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Oprah Winfrey and the Glamour of Misery: An Essay on Popular Culture

by Eva Illouz Columbia University Press (November 05, 2003)

-- Amy B. Jordan, Director of the Media and the Developing Mind Sector, Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania


NPR: The Trials and Triumphs of National Public Radio

by Michael P. McCauley Columbia University Press (June 14, 2005)

The people who shaped America’s public broadcasting system thought it should be "a civilized voice in a civilized community"—a clear alternative to commercial broadcasting. This book tells the story of how...


Viewers Like You: How Public TV Failed the People

by Laurie Ouellette Columbia University Press (September 17, 2002)

How "public" is public television if only a small percentage of the American people tune in on a regular basis? When public television addresses "viewers like you," just who are you? Despite the current of frustration...


Up from Invisibility: Lesbians, Gay Men, and the Media in America

by Larry Gross Columbia University Press (December 26, 2001)

A half century ago gay men and lesbians were all but invisible in the media and, in turn, popular culture. With the lesbian and gay liberation movement came a profoundly new sense of homosexual community and...


Viewers Like You: How Public TV Failed the People

by Laurie Oullette Columbia University Press (July 24, 2012)

How "public" is public television if only a small percentage of the American people tune in on a regular basis? When public television addresses "viewers like you," just who are you? Despite the current of frustration...


Up from Invisibility: Lesbians, Gay Men, and the Media in America

by Larry Gross Columbia University Press (December 26, 2001)

A half century ago gay men and lesbians were all but invisible in the media and, in turn, popular culture. With the lesbian and gay liberation movement came a profoundly new sense of homosexual community and...


The Presidential Debates: Fifty Years of High Risk TV

by Alan Schroeder Columbia University Press (July 03, 2008)

Alan Schroeder's popular history now covers the 2000 Bush-Gore and 2004 Bush-Kerry debates, including innovations in format and press coverage, and adds new research on televised debates since 1960. Schroeder...


CBS's Don Hollenbeck: An Honest Reporter in the Age of McCarthyism

by Loren Ghiglione Columbia University Press (October 06, 2008)

Loren Ghiglione recounts the fascinating life and tragic suicide of Don Hollenbeck, the controversial newscaster who became a primary target of McCarthyism's smear tactics. Drawing on unsealed FBI records, private...


The Columbia History of American Television

by Gary Edgerton Columbia University Press (October 12, 2007)

Richly researched and engaging, The Columbia History of American Television tracks the growth of TV into a convergent technology, a global industry, a social catalyst, a viable art form, and a complex and dynamic...


Journalism and New Media

by John V. Pavlik Columbia University Press (June 27, 2001)

Ubiquitous news, global information access, instantaneous reporting, interactivity, multimedia content, extreme customization: Journalism is undergoing the most fundamental transformation since the rise of the...


Engaging the Past: Mass Culture and the Production of Historical Knowledge

by Alison Landsberg Columbia University Press (June 02, 2015)

Reading films, television dramas, reality shows, and virtual exhibits, among other popular texts, Engaging the Past examines the making and meaning of history for everyday viewers. Contemporary media can encourage...