Not So Prime Time: Chasing the Trivial on American Television

Not So Prime Time: Chasing the Trivial on American Television

Howard Rosenberg / Dec 15, 2019

Not So Prime Time Chasing the Trivial on American Television In this witty and candid perspective on American television the Pulitzer Prize winning critic Howard Rosenberg traces a disturbing pattern TV s relentless pursuit of the mundane in its seeming quest

  • Title: Not So Prime Time: Chasing the Trivial on American Television
  • Author: Howard Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9781566636711
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this witty and candid perspective on American television, the Pulitzer Prize winning critic Howard Rosenberg traces a disturbing pattern TV s relentless pursuit of the mundane in its seeming quest to dumb down America And, he writes, it may be succeeding The longer mediocrity endures, Mr Rosenberg advises, the greater the chance we will become permanently desensitizIn this witty and candid perspective on American television, the Pulitzer Prize winning critic Howard Rosenberg traces a disturbing pattern TV s relentless pursuit of the mundane in its seeming quest to dumb down America And, he writes, it may be succeeding The longer mediocrity endures, Mr Rosenberg advises, the greater the chance we will become permanently desensitized to it and seduced by it making third rate the standard.

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    1. I liked this book but it often felt very patronizing in a strange way. The author certainly knows how to capture the essence of triviality in the media but doesn't seem able to appeal to readers respectfully.


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