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Digital food TV : the cultural place of food in a digital era / Michelle Phillipov.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023.
116 pages ; 23 cm.
Food on television
Routledge focus on television studies
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"This book explores the new theoretical and political questions raised by food TV's digital transformation. Bringing together analyses of food media texts and platform infrastructures - from streaming and catch-up TV to YouTube and Facebook food videos - it shows how new textual conventions, algorithmic practices and market logics have redrawn the boundaries of food TV and altered the cultural place of food, and food media, in a digital era. With case studies of new and rerun television and emerging online genres, Digital Food TV considers what food television means at the current moment - a time when on-screen digital content is rapidly proliferating and televisual platforms and technologies are undergoing significant change. This book will appeal to students and scholars of food studies, television studies and digital media studies"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Re-reading televisual flow: the politics of reruns on catch-up television
Streaming reality: neoliberal subjectivities and aspirational labour in Netflix food programming
Affect switches: affective capture and market logics in online food videos
Technologies of intimacy: reimagining broadcast food TV during the pandemic
Conclusion: TV and the politics of digital food.
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