Monthly Archives: June 2008

What is the ‘everyday’ of everyday television?

I was reading Patrice Petro’s Aftershocks of the New (2002) this morning since I’m working on a paper about distraction and boredom and I came across this: …this collection hopes to contribute to the larger task of restoring richness, complexity … Continue reading

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Guy Rundle and Nazi Television

Guy Rundle is without doubt the one of the finest political and cultural commentator/journalists working today. His coverage of the US elections for the Australian electronic magazine Crikey is worth the price of subscription alone. A couple of things he’s … Continue reading

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Peter Oborne: the finest voice in broadcasting

Sound can be crucial to our experience of screen: it can extend textures and meaning, deepen space, enhance or question the sense of what we see. As a regular radio listener (although it has to be said my consumption of … Continue reading

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