Top 5 posts of 2013 on

Since launching this blog in the summer I’ve written 18 posts, had around 1000 pageviews, given three guest lectures, and supervised three final-year dissertations. Here are the top five posts so far: A typology for interactivity in TV What is B? Programmes as Platforms The strange case of Newbury and Maidenhead #DoctorWho and the Norwegian […]

A typology for interactivity in TV

Academics have offered a wide range of definitions of interactivity (Kiousis 2002). I prefer to follow the lead of Cover (2006, p.140) in defining interactivity as occurring when Content is affected, resequenced, altered, customized or renarrated in the interactive process of audiencehood. So an interactive show is defined as one in which the audience directly […]