Television, Social Media, and Fan Culture examines how fans use social media to engage with television programming, characters, and narrative as well as how television uses social media to engage fan cultures. The contributors review the history and impact of social media and television programming; analyze specific programs and the impact of related social media interactions; and scrutinize the past fan culture to anticipate how social media programming will develop in the future. The contributors explore a diverse array of television personalities, shows, media outlets, and fan activities in their analysis, including: Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Paula Deen; Community, Game of Thrones, Duck Dynasty, Toddlers and Tiaras, Talking Dead, Breaking Bad, Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Army Wives, The Newsroom, Doctor Who, Twin Peaks, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.; as well as ESPNas TrueHoop Network and Yahooas Ball Donat Lie; and cosplay.Daniel L. Wann, aThe Causes and Consequences of Sport Team Identification, a in Handbook of Sports and Media, ed. ... A Model Reflecting Sport Team Fansa#39; Responses to Highlights and Lowlights of a College Football Season, a Communication aamp; Sport (2013). 5. ... 2 (2014). 9. Galen Clavio, aSocial Media and the College Football Audience, a Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics 4 ( 2011). 10.
|Title||:||Television, Social Media, and Fan Culture|
|Author||:||Alison F. Slade, Amber J. Narro, Dedria Givens-Carroll|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2015-11-15|