Television content comes in many forms and genres, ranging from news programs to episodes of soap operas. Nevertheless, underneath the variety of content lies a foundation of production routines that are mostly similar, disregarding the actual genre. The entry provides an overview of the general television production routines not only from an organizational point of view but also from the view of post-Marxist theory.

Television Production: Organizational Perspective

The production of television content is a complex process with a variety of influences on different levels. Nevertheless, among this variety of influences on the production process, some underlying fault lines can be found, which are constitutive of the general production process that is independent from the actual program. The influences can be found on macro-, meso-, and microstructural ...

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