Prime Time Animation Television Animation and American Culture
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Description: This is a new & original survey of television animation, which provides a full introduction to the historic & contemporary significance of animated programming. Why did it take 20 years from the axing of 'The Flintstones' before animation once again hit prime time with 'The Simpsons'?
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publication date: 4/18/2003
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Table of Contents|
|List of Images|
|Prime Time Animation|
|'Smarter than the Average Art Form': Animation in the Television Era Paul Wells|
|The Great Saturday Morning Exile: Scheduling Cartoons on Television's Periphery in the 1960s Jason Mittell|
|Re-Drawing the Bottom Line Allen Larson|
|Flintstones to Futurama: Networks and Prime Time Animation|
|Synergy Nirvana: Brand Equity, Television Animation, and Cartoon Network Kevin Sandler|
|The Digital Turn: Animation in the Age of Information Technologies|
|Back to the Drawing Board: The Family in Animated Television Comedy|
|From Fred and Wilma to Ren and Stimpy: What Makes a Cartoon Prime Time ?|
|'We Hardly Watch that Rude, Crude Show:' Class and Taste in The Simpsons|
|Misery Chick: Irony, Alienation, and Animation in MTV's|
|'What Are Those Little Girls Made Of?' The Power Puff Girls and Consumer Culture|
|'Oh My God, They Digitized Kenny!' Travels in the South Park Cybercommunity|
|List of Contributors|