3 edition of Arab television industries found in the catalog.
Arab television industries
by Palgrave Macmillan on behalf of the British Film Institute in New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Marwan M. Kraidy and Joe F. Khalil.|
|Series||International screen industries|
|Contributions||Khalil, Joe F., British Film Institute.|
|LC Classifications||PN1992.3.A68 K73 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009047045|
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In recent years, Arab television has undergone a dramatic and profound transformation from terrestrial, government-owned, national channels to satellite, privately owned, transnational networks.
The latter is the Arab television that matters today, economically, socially and politically. The resulting pan-Arab industry is vibrant, diverse, and fluid - very different, the authors of this major.
Based on a wealth of primary Arabic language sources, interviews with Arab television executives, and the authors\' personal and professional experience with the industry, Arab Television Industries tells the story of that transformation, featuring compelling portraits of major players and institutions, and captures dominant trends in the industry.
Arab Television Industries is the new book by Marwan M. Kraidy, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication at Annenberg (with Joe F. Khalil, a doctoral candidate, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale).
The book captures the metamorphosis of Arab television from separate state-owned terrestrial channels to a vibrant, pan-Arab, commercial satellite industries, and explores the. 16 Mar New book by Prof.
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