channel 4′s The Returned/Les Revenants
The Returned Fig 1 Channel 4′s promotion of The Returned/Les Revenants was a bit more fun than most foreign language drama ad campaigns. Were audiences turned on? Sarah Arnold reports. In May 2013, The Guardian announced Channel 4’s latest TV drama The Returned with the headline “Channel 4 aims to make a killing with subtitled French Drama,” adding: “The broadcaster’s first foreign-language drama series in 20 years features zombies, ...
MeCETES Team Meeting, University of Copenhagen
(Photo: MeCETES Team Meeting, University of Copenhagen, March 14, 2014) The MeCETES team held their second full project meeting at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 14, 2014. (Photo: MeCETES Team Meeting, University of Copenhagen, March 14, 2014) The full-day meeting gave the Brussels, Copenhagen and York teams a chance to discuss progress, present initial findings, and plan our forthcoming activities, including our end-of-year workshop in September 2014.
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