Creativity, Culture and Commerce:: Producing Australian Children’s Television with Public Value
Since the late 1970s, Australia has nurtured a creative and resilient children’s television production sector with a global reputation for excellence. Creativity, Culture and Commerce explores the creative, economic, regulatory and technological factors shaping the production of contemporary Australian children’s television for digital regimes. Charting the complex new settlements in children’s television that developed from 2001–2014, the book investigates the challenges inherent in producing culturally specific content for global markets.
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