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LOPES, Felisbela; LOUREIRO, Luís Miguel  e  NETO, Ivo. The (hyper) television screen: new insights and perspectives from the Euro 2012 portuguese TV broadcasts. OBS* [online]. 2013, vol.7, n.3, pp.35-57. ISSN 1646-5954.

In line with the previous research that we developed inside the project we’re taking part for some years now, the work we’re presenting questions the evolution of the televisive screen as a supposedly convergent apparatus. It means a questioning that argues against the ongoing dominant discourse on television (both in the media as in the academic sphere). We then intend to bring to light some of the main conceptual theoretical distinctions that where emerging from our previous articles and reflections. What we propose is a distinction between the screen as promised by the convergence culture, one we designate the convergent screen, and the screen we actually see enduring in our TV sets, a resilient screen representing the TV-institution: a centripetous screen that still follows the same principles of sequence and flow as generically theorized by Raymond Williams in the 1970s.

Palavras-chave : Television; screen; apparatus theories; convergence; television studies.

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