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Explain how the changes from the television culture of the 1950s through the 1970s to today’s internet and streaming culture affected relationships between individuals and American society and how an individual’s knowledge and background affect experiences, values, or
choices. Your essay should have three distinct, separate sections:
(1) Define & describe over-the-air television’s common-denominator
programs emphasizing corporate control and the attention-selling model of making money.
(2) Describe how this attention-selling model works with the available streaming and social media information and entertainment fare.
(3) Explain the significant differences between television and web culture. You must include legal and self-regulatory limits and options.
In writing about the shifting communications structure from over-the-air television to cable to streaming to social media sites, you should include topics like ethics and underlying premises of stereotyping, racial representations, changing gender roles, and pertinent aspects of media law. In your 3rd section, discuss the dilemma created by Section 230 of the 1996 Telecommunications Act and limitations on judges and legislators by the Brandenburg incitement criteria and the high court ruling in the Elonis case.
The material for your response should come directly from the book ‘Media Studies’ A Cultural Historical Approach’ by Robert Stanley—but be entirely in your own words (no direct quotes). Your answer should be in three distinct, clearly identifiable parts, with no less than 600 and no more than 700 words. Each section of your three-part answer should not only be separated but also clearly labeled.