Год издания: 2007
Издатель: McFarland & Company
Количество страниц: 448
В продаже с 18.01.2012
Как только книга Canadian Television Programming Made for the United States Market: A History with Production and Broadcast Data станет доступна для заказа в одном из интернет-магазинов, Вам на e-mail будет отправлено уведомление.Укажите e-mail для связи:
At the 1939 World's Fair and the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), RCA introduced and promoted a novelty known as television. Two decades later, this technology was well on its way to permeating virtually every home in America and Canada as well, spawning a growing, thriving industry in the process. Canada's two official languages (English and French), easy transborder reception of U.S. broadcast television stations, and an overall television market approximately one tenth the size of the United States historically impeded the growth of Canada's television production sector. This situation led Canadian producers, directors, writers, performers, and other creative and technical personnel to increasingly turn their eyes - and their talent - to the international market. Canadians who had played a significant role in America's entertainment industry since the silent era, turned to their southern neighbor as the most natural market for their creative endeavors. With a mix of...