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Title: German advertisement for the film industry.
Printed by: Sator Werbe Verlag, Hamburg, c. 1960
Medium: colour litho
Artist: Fenneker, Josef (1895-1956) 

 

With regards to Film and Television History “…in practical terms it is not possible to do justice to both subjects in one course as there would simply be too much material to cover. However, this does not mean that television history is of less worth than film history.

While it may have been neglected in the past, partly because of its status as a low-brow or popular medium and partly because of the lack of source material, television history as a subject is now gaining recognition within academic circles.

This means that television history today is at about the same developmental stage as film history was some twenty-five to thirty years ago.

The little that has been written on television history to date tends to be in one of three categories: institutional history; the nature of the television audience; and close analysis of television texts…” (Extract taken from AA310 Film & Television History course).  

For example, the ‘Student and Tutor Dynamics’, as seen below by video features on the topic and the relevant Film Listing on the subject.

 

THE STUDENT & TUTOR DYNAMIC  

Related blog posting: The Networked Student.

 

INTRODUCTION

  

 

For Example: see Film Listing.


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