Slow TV is now available!
The concept of slow TV and ‘minute-by-minute’ broadcasting was developed so that the event on television lasts as long as in real time, and has become a familiar feature of broadcasting in Norway. Several broadcasters outside Norway, including BBC Four, YLE, SRF and Netflix, have now taken up the concept of slow TV.
The first study of this genre, this highly original book, by Roel Puijk, explores three different aspects of the phenomenon of slow TV: the perspective of the broadcaster, the perspective of the producers and other actors involved in the production of the programme, and that of the audience. Illustrated throughout in full colour, using stills from broadcast programmes.
Slow TV is available as an ebook worldwide and in paperback in the UK and Europe.