FlowTV is a critical forum on television and media culture published biweekly by the Department of Radio, Television, and Film at the University of Texas at Austin.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Global Television and Globalizing Television Studies (Panel #13)

Panel Columnists: Shanti Kumar (University of Texas at Austin), Joseph Straubhaar (University of Texas at Austin)
Participants: Serra Tinic (University of Alberta), Vinicius Navarro (Methodist University of Sao Paolo)
Moderator: Sharon Shahaf

Question: Globalization has touched everything except television studies. How do we change this? What role should and could considerations of globalization play in the study of television? How might International Communications theories (from social science roots) and cultural studies (from humanities roots) examine the globalization of television? What are the contributions and limitations of these approaches? Does the globalization of television studies require new approaches to media studies scholarship?


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