Liveness and Recording in the Media
|Publication Date||May 2012|
|Series||Key Concerns in Media Studies|
We think of television and radio as live media. Yet a remarkable amount of their output is pre-recorded. This book provides some unexpected answers about the meaning of 'liveness' and 'recording', the complexity of their relationship, and their significance not just for television and radio but for the popular music on which so much radio depends.