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by Valerie Wee

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Valerie Wee
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McFarland & Company (January 7, 2010)
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Scholars of teen media have traditionally explored the politics of representation and reception as well as the shifting generic conventions specific to particular formats, often exclusively discussing television, film, or new media

Scholars of teen media have traditionally explored the politics of representation and reception as well as the shifting generic conventions specific to particular formats, often exclusively discussing television, film, or new media. Teen Media: Hollywood and the Youth Market in the Digital Age takes a broader perspective on media for teens. Here, Wee illuminates Hollywood’s attempts to exploit the growing demographic of the millennial teen through the production and cross-promotion of pop music, film, television programming, and web content from 1997 to 2009.

Largely neglected by Hollywood in the early 1990s, the youth market began receiving increased attention from American media industries by the end of the twentieth century

Largely neglected by Hollywood in the early 1990s, the youth market began receiving increased attention from American media industries by the end of the twentieth century. This book focuses on the resurgence of the teen/youth market.

Introduction: commercial teen culture, 1995 to 2005 Targeting teens-the return of a vital demographic market Hollywood and teen media-a historical overview The millennial teen . digital divide-media in transition Conclusion.

Introduction: commercial teen culture, 1995 to 2005 Targeting teens-the return of a vital demographic market Hollywood and teen media-a historical overview The millennial teen media text Beyond music television A new dimension to teen media From teen television network to teen culture nexus Disney and the youth market-"it's a t(w)een world after all" Bridging the. Summary, et. "This book focuses on the resurgence of the teen/youth market from the late 1990s to the 2000s.

Largely neglected by Hollywood during the early 1990s, the youth market began receiving increased attention from American media industries by the end of the twentieth century.

Largely neglected by Hollywood in the early 1990s, the youth market began receiving increased attention from American media industries by the end of the twentieth century. This book focuses on the resurgence of the teen/youth market

Largely neglected by Hollywood in the early 1990s, the youth market began receiving increased attention from American media industries by the end of the twentieth century. It highlights Hollywood's attempts to exploit the millennial teen market across a range of media platforms and examines the impact of social, institutional, and techlogical changes (emergence of a teen demographic, increased media conglomeration, and the rise of digital techlogies) on the aesthetics of contemporary teen-oriented entertainment texts.

Nickelodeon and consumer citizenship. Previous: Teen TV: genre, consumption and identity. Library availability.

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Explores both media representations of youth and relationships in the production, circulation, and consumption of media forms . Teen media: Hollywood and the youth market in the digital age. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Explores both media representations of youth and relationships in the production, circulation, and consumption of media forms geared to young audiences. Rideout, Victoria . Ulla G. Foehr, and Donald F. Roberts. Generation M2: Media in the lives of 8- to 18-year-olds. Menlo Park, CA: Kaiser Family Foundation. E-mail Citation . Wee eloquently charts key shifts in the youth market since the 1990s and the ways the entertainment business and media producers have responded.

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Largely neglected by Hollywood in the early 1990s, the youth market began receiving increased attention from American media industries by the end of the twentieth century. This book focuses on the resurgence of the teen/youth market. It highlights Hollywood's attempts to exploit the millennial teen market across a range of media platforms and examines the impact of social, institutional, and technological changes (emergence of a teen demographic, increased media conglomeration, and the rise of digital technologies) on the aesthetics of contemporary teen-oriented entertainment texts.