DIVCollection of essays that consider television as a digital media form and the aesthetic, cultural, and industrial changes that this shift has provoked./div13 Electronics, radio, and television magazines instructed their hobbyist readers in the construction of similar devices. ... aTV-B-gone, a a key ringasized, high- powered universal remote that can turn on or off most television sets by cycling through the various codes used by leading manufacturers. ... The U.S. manufacturer Zenith is generally credited with the development of the first wireless remotes.
|Title||:||Television as Digital Media|
|Author||:||James Bennett, Niki Strange|
|Publisher||:||Duke University Press - 2011-02-11|