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Message  Luce le Mer 5 Déc 2012 - 10:17

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Message  Luce le Jeu 10 Jan 2013 - 18:29

Les séries UK dans le miroir US (le Monde des Séries, 10 janvier 2013)
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Message  Luce le Mer 13 Fév 2013 - 21:42

Netflix's House of Cards 'should be making TV industry shit it' (The Guardian, 8 février 2013)
Top producer Peter Kosminsky says arrival of online service represents 'end of an era' for traditional model of broadcasting...
The Bafta-award winner revealed at a TV industry event earlier this week that he watched the Netflix launch of the Kevin Spacey political drama House of Cards last Friday and realised that the age of linear TV was

"I stayed up and watched three episodes in a row and I realised that I was watching the end of an era," he said of the House of Cards online launch, which bypassed traditional TV networks by premiering the whole 13-part series at once.

"This was something that was nothing to do with traditional broadcasting," he added, comparing the service to being delivered an instant box set. "If I was a traditional broadcaster watching that I would have been shitting it if I saw that show."

However, Kosminsky, best known for his BBC1 film Warriors which won the Bafta best drama serial award and his New Labour drama The Project, said that changes to the broadcasting model were unlikely to negatively impact his work and that producers like him would be keen to adopt the model.

Netflix's House of Cards invites TV viewers to binge – but are we ready? (The Guardian, 6 février 2013)
Two decades after the original aired, TV is finally delivering on the promise to let you watch shows on your own time
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Message  Luce le Dim 16 Juin 2013 - 8:05

Actress Keeley Hawes reveals her struggle to keep her three children safe online (Parentdish, 12 avril 2013).
• Keeley is supporting the launch of a new guide from internet safety charity, Childnet International, to inform parents about enjoying music, film and TV on the internet safely and legally. The free online guide is available at www.childnet.com/downloading

Government to act on BBC screen violence in hits such as The Fall and Ripper Street (Express, 16 juin 2013).
THE BBC has been told by the Government it must make it harder for children to watch disturbing “murder porn” on their computers.
In Ripper Street, a Victorian street gang beat their victims to death with a heavy belt buckle while prostitutes were forced to perform in early “snuff films”.
Some observers want the dramas re-edited for the internet version. A Government spokesman said: “Clearly we look to the BBC to set the bar on greater child protection from online scenes of graphic violence.”...

Last night a BBC Trust spokeswoman said no changes were planned for controls on the iPlayer as the Trust felt current safeguards were adequate.
Asked about the current iPlayer protections for children, Lord Patten said: “It’s quite difficult to do it any other way.”

However, a senior IT consultant said: “The BBC could simply mimic the system on Apple devices called iCloud which would allow parents to see what is being seen by their children, in real time.”
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