MediaMutations 9 – 23/5

THE FORMAT FACTOR
International Conference – Bologna, 23-24 maggio 2017

 

  • Luca Barra and Paola Brembilla (Università di Bologna): Introduction
  • Jolien Van Keulen (Vrije University, Brussels): The Transnational TV Production Industry. A System of Connections and Exchanges
  • Paul Torre (University of Northern Iowa): The U.S. Market for Television Formats. Repurposed Content and Industry Lifecycles
  • Ira Wagman (Carleton University, Ottawa): Circulatory Histories of Canadian Television Networks in 1990s Latin America
  • Leora Hadas (University of Nottingham): Israel’s Global TV Creators. Industrial and Professional Narratives in a Format-Driven Industry
  • Marta Perrotta (Università Roma Tre): A Well-Oiled machine. Investigating the Italian Street Food Format “Unti e Bisunti”
  • Lauhona Ganguly (The New School, New York): Levels of Production in Transnational Television Formats. The Global, Local and Hyper-Local Levels of Making Indian Idol
  • Daniela Cardini (Università IULM, Milano): Art is a Format. The Challenging Story of an (Italian) Talent Show
  • Jérôme Bourdon (Tel Aviv University): Beyond Television. Theorizing the Format in Cultural History
  • Tobias Steiner (Universität Hamburg): Bron/Broen, the Pilot Episode as Space between Cultures, and (Re)Negotiations of Nordic Noir
  • Pia Majbritt Jensen (Aarhus University): “Original Good, Adaptation Bad”. Investigating the Deeper Reasons behind Australian Audience Preference for the Nordic Versions of Forbrydelsen and Bron/Broen
  • Sebnem Baran (University of Southern California): Crossing the Western Borders. The End as the Beginning of New Television Flows?
  • Deniz Berfin Ayaydin (Vrije University, Brussels): Is There a Community in Umutsuz Ev Kadinlari? The Reception of the Turkish Version of Desperate Housewives

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