The New Media Book (2002 ed.)

The New Media Book (2002 ed.)

By: Dan Harries (editor)Paperback

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What will prove to be the lasting impact of New Media on film and television? What kinds of transformations of moving image media are really already under way? The term 'new media' has become an effective catch word both as a description of the digital delivery of media via the Internet, DVD, and digital television and as a reference to the "newness" such technologies have brought to media more generally. And yet the nature of this transformation has been over-hyped and too little understood. The New Media Book provides an accessible, critical intervention into the field of moving image studies and features 20 newly commissioned and thought-provoking essays in a format designed to be of wide use to a range of courses in digital media, film and television studies. The book is divided into five thematic sections: Technologies, Production, Texts, Consumption, and Contexts and addresses how "new media" is both embracing and altering the existing media landscape. Topics discussed include the ways in which we interact with digital television, the changing methods of production, distribution, and exhibition within the media industry, and how the histories of traditional media have influenced the development of new media. The New Media Book examines the corresponding influences that 'traditional' media and 'new' media are having upon each other as well as revisiting central, continuing issues surrounding the moving image and the contexts in which all the media operate. The collected essays present and redefine these crucially important topics providing the most systematic analysis of both change and continuity in the contemporary media landscape yet published in the field of screen studies.

About Author

Dan Harries in Senior Lecturer in Film and Visual Culture at Middlesex University and is the author of Film Parody (2000) and co-author of Film and Video on the Internet (1996)

Contents

Section 1: Technologies 1.1 Cable, Satellite, and Digital Technologies Michele Hilmes (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA) 1.2 Digital Filming and Special Effects Sean Cubitt (University of Waikato, New Zealand) 1.3 CD and DVD Anne Friedberg (University of California, Irvine, USA) 1.4 The Internet and the World Wide Web Jeremy Butler (University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, USA) Section 2: Production 2.1 The Business of New Media John Caldwell (University of California, Los Angeles, USA) 2.2 The New Intertextual Commodity P. David Marshall (Northeastern University, USA) 2.3 Innovation, Piracy, and the Ethos of New Media Douglas Thomas (University of Southern California, USA) 2.4 Globalisation and Production Tom O' Regan (Griffith University, Australia) Section 3: Texts 3.1 The Impact of Digital Technologies on Film Aesthetics Michael Allen (Birkbeck College, University of London). 3.2 Narrative Equivocations Between Movies and Games Marsha Kinder (University of Southern California, USA) 3.3 Online Comics and the Reframing of the Moving Image Scott Bukatman (Stanford University, USA) 3.4 The Myths of Interactive Cinema Peter Lunenfeld (Art Center College of Design, USA) Section 4: Consumption 4.1 Interactive Audiences? Henry Jenkins (MIT, USA) 4.2 Watching the Internet Dan Harries (Middlesex University, UK) 4.3 Self, Other, and Electronic Media Tara McPherson (University of Southern California, USA) 4.4 The Future of Film Distribution and Exhibition Janet Wasko (University of Oregon, USA) Section 5: Contexts 5.1 Old Media as New Media: Cinema Lev Manovich (University of California, San Diego, USA) 5.2 Old Media as New Media: Television William Uricchio (MIT, USA) 5.3 New Media as Old Media: Cinema Jan Simons (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) 5.4 New Media as Old Media: Television William Boddy (Baruch College, CUNY, USA) Bibliography Online Resources Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780851709253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9780851709253
  • ISBN10: 0851709257
  • edition: 2002 ed.

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