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(Cross-listed as FMS 165) Examines how new technologies and shifting viewing habits are transforming television; how storytelling is changing in light of TV's industrial and technological evolution and our global, networked, media environment; and how contemporary viewing habits are reshaping our theories of audiences, styles, and viewing pleasures. Focuses on story creation, changing genres, programming conventions and global trends, shifting technologies, social media, TV fans, and streaming content, and how all these influence television narratives and our media culture.

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  • School of Arts & Sciences