- On 1 October 2019
The international conference Television Forms and Platforms, convened by Marta Boni, regular member of GRAFICS, situates thinking about television at the crossroads of several disciplines, welcoming contributions from media history and theory and from narrative, aesthetic, sociological, economic, genetic (the study of scenarios and forms of writing, including transmedial writing) and reception studies, in order to pose questions around the complex changes being experienced in television and television studies today.
Specialists will present case studies on television forms and platforms and, collectively, will contribute to advancing our understanding of the ways in which each of these dimensions is concretely intertwined with the others. Particular phenomena should thus not be read independently; rather, special attention will be paid to contributions capable of examining their causes through reference to several aspects, whether these be narrative, commercial, institutional or cultural.
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Program of the international conference Television Forms and Platforms in the Digital Age: Narratives, Audiences, Technologies