Less popular but more democratic? Corrie, Clarkson and the dancing Cru
Hartley, John (2009) Less popular but more democratic? Corrie, Clarkson and the dancing Cru. In Turner, Graeme & Tay, Jinna (Eds.) Television Studies After TV : Understanding Television in the Post-Broadcast Era. Routledge, London ; New York, pp. 20-30.
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The central cultural experience of modernity has been change, both the ‘creative destruction’ of existing structures, and the growth, often exponential, of new knowledge. During the twentieth century, the central cultural platform for the collective experience of modernising societies changed too, from page and stage to the screen – from publishing, the press and radio to cinema, television and latterly computer screens. Despite the successive dominance of new media, none has lasted long at the top. The pattern for each was to give way to a successor platform in popularity, but to continue as part of an increasingly crowded media menu. Modern media are supplemented not supplanted by their successors.
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