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From Radio Programmes to Television: Effects of Remediation (by the Example of Development of TV Broadcasting in the USSR in the Late 1940s – 1960s)

Student: Galina Sireneva

Supervisor: Victoria O. Vasileva

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Visual Culture (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2016

Remediation is a process accompanying the formation of any new medium. The process of information transfer occur in different directions, using various technological devices. Information is required in modern e-society, and is sometimes most valuable resource. Despite the increasing complexity of technical equipment, often form the broadcast message is not changing, only the method of its transmission. Such processes are becoming increasingly common in modern society, the tendency of which is the desire for a more personalized presentation of information. Because of species diversity and contradictory nature of remediation is difficult to track the first case in the case of radio and television. Whatever the process of remediation is not only a cultural product technical evolution associated with the emergence of new media, it is also the embodiment of social and cultural factors of the environment, which is modern society, aesthetic perception and incorporadora technologies that "extend" the capabilities of the individual, the element of cultural capital and much more.

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