ACF703 - Fractured TV: Audiences, Formats, Technology and Regulation
|Year||2016 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne)|
ACM714 Fractured TV: Audiences, Formats, Technology and Regulation
This unit examines key drivers influencing television and its role in the media landscape. Through the lens of technology and technological determinism, regulatory systems, audience behaviour, trans media and the rise of global TV formats, students will understand how television is changing and the implications for television program forms and production.
Assignment 1: Report and debate, 40%, 2000 words equivalent
Assignment 2: Case study, 60%, 3000 words
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