Audiencemaking: How the Media Create the Audience / Edition 1

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Overview

This provocative book shows how media institutions define their audiences and how these definitions shape the work of organizations within them. Leading scholars show that the audience definitions-in-use in each sector shape modern media. Receivers, they argue, are constituted as institutionally-effective audiences that have social meaning and//or economic value within the system. These include measured audiences, generated by research services, sold by media channels and bought by advertisers; specialized or segmented audiences whose particular interests are anticipated or created and then met by content producers; and hypothesized audiences whose interest, convenience and necessity are presumably protected by regulators.

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Table of Contents

The Money Arrow - James S Ettema and D Charles Whitney
An Introduction to Audiencemaking
Victim, Consumer or Commodity? Models of the Audience in Communication Policy - James G Webster and Patricia F Phalen
Producing Children's Television Programs - Ellen A Wartella
Made-To-Order and Standardized Audiences - Peter V Miller
Forms of Reality in Audience Measurement
Power to the People (Meter) - Beth E Barnes and Lynne M Thomson
Audience Measurement Technology and Media Specialization
The Changing Infrastructure of Public Opinion - Susan Herbst and James R Beniger
One-Way Flows and the Economics of Audiencemaking - Steven S Wildman
The Stock Market as Audience - Paul M Hirsch and Tracy A Thompson
The Impact of Public Ownership on Newspapers
The Role of the Audience in the Production of Culture - Muriel Goldsman Cantor
A Personal Research Retrospective
Measured Markets and Unknown Audiences - Richard A Peterson
Case Studies from the Production and Consumption of Music
The Audience at Home - Marsha Siefert
The Early Recording Industry and the Marketing of Musical Taste
The Vaudeville Circuit - Robert W Synder
A Prehistory of the Mass Audience

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