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"TV Formats and Format Research : Theory, methodology, history and new developments"

VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture

Vol. 5, n° 9, 2016. Coord. : John Ellis, Andrea Esser, Juan Francisco Gutiérrez Lozano

Editorial - John Ellis, Andrea Esser, Juan Francisco Gutiérrez Lozano

Discoveries

Transforming ‘Female’ Programmes : Don’t Tell the Bride from International TV to Italian Digital Channels for Women – Cecilia Penati

Remembering Operación Triunfo : a Latin Music Reality Show in the Era of Talent Shows – Paola Savini

Rising Star : a Game-Changing Format in a Dying Genre. The Highs and Lows of a Format’s Birth – Merav Schiffmann

Will the Sun Rise ? Japan’s Limited Role in the Global Format Business – Takeshi Murakoshi

Explorations

Television Format As a Site of Cultural Negotiation : Studying the Structures, Agencies and Practices of Format Adaptation – Heidi Keinonen

Measuring Transnationalism : Comparing TV Formats using Digital Tools – Edward Larkey, Landry Digeon, Ibrahim Er

Aesthetic Proximity : the Role of Stylistic Programme Elements in Format Localisation – Jolien van Keulen

Meet the Predators : the Branding Practices behind Dragons’ Den, Shark Tank, and Höhle der Löwen – Sabine Baumann, Ulrike Rohn

Critically Acclaimed and Cancelled : FX’s The Bridge, Channel as Brand and the Adaptation of Scripted TV Formats – Michael L. Wayne

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