VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 2 (2013), 4

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VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 2 (2013), 4.
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Hidden Professions of Television


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*Editors-in-chief* John Ellis, Royal Holloway College / University of London; Andreas Fickers, Université du Luxembourg; Sonja de Leeuw, Utrecht University *Managing editor* Dana Mustata, University of Groningen *Language Editor* Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research *Editorial board* Christoph Classen, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung, Germany; Anikό Imre, University of Southern California, USA; Juan Francisco Gutiérrez Lozano, Universidad de Malaga, Spain; Mette Charis Buchman, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Denmark; Mari Pajala, University of Turku, Finland; Jérôme Bourdon, University of Tel Aviv, Israel; Cathy Johnson, Nottingham University, United Kingdom; András Bálint Kovács, ELTE University, Hungary; Claude Mussou, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, France; Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research, United Kingdom; Massimo Scaglioni, Catholic University of Milan, Italy; Pelle Snickars, Umeå University, Sweden; Liam Wylie, RTÉ Archives, Ireland *Publishing Support* Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands
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*Editors-in-chief* John Ellis, Royal Holloway College / University of London; Andreas Fickers, Université du Luxembourg; Sonja de Leeuw, Utrecht University *Managing editor* Dana Mustata, University of Groningen *Language Editor* Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research *Editorial board* Christoph Classen, Centre for Contemporary History, Germany; Anikό Imre, University of Southern California, USA; Juan Francisco Gutiérrez Lozano, Universidad de Malaga, Spain; Mette Charis Buchman, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Denmark; Mari Pajala, University of Turku, Finland; Jérôme Bourdon, University of Tel Aviv, Israel; Cathy Johnson, Nottingham University, United Kingdom; András Bálint Kovács, ELTE University, Hungary; Claude Mussou, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, France; Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research, United Kingdom; Massimo Scaglioni, Catholic University of Milan, Italy; Pelle Snickars, Umeå University, Sweden; Liam Wylie, RTÉ Archives, Ireland *Publishing Support* Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands
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VIEW Issue 4: Hidden Professions of Television

We know little about the ‘behind the scenes’ of television. While the booming field of production studies has been shining a light on the work processes and the personnel in production spaces, there is still a lot to be learnt about the ‘hidden’ professions of television. This issue of VIEW provides a rich but fairly eclectic series of contributions based on the theme. The articles presented here bring under scrutiny the ‘behind the scenes’ activities of television and their hidden, often unrecognised and uncelebrated personnel and processes. They engage across a wide range of organisational, administrative and technical activities that have played their understated, often ‘invisible’ part in the historical formation and development of television.

Just like in the previous issues, articles in this issue are divided across two separate sections: ‘Discoveries’ that zoom into the ‘behind the scenes’ of specific programmes and broadcasters and use innovative and original sources; and ‘Explorations’ that shine a light on different professions of television: from the continuity announcers, to the 1st AD, to the TV retailer or audience interpreters.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial
Andy O'Dwyer, Tim O'Sulivan

Discoveries

Revealing Television's Analogue Heroes
Vanessa Jackson

Behind the Scenes: Costume Design for Television
Gamze Toylan

Doing it Live! Planning and Preparing for a Live Drama Episode: A Case Study of 'The Bill' (ITV, 2005)
Joanna MacDonnell

Whatever Happened to Vera?
Jo Henderson

Explorations

In-Vision Continuity Announcers: Performing an Identity for Early Television in Europe
Sonja de Leeuw, Dana Mustata

Rational Wizards: Audience Interpreters in French Television
Jérôme Bourdon, Cécile Méadel

An Unknown, but Key Player in the Television Market: The Television Retailer and the Case of Black and White TV Sets in France (1950–1987)
Isabelle Gaillard

Hid(ing) Media Professionals: Constructing and Contesting the 1st AD
Daniel Ashton, Nic Jeune

Invisible Mediations: The Role of Adaptation and Dubbing Professionals in Shaping US TV for Italian Audiences
Luca Barra

Writing Games: Continuity and Change in the Design and Development of Quiz Shows in Italy
Massimo Scaglioni, Axel Fiacco

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VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 2 (2013), 4. in: H-Soz-Kult, 01.02.2016, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-9468>.
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