RM 1. "The Frankfurt School and Critical Theory" entry in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (URL)

RM 2. Murder by Television (1935). (URL)

First American film to represent TV and its possible criminal use (Source: The Internet Archive).

RM 3. "Pierre Bourdieu Obituary", The Guardian, Monday 28 January 2002. (URL)

RM 4. "Newton Minow" entry in the Encyclopedia of Television. (PDF)

RM 5. "Doctor Who: The Wire" (YouTube).

Clip from "The Idiot's Lantern" episode about a supernatural presence that uses TV sets during the crowning of Queen Elizabeth (Source: BBC YouTube Channel).

RM 6. "Television Studies" entry in the Encyclopedia of Television. (PDF)

RM 7. Syllabus of the course "Introduction to Television Studies" by Toby Miller at University of California at Riverside. (URL)

RM 8. Corporate Video by RCA "The Story of Television" (1956). (URL)

About the development of television technology in the United States (Source: The Internet Archive).

RM 9. Corporate Video by BBC "75 Years of BBC TV - History of the BBC" (YouTube).

About the development of television in the United Kingdom (Source: BBC YouTube Channel).

RM 10. Thomas Schatz: "HBO and Netflix - Getting Back to the Future", FlowTV, 20 January, 2014. (URL)

RM 11."CBS Coverage of Apollo 11 Lunar Landing", July 20 of 1969  (YouTube).

RM 12. "The Velvet Revolution", Special Exhibition - The EUScreen Project (Source: EUScreen).

RM 13. "Summary Video of Key Events on 9/11/2001" (URL)

Part of the "Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive" (Source: The Internet Archive).

RM 14. Brian A. Monahan: "Mediated Meanings and Symbolic Politics: Exploring the Continued Significance of 9/11 News Coverage". (URL)

Remarks at the "Learning From Recorded Memory - 911 TV News Archive Conference", August 24, 2011 (Source: The Internet Archive).

RM 15. "Rome: Women In Rome".

Video about fiction and fact in the representation of women and the historical television series Rome (Source: HBO YouTube Channel).

RM 16. "Confusion of Command", episode from the BBC series WW1 Uncut (Source: BBC YouTube Channel).

RM 17. Jason Mittell: "The Value of Lost, Part Two", FlowTV, 5 August 2005. (URL)

RM 18. "Style in The Wire".

Analysis of the visual style of the series by the University lecturer Erlend Lavik (Source: Erlend Lavik / Vimeo).

RM 19. "Steven Bochco, Part 4" (URL)

Interview with the famed American television producer about the development of Hill Street Blues (Source: Archive of American Television).

RM 20. "The Hollywood Reporter's Drama Showrunner Roundtable 2014". (URL)

The annual panel discussion with the most successful American television producers (Ann Biderman, Carlton Cuse, Vince Gilligan, Nic Pizzolatto, Aaron Sorkin and Matthew Weiner) (Source: The Hollywood Reporter).

RM 21. Michael Newton: "Under the Skin of Dennis Potter", The Guardian, Friday 30 May 2014. (URL)

RM 22. "Star Trek: Deception - A Fan Film", a short fan-film by Leo Tierney. (YouTube).

RM 23. "Creating and Developing Global Television Formats". (YouTube).

Creative Content Summit Panel session, British Business Embassy on 31 July 2012 (Source: UK Trade & Investment YouTube Channel).

RM 24. "London 1948, Part 1" (YouTube)

RM 25. "London 2012: Usain Bolt Wins Olympic 100m Gold" (YouTube).

Official film and live broadcast from the two more recent London Games (Source: Official Olympic Channel).

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