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Arts1090 Research Essay Compose a research essay in response to one of the following questions; 1) Analyze the different temporalities of television as it moves from broadcast modes of distribution to on demand services like Netflix, Stan, etc. What does your analysis suggest about how television is changing as a “service ”and in its relationship to public life?

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Uberisation Netflix Internet television Binge-watching Marathon On-demand DVD-by-mail Hulu On Demand Legal issues and controversies surrounding Netflix Netflix April Fools' Day jokes
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We are still very much interested in television informing, educating, uplifting and entertaining, however it is the distribution method that viewers want differently. Television as a service has become an undeniably successful medium over the last 90 years which has continued to develop as technology evolved, however since the relatively recent introduction of on-demand services such as Netflix, Hulu, etc. the temporalities of television are radically challenged. Temporality, in modern terms, usually refers to our perception of time and our social organisation of time. However with the uprise of on demand services worldwide, any sort of temporal element within media is vanishing. “Unlike conventiona...
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