Reality TV and Participatory Culture in India

@inproceedings{Punathambekar2010RealityTA,
  title={Reality TV and Participatory Culture in India},
  author={Aswin Punathambekar},
  year={2010}
}
This article focuses on events surrounding the third season of Indian Idol in order to assess the changing relationship between television, everyday life, and public political discourse in contemporary India. In the summer of 2007, media coverage of Indian Idol focused on how people in Northeast India cast aside decades-old separatist identities to mobilize support for Amit Paul and Prashant Tamang, the two finalists from the region. Situating this media phenomenon in relation to the changing… CONTINUE READING

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