Pop Up Video: The New Historicism

@article{Burns2004PopUV,
  title={Pop Up Video: The New Historicism},
  author={Gary Burns and Timothy E. Scheurer},
  journal={Journal of Popular Film and Television},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={74 - 96}
}
The VH1 TV series Pop Up Video recapitulates earlier aesthetic forms such as the silent film while at the same time exemplifying recent economically motivated trends in TV programming, including "contexting" and other methods of recycling already-cheap programming for further reuse. 
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