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Time on TV

Temporal Displacement and Mashup Television

Paul Booth

«It’s about time we got a book about television temporality, and Paul Booth does a wonderful job delivering it. A great read that takes a refreshingly innovative approach to television analysis.» (Jonathan Gray, Author of ‘Television Entertainment ’; Co-author of ‘Television Studies’)
«‘Time on TV’ is a preemptive sequel to my own book on Complex TV, even before that book was published. But through Booth’s analysis of temporality, memory, and networking, this chronology seems somehow possible and even appropriate! Regardless of what sort of time travel he may have used to write it, this book connects television aesthetics with shifts in digital media and participatory culture through compelling analyses that should resonate across multiple timeframes.» (Jason Mittell, Middlebury College, Author of ‘Television and American Culture’)

«It’s about time we got a book about television temporality, and Paul Booth does a wonderful job delivering it. A great read that takes a refreshingly innovative approach to television analysis.» (Jonathan Gray, Author of ‘Television Entertainment ’; Co-author of ‘Television Studies’)
«‘Time on TV’ is a preemptive sequel to my own book on Complex TV, even before that book was published. But through Booth’s analysis of temporality, memory, and networking, this chronology seems somehow possible and even appropriate! Regardless of what sort of time travel he may have used to write it, this book connects television aesthetics with shifts in digital media and participatory culture through compelling analyses that should resonate across multiple timeframes.» (Jason Mittell, Middlebury College, Author of ‘Television and American Culture’)