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Transnational European Television Drama

Production, Genres and Audiences

  • Ib Bondebjerg
  • Eva Novrup Redvall
  • Rasmus Helles
  • Signe Sophus Lai
  • Henrik Søndergaard
  • Cecilie Astrupgaard

Part of the Palgrave European Film and Media Studies book series (PEFMS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 1-21
  3. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 23-48
  4. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 49-77
  5. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 79-97
  6. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 99-128
  7. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 129-152
  8. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 153-182
  9. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 183-222
  10. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 223-255
  11. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 257-295
  12. Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Signe Sophus Lai, Henrik Søndergaard, Cecilie Astrupgaard
    Pages 297-310
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 311-318

About this book

Introduction

This book deals with the role of television drama in Europe as enabler of transnational, cultural encounters for audiences and the creative community. It demonstrates that the diversity of national cultures is a challenge for European TV drama but also a potential richness and source of creative variation. Based on data on the production, distribution and reception of recent TV drama from several European countries, the book presents a new picture of the transnational European television culture. The authors analyse main tendencies in television policy and challenges for national broadcasters coming from new global streaming services. Comparing cases of historical, contemporary and crime drama from several countries, this study shows the importance of creative co-production and transnational mediated cultural encounters between national cultures of Europe.

Keywords

television drama in Europe European television transnational television mediated cultural encounters national cultures in Europe European television drama European drama TV production in Europe TV distribution creative co-production national cultures

Authors and affiliations

  • Ib Bondebjerg
    • 1
  • Eva Novrup Redvall
    • 2
  • Rasmus Helles
    • 3
  • Signe Sophus Lai
    • 4
  • Henrik Søndergaard
    • 5
  • Cecilie Astrupgaard
    • 6
  1. 1.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  2. 2.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  3. 3.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  4. 4.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  5. 5.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  6. 6.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark

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