In this study media analysts look at the trends in television drama and comedy in seven key European markets: France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and Great Britain. Trends discussed include the emergence of strong female characters even in predominantly male genre series and serialization of TV fiction aimed at daytime schedules. This information will be invaluable to media scholars, policymakers, and broadcasting professionals in television industries throughout the world.
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Milly Buonanno is the director of the Osservatorio sulla Fiction Italiana and an associate professor of the sociology of communication sciences. She is the author of Imaginary Dreamscapes.
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