Le DVD et la transformation des séries TV en œuvres : Le cas de la réception des séries TV d'animation japonaise en Europe

Abstract : Since the end of the 1990's, most Japanese animated TV series have been arriving in Europe as DVDs, even though they used to be the main content of children TV programs 30 years ago. Breaking away from the usual marketing circuit which usually imposes a television broadcasting of a series before it is edited for the video market, animes on DVD illustrate a form of TV series " demediation ". Through this "repackaging" process, they are turned from regular TV programs into collectibles, directly sold to consumers. This dissertation studies the ways anime audiences accept or not this logic of collecting TV series. The hypothesis offered is that of cine-videophilie, based on the premises of a convergence of formerly distinct cinephile and videophile practices. This research combines reception studies and sociology of technology, thus highlighting under this specific angle some present developments in the transmédia processes at work within the audiovisual entertainment industries.
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Ariane Beldi. Le DVD et la transformation des séries TV en œuvres : Le cas de la réception des séries TV d'animation japonaise en Europe. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université de Strasbourg, 2013. Français. ⟨tel-00942910v2⟩

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