Russian shows get self-exams

Holosworth, Nick
March 2011
Variety;3/7/2011, Vol. 422 Issue 4, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on audience research for television programs in Russia. A number of topics are addressed including the evaluation of pilot television programs, the activities of CTC Media, a Russian television research organization, and the limited use of focus groups for Russian television programming.


Related Articles

  • Spanish Television Genre Offer at The End of The Analogue Era. ARANA, Edorta // Zer: Revista de Estudios de Comunicacion;nov2013, Vol. 18 Issue 35, p299 

    By April 2010 the analogue television signal in Spain was switched off and that marked the end of a five decade television system. This article will make a recapitulation of that analogue TV program offer and put the basis for future researches that compare the programming paterns of both...

  • CTC snaps up Kazakh network. Birchenough, Tom // Variety;4/7/2008, Vol. 410 Issue 8, p30 

    This article focuses on CTC Media, the Russian television entertainment group. The article explains that the group plans to expand to include Kazakhstan's Channel 31. Included in the article is history on the CTC Media group, plans for Channel 31, and the television advertising market in Kazakhstan.

  • News programmes on Polish and foreign television (comparative analysis). Mrozowski, Maciej // Media Studies;2009, Issue 39, p1 

    This article presents the results of content analysis of news programmes broadcasted between 30.06-13.07.08 on four foreign (BBC One, TF 1, France 2, ZDF) and four Polish (TVP1, TVP2, TVN, Polsat) TV channels. The analysis includes programme setting (studio, newscaster, credits), the information...

  • Unity in diversity: Inculcating the concept of 1Malaysia through local television programmes. Mohamed Salleh, Sabariah // Journal of Asian Pacific Communication (John Benjamins Publishin;2013, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p183 

    1Malaysia concept is a vision to create a harmonious Malaysian society, which is vital for Malaysia to attain a successful and developed country status. The concept stresses on the acceptance and inclusion of other cultures within the Malaysian realm and unity is vital for a country with plural...

  • Meio século de RBS TV: a construção de uma identidade gaúcha para si e seu público. Machado, Alisson; Ternus, Carline; Tomazetti, Tainan Pauli; Ferreira Lisbôa Filho, Flavi // Ciberlegenda;2013, Vol. 2 Issue 29, p35 

    This article discusses how the selected news to tell 50 years of RBS TV (Rio Grande do Sul), in the program Globo Repórter, construct meanings about gaúcho identity that extends both for themselves, television channel, as to its audience. For this purpose, the theoretical and...

  • Uma história das Audiências das Telenovelas portuguesas e brasileiras em Portugal. Carriço Ferreira, Raquel Marques // Estudos em Comunicação;mai2014, Issue 15, p149 

    Soap operas are narratives known by its technique of affective involvement, appeal to the quotidian, repetitiveness and redundancy. It is a television genre with such popularity that many scholars considered it to be "the most popular genre of television in the world." In Portugal, similarly,...

  • PERCEPTION AND PREFERENCES OF PEOPLE REGARDING REALITY SHOWS -- A STUDY IN NAVSARI CITY OF GUJARAT. Pate, Zakirhusen; Soni, Mihir // Indian Streams Research Journal;Dec2013, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p1 

    The rising popularity of the reality shows on Indian television has added a new dimension to the production of TV programs. Most of the television shows which are being telecast nowadays are reality shows specializing in dancing, singing, and acting. Today's reality shows are rewriting our...

  • The Regionalization of Television Programs in East Asia - Korean TV Program -. Seung-Ho Cho; JingShu Jin // International Journal of Digital Content Technology & its Applic;Aug2013, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p342 

    This study analyzed the flow of South Korean television programs throughout East Asia. Recently, TV programs produced in Korea have begun to flow increasingly into other East Asian countries: China, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong . From the 1970's, the flow of television program in East Asian...

  • Sabotaging Reality: Exploring Canadian Women's Participation on Neoliberal Reality TV. Patterson, Natasha // Canadian Journal of Communication;2015, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p281 

    It has been argued that reality TV competition shows mirror the contemporary neoliberal workplace by devaluing and exploiting the labour performed by contestants, especially work that is tied to the feminine, such as managing emotions. This study expands on these recent debates about gender,...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics