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François Vallotton and Anne-Katrin Weber

Towards an Expanded History of Television


Methods

Keilbach, Judith; Stauff, Markus: When Old Media Never Stopped Being New. Television’s History as an Ongoing Experiment, in: Valck, Marijke de; Teurlings, Jan (Hg.): After the Break. Television Theory Today, Amsterdam 2013, S. 79–98. Online: <https://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/uploads/media/section/0001/01/c236e85d9292fff32ec5c00a6eec016827f048eb.pdf>.
Uricchio, William: Television’s First Seventy-five Years: The Interpretive Flexibility of a Medium in Transition, in: Kolker, Robert (Hg.): The Oxford Handbook of Film and Media Studies, Oxford 2008. Online: <http://web.mit.edu/uricchio/Public/pdfs/pdfs/oxford%20handbook.pdf>, Stand: 29.08.2019.
Müller, Jürgen: L’intermédialité, une nouvelle approche interdisciplinaire : perspectives théoriques et pratiques à l’exemple de la vision de la télévision, in: Cinémas : revue d’études cinématographiques / Cinémas: Journal of Film Studies 10 (2–3), 2000, S. 105–134. Online: <https://doi.org/10.7202/024818ar>.
Zielinski, Siegfried: Audiovisions : Cinema and Television as Entr’actes in History, 1999. Online: <https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/35096>, Stand: 30.08.2019.
Spigel, Lynn: La télévision dans le cercle de famille, in: Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales 113 (1), 1996, S. 40–55. Online: <https://doi.org/10.3406/arss.1996.3181>.
Fickers, Andreas: The Emergence of Television as a Conservative Media Revolution: Historicising a Process of Remediation in the Post-War Western European Mass Media Ensemble, in: Journal of Modern European History 10 (1), 01.02.2012, S. 49–75. Online: <https://orbilu.uni.lu/bitstream/10993/7616/1/The%20Emergence%20of%20Television%20as%20a%20Conservative%20Media%20Revolution.pdf>.
Bourdon, Jérôme: Is the End of Television Coming to an End?, in: VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 7 (13), 16.05.2018, S. 80–95. Online: <https://doi.org/10.18146/2213-0969.2018.jethc144>.
Ellis, John: How television used to be made. ADAPT: Researching the history of television production technology, <https://www.adapttvhistory.org.uk/>, Stand: 13.07.2021.
Lange, André: Histoire de la télévision, histv, 2018, <https://www.histv.net>, Stand: 27.07.2021.

Imaginaries

Balbi, Gabriele; Natale, Simone: Media and the Imaginary in History, in: Media History 20 (2), 03.04.2014, S. 203–218. Online: <https://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/uploads/media/section/0001/01/752ea79600df9d6bbb548c0bf9624d64c39a121c.pdf>.
Galili, Doron: Tom Swift’s Three Inventions of Television: Media History and the Technological Imaginary, in: VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 4 (7), 09.09.2015, S. 54–67. Online: <https://doi.org/10.18146/2213-0969.2015.jethc081>.
Born, Erik: The Promise of Television, The Promise of Cinema, 14.10.2017, <http://www.thepromiseofcinema.com/index.php/the-promise-of-television/>, Stand: 30.08.2019.
Weber, Anne-Katrin: Television as new media: Raymond-Millet’s ‘Télévision: Oeil de Demain’ (1947) and the politics of French experimental TV, in: NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies 8 (1), 2019, S. 69–89. Online: <https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/4188>.
Sconce, Jeffrey: Stasis, in: Berton, Mireille; Weber, Anne-Katrin (Hg.): La télévision du téléphonoscope à youtube: pour une archéologie de l’audiovision, Lausanne 2009.
Thibault, Ghislain: Streaming: A Media Hydrography of Televisual Flows, in: VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 4 (7), 09.09.2015, S. 110–119. Online: <https://doi.org/10.18146/2213-0969.2015.jethc085>.
Koszarski, Richard; Galili, Doron: Television in the Cinema Before 1939. An International Annotated Database, with an Introduction by Richard Koszarski, in: Journal of e-Media Studies 5 (1), 2016. Online: <https://doi.org/10.1349/PS1.1938-6060.A.471>, Stand: 27.07.2021.

Machines

Mills, Mara: The Audiovisual Telephone. A Brief History, in: Keazor, Henry; Giessen, Hans W.; Wübbena, Thorsten (Hg.): Zur ästhetischen Umsetzung von Musikvideos im Kontext von Handhelds, 2012, S. 34–47. Online: <https://doi.org/10.11588/ARTDOK.00002016>, Stand: 27.07.2021.
Weber, Anne-Katrin: Recording on Film, Transmitting by Signals. The Intermediate Film System and Television’s Hybridity in the Interwar Period, in: Grey Room (56), 01.07.2014, S. 6–33. Online: <https://people.unil.ch/annekatrinweber/files/2018/05/Recording_on_Film_Transmitting_by_Signal.pdf>.
Hughes, Kit: Record/Film/Book/Interactive TV. EVR as a Threshold Format, in: Television & New Media 17 (1), 01.01.2016, S. 44–61. Online: <https://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/uploads/media/section/0001/01/ab66ac366149df1dbd2851ac7d4a544dae1a6a6b.pdf>.
Engell, Lorenz: Apollo TV. The Copernican Turn of Gaze, in: World Picture Journal 7, 2012. Online: <http://www.worldpicturejournal.com/WP_7/Engell.html>, Stand: 27.07.2021.
Streeter, Thomas: Blue Skies and Strange Bedfellows: the Discourse of Cable Television, in: Spigel, Lynn; Curtin, Michael (Hg.): The Revolution Wasn’t Televised: Sixties Television and Social Conflict, Boca Raton, FL 2013 (AFI Film Readers). Online: <https://www.uvm.edu/~tstreete/newfable.htm>.
Parks, Lisa: Earth Observation and Signal Territories: Studying U.S. Broadcast Infrastructure through Historical Network Maps, Google Earth, and Fieldwork, in: Canadian Journal of Communication 38 (3), 14.09.2013. Online: <https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2013v38n3a2736>, Stand: 28.07.2021.
Weber, Anne-Katrin: dronetv.lu, <https://dronetv.lu/en>, Stand: 28.07.2021.

Transmissions

McCarthy, Anna: From Screen to Site: Television’s Material Culture, and Its Place, in: October (98), 01.10.2001, S. 93–111. Online: <https://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/uploads/media/section/0001/01/16fceeee30d0d073b90765c9000bdfc2e297139c.pdf>.
Duccini, Hélène: Histoire d’une illusion. La télévision scolaire de 1945 à 1985, in: Le Temps des medias n° 21 (2), 2013, S. 122–133.Online: <https://www.cairn.info/revue-le-temps-des-medias-2013-2-page-122.htm>, Stand: 28.07.2021.
Wagman, Ira: Tele-clubs and European Television History Beyond the Screen, in: VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 1 (2), 29.11.2012, S. 118–128. Online: <>.
Paulsen, Kris: Half-Inch Revolution, in: Amodern 2, 10.2013. Online: <https://amodern.net/article/half-inch-revolution/>, Stand: 28.07.2021.
Åhlén, David Rynell: Modern Art as Media Event. Early Swedish Television and the Communication of Art Appreciation, the Case of «Multikonst» (1967), in: Journal of e-Media Studies 5 (1), 2016. Online: <https://doi.org/10.1349/PS1.1938-6060.A.457>, Stand: 28.07.2021.
Radio Télévision Suisse: Les archives de la RTS, rts.ch, <https://www.rts.ch/archives/>, Stand: 28.07.2021.

Teaching (with) Television

Hilmes, Michele: The Bad Object: Television in the American Academy, in: Cinema Journal 45 (1), 2005, S. 111–117. Online: <https://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/uploads/media/section/0001/01/c6b083454b54905b93ee9e06f503b82973a215c6.pdf>, Stand: 28.07.2021.
Vallotton, François; Valsangiacomo, Nelly: L’audiovisuel dans l’auditoire. L’intégration des sources radiophoniques et télévisées au sein de l’enseignement académique, in: Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Geschichte = Revue suisse d’histoire = Rivista storica svizzera 60, 2010, S. 33–43. Online: <https://doi.org/10.5169/SEALS-109692>.
Graff, Séverine: «Les jeunes vont s’éclater!» Apocalypse, la Premiére Guerre mondiale ou l’enseignement au defi du spectaculaire, in: Didactica historica, Revue Suisse pour l’enseignement de l’histoire 1, 2015, S. 33–38. Online: <https://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/uploads/media/section/0001/01/42829e2df2e89b28e9e5427b63dee46429f7898f.pdf>, Stand: 28.07.2021.
Vallotton, François; Weber, Anne-Katrin: Au-delà du service public – Pour une histoire élargie de la télévision en Suisse, 1960-2000, <https://wp.unil.ch/tvelargie/>, Stand: 28.07.2021.