VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 5 (2016), 9

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VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 5 (2016), 9.
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TV Formats and Format Research: Theory, methodology, history and new developments


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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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Hilversum, The Netherlands 2016: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
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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 Journal of European Television History and Culture Postbus 1060 1200BB Hilversum

VIEW Issue 9: TV Formats and Format Research: Theory, methodology, history and new developments

During the last 15 years format research has grown into a notable, distinct field of academic investigation alongside the dramatic expansion of the trade in TV formats.

This special issue of VIEW builds on existing format scholarship to deepen our understanding of the history and the continuing growth of the TV format business from a European perspective

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

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

Zitation
VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 5 (2016), 9. in: H-Soz-Kult, 05.10.2016, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-9905>.
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