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TV Like Us

TV Like Us

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Published by Omar Willey
Amidst the current technological and social changes, does television hold the kind of relevance it once did? The second book in the Reaktio series, TV Like Us, brings together artists, researchers and technologists working with community TV in Finland, Britain and Ireland to explore this question. The texts show that the thing called ‘television' still holds a potent grip on our collective imaginations and that community TV is fast becoming a key player in the changing broadcasting landscape.
Amidst the current technological and social changes, does television hold the kind of relevance it once did? The second book in the Reaktio series, TV Like Us, brings together artists, researchers and technologists working with community TV in Finland, Britain and Ireland to explore this question. The texts show that the thing called ‘television' still holds a potent grip on our collective imaginations and that community TV is fast becoming a key player in the changing broadcasting landscape.

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Published by: Omar Willey on Apr 09, 2013
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Reaktio #2
TV LIKE US
is a publication on community,media and art in the city edited byHanna Harris with Suvi Kukkonen,Olli-Matti Nykänen and Jenni Tuovinen.
 
Reaktio is a publication series launched in December 2011 tocelebrate the twentieth anniversary of The Finnish Institutein London. The books in this series are reactions to contempo-rary critical issues, they pose questions and offer commentary.These books contain seeds for debate and provoke action; theyare books to think with and books to act on. At the back of thebook we have left space for you to make your own notes. Whatdo you think?
—Raija Koli 
, Series Editor

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