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eBook TV Creators: Conversations with America's Top Producers of Television Drama (Television and Popular Culture) ePub

by James Longworth

  • ISBN: 0815629532
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: James Longworth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Syracuse University Press; 2 edition (May 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1711 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1972 kb
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Longworth manages to get the top-notch TV creators he interviews to let down their guard and reveal what’s really on their mind. Deriding networks’ reliance on the pilot process, Dick Wolf recalls that nobody liked ER when they saw the pilot. Tom Fontana posits that if he’d created Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, She would have been raped by the second episode. Even more impressively, he gets his subjects to answer frankly.

James Longworth affords twelve outstanding creators of television drama an open, uncensored forum . A voting member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, he publishes On Call and has written articles for TV Guide and other television magazines.

James Longworth affords twelve outstanding creators of television drama an open, uncensored forum in which they discuss everything from their work ethic to the political and social issues affecting the television industry.

Producers of Television Drama Vol 2 (Television and Popular Culture) ) Made by James L Longworth About Books Meaningful dialogues with twelve of today s top writers and producers of quality television drama.

This books ( TV Creators: Conversations with America s Top Producers of Television Drama: Conversations with America s Top Producers of Television Drama Vol 2 (Television and Popular Culture) ) Made by James L Longworth About Books Meaningful dialogues with twelve of today s top writers and producers of quality television drama. TV Creators: Conversations with America s Top Producers of Television Drama: Conversations with America s Top Producers of Television Drama Vol 2 (Television and Popular Culture).

James L. Longworth, J. president of Longworth Communications, has produced television . president of Longworth Communications, has produced television documentaries and public affairs programs for thirty years. He serves as a judge for the prime time Emmy awards and is the author of TV Creators: Conversations with America's Top Producers of Television Drama (volume one).

Longworth, James . TV Creators: Conversations with America's Top Producers of Television Drama, 2 vols. Syracuse, 2000), vol. 1, p. 31. Pileggi, Nicholas, Wiseguy (New York, 1986). The New York Times on The Sopranos (New York, 2000), p. 47. Biskind, Peter, ‘The Family That Preys Together’, Vanity Fair, 13 March 2007. Lee, Mark, ‘Wise Guys: A Conversation between David Chase and Tom Fontana’, Written By, May 2007. Swanson, Carl, ‘Cussing and Fighting’, New York Magazine, 12 April 2004. Levine, Stuart, ‘ The Sopranos : David Chase Fesses Up’, Variety, 23 April 2008.

The book starts fine, with the history of journalists on fictional television. But even in the first chapter the author can't quite get it right. He lists what he claims are all the TV series about journalists through 1977, yet there are a number that are excluded. He says the producers wanted different directors so there would be different visual perspectives of the series-yet that again is one of the show's weakest elements, with oddball camera angles and no sense of visual cohesiveness from week to week. Namely, Douglass Daniel doesn't provide an objective view of the strengths and weaknesses of Lou Grant.

Aesthetics and quality in popular television drama. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 6 (1), 25-45. L. (2002). TV Creators: Conversations with America's Top Producers of Television Drama. Volume 2 (Vol. 2). Syracuse University Press

Aesthetics and quality in popular television drama. Gerbner, . Gross, . Signorielli, . & Morgan, M. (1980). Aging with television: Images on television drama and conceptions of social reality. Nio, . Sakti, . Neubig, . Toda, . Adriani, . & Nakamura, S. (2014). Developing non- goal dialog system based on examples of drama television.

IMDb, the world's most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content

IMDb, the world's most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content. On Saturday, Hollywood’s producers took center stage, with the Producers Guild of America Awards held at the Hollywood Palladium. While the ceremony celebrates both film and television, its reputation as a significant indicator in the Oscar Best Picture race often means that TV takes a backseat to its big screen brethren. All the same, the celebration featured seven TV categories, in addition to honoring several luminaries of the medium, among them Netflix’s Ted Sarandos and Grace and Frankie creator Marta Kauffman.

Interviews featured in Volume One include: Dick Wolf; David Chase; Ed Zwick; Steven Bochco; and John Wells. Interviews featured in Volume Two include: Aaron Sorkin; Aaron Spelling; Joss Whedon; and Anthony Zuiker.