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Television is the source of entertainment and information for decades. The use of television and content presentation changed over time dramatically. Its been decades that the concept of reality TV arrived in the life of the people. The word reality was used to attract the audience through strategies of putting elements of society or the real world on screen. Various TV shows were produced that claimed to be reality shows. People learn by watching TV shows and get inspiration from the performance, actors, and the massage that shows convey. Therefore, it is really important to know the genre of reality TV and its consequences on the audience. The main purpose of the paper is to reflect the concept of reality TV with the help of two famous shows The Bachelor and Big brother. It is crucial to understand the concept so that it can be analyzed the difference between reality TV and TV reality.
The Bachelor is the American show which was presented with the claim of reality television series. The show was produced on the plot of dating and relationship series. Numbers of the session has been produced, and people gave positive feedback to the performance and plot of the show. The show genre belongs to reality TV shows that depict the different aspects of society. In past reality, TV was portrayed as the reflection of the real society in which different issues, roles, causality was represented. However, various observant believed that the word reality was just a strategy to capture the attention of the audience. The so-called reality TV is based on factual programs in which programmer makers use different tools to make show looks like reality-based. In the show, the bachelor was portrayed as a person who is looking for a girl or wife, and he has to select one girl from numbers of participants. Now in the real world, no man arranges such a show or program to select a partner for the rest of life. It is true that people make the ideal in their minds and try to find out in different people but no one, in reality, goes for a competition like a comparison. The part in which elimination takes place is designed as a breathtaking moment, or a time full of tension and hope for one of the contestants to be selected by the viewers. Programmers use different sound effects, motion effects, and dialogues to create that part attractive and full of suspense. Producers of such shows understand how to get the attention of the audience so that reality TV was introduced with the help of video technologies, controversy, conflicts, and hooks for an active audience ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION citationIDuaYXNKIP,propertiesformattedCitation(Hill, 2004),plainCitation(Hill, 2004),noteIndex0,citationItemsid813,urishttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/3D6BJDFF,urihttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/3D6BJDFF,itemDataid813,typebook,titleReality TV Factual Entertainment and Television Audiences,publisherRoutledge,number-of-pages240,sourceGoogle Books,abstractReality TV restores a crucial, and often absent, element to the critical debate about reality television the voices of people who watch reality programmes. From Animal Hospital to Big Brother, Annette Hill argues that much can be learned from listening to audience discussion about this popular and rapidly changing television genre. Viewers responses to reality TV can provide invaluable information to enhance our understanding of both the reality genre and contemporary television audiences. Drawing on quantitative and qualitative audience research to understand how viewers categorise the reality genre, and how they judge the performance of ordinary people and the representation of authenticity within different types of reality programmes. Do audiences think reality TV is real Can people learn from watching reality TV How critical are viewers of reality TV Reality TV argues that audiences are engaged in a critical examination of the development of popular factual television. The book examines how audiences can learn from watching reality programmes, and how viewers think and talk about the ethics of reality TV.,ISBN978-1-134-50704-7,noteGoogle-Books-ID F9xk4mtkLTIC,shortTitleReality TV,languageen,authorfamilyHill,givenAnnette,issueddate-parts2004,8,2,schemahttps//github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json (Hill, 2004).
Another reality show Big brother was produced in which people from diverse backgrounds come to live in a place that is isolated from the real world. They stay in one building without communicating with people outside the house and stay unaware of the real world. The show is a reality show because it belongs to the genre that depicts the actual behaviour of the people. The way people perform and react in different situations is what shows produce. The audience watches such shows to know how will contestants perform their tasks and who will be out for which reason. The contestant performs different tasks and face elimination at the end of the show. The most interesting thing about the show is that elimination is not fully depending on the task performance but also through the politics between the contestants. This indicates that the producers of the reality show use only that aspect of the society which can increase fear, curiosity, adventure, and reward-related material. Reality-based issues cannot be selected for reality TV unless it can generate an active audience. The origin of the TV reality was unrealistic which is proved with time when reality TV only produced material based on panics, troublesome pictures, television crime with the essence of real-world ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION citationIDC8ad5DZ3,propertiesformattedCitation(uc0u8220Su Holmes, 2011, uc0u8216Big Brother RIP Introductionuc0u8217, Celebrity Studies, 22, p.215-216. - Google Search,uc0u8221 n.d.),plainCitation(Su Holmes, 2011, Big Brother RIP Introduction, Celebrity Studies, 22, p.215-216. - Google Search, n.d.),noteIndex0,citationItemsid815,urishttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/4QU57ZRY,urihttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/4QU57ZRY,itemDataid815,typewebpage,titleSu Holmes, 2011, Big Brother RIP Introduction, Celebrity Studies, 22, p.215-216. - Google Search,URLhttps//www.google.com/searchqSuHolmes2C20112CE28098BigBrotherRIP3AIntroductionE280992CCelebrityStudies2C23A22Cp.215-216.oqSuHolmes2C20112CE28098BigBrotherRIP3AIntroductionE280992CCelebrityStudies2C23A22Cp.215-216.aqschrome..69i57sourceidchromeieUTF-8,accesseddate-parts2019,10,18,schemahttps//github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json (Su Holmes, 2011, Big Brother RIP Introduction, Celebrity Studies, 22, p.215-216. - Google Search, n.d.).
Through the evidence of both TV shows, it can be concluded that the origin of reality TV was not based on reality but the use of factual programming. By using music to create suspense, emotions, fear, and excitement in the audience, these shows influence the viewer indirectly. People misunderstood the concept of reality TV and got inspiration from factual actors. This reality TV is not only using an entertainment medium but also the political aspect. Various talk shows use political figures and their conflict with spicy arguments and questioning to increase viewers and ultimately their profit. It is the fact that any new concept of strategy in production comes to generate profit or revenue by increasing the satisfaction of the consumers. The concept of reality TV was also used to generate a factual program with the help of reality-based factors to get an active audience ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION citationIDkdgy4stQ,propertiesformattedCitation(Holmes and Jermyn, 2004a),plainCitation(Holmes and Jermyn, 2004a),noteIndex0,citationItemsid809,urishttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/P859AA4P,urihttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/P859AA4P,itemDataid809,typebook,titleUnderstanding Reality Television,publisherPsychology Press,number-of-pages324,sourceGoogle Books,abstractPopular Factual Programming has rapidly come to occupy a place at the forefront of contemporary television culture on an international scale. Tracing the history of reality TV from Candid Camera to The Osbournes, Understanding Reality Television examines a range of programmes which claim to depict real life, from reality formatted game shows to real crime programming and make-over TV. Contributors discuss the phenonenon of reality TV in the context of the debates it has introduced to our social, cultural and televisual agendas, such as the construction of celebrity, fandom, surveillance and the politics of representation.,ISBN978-0-415-31795-5,noteGoogle-Books-ID qyK20eYiz3oC,languageen,authorfamilyHolmes,givenSu,familyJermyn,givenDeborah,issueddate-parts2004,schemahttps//github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json (Holmes and Jermyn, 2004a).
Television plays an important role in our lives. People see the world through the eye of the camera. Different news channels, talk shows, reality shows, and movies highlight the various aspects of society. Both positive and negative aspects of society can be observed on television. Therefore, people believe what they see or listen to the television. It is important to use a medium like television to spread peace, love, and positivity in the world, but most of the time, its opposite happens. The main purpose of the paper is to the importance of television in my life. It is crucial to observe how television and its content have changed my physical and psychological behaviour with time ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION citationID9fSDtNbB,propertiesformattedCitation(Murphy, 2006),plainCitation(Murphy, 2006),noteIndex0,citationItemsid819,urishttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/DV2MCA8I,urihttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/DV2MCA8I,itemDataid819,typebook,titleTV Land Australias Obsession with Reality Television,publisherWiley,publisher-placeMilton, Qld,number-of-pages264,edition1 edition,sourceAmazon,event-placeMilton, Qld,abstractYou may not realise it, but reality television has been around longer than you think. TV Land looks at this countrys love/hate relationshipwith reality TV. It explores our viewing habits, our favourite programs, the shows we love to hate, the demise of television drama/game shows/current affairs, as well as asking the questionsWhen it comes to TV, how do our viewing habits and tastes compare to 20 years ago with reality TV ourishing as it hasHave our kids been affected in a way that is now irreversible Does this matter Is TV good for us Why are we obsessed with this genre of TV Written in Kerrie Murphys trademark wry and humorous style, TV Land is a brilliant social examination exploring the history of Australian reality TV (Sylvania Waters, The House from Hell) as well as a funny and critical look at those shows today which keep us glued week after week (Survivor, Dancing with the Stars).,ISBN978-1-74031-138-0,shortTitleTV Land,languageEnglish,authorfamilyMurphy,givenKerrie,issueddate-parts2006,5,30,schemahttps//github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json (Murphy, 2006).
Television is the source of entertainment in my life. Since childhood, I have admired various characters running on the television and demanded various things that I used to see in an advertisement. Even today, I get the feeling of getting some new stuff or material that I encounter on television. I have got a bad habit of watching television while eating. Therefore, from childhood, it has been my routine to watch different channels while having my breakfast and dinner. When I was a kid, I had a routine of watching cartoons in the evening while having snacks. I tried to fight or show the power that was portrayed in my favourite cartoons. My siblings accompanied me in watching cartoons daily for one long hour as we were not allowed to watch television more than that. The routine was set, and the parent kept an eye on us regarding this thing. Therefore, I did not spend hours and hours in front of the television. However, routine changes with time. As I grew up my parents became more lenient, and my interest also changed from cartoons to sports.
In my early teenage, I liked to watch football, wrestling, tennis, and various other sports. This time my father also joined to watch television with me. Sometimes, I preferred to watch matches with my friends, especially during the leagues or international competitions. Gaming became the centre of attraction for me. It changed my behaviour and thinking. I preferred to talk about sports and sports-related stuff with friends and family as television had a great influence on me. Now, things are more different than childhood and teenage. With education and observing the world through my own eyes rather than television news or other views, I have an interest in current affairs, politics, and reality of the world. Therefore, I have different choices in my free time to watch something that if my interest. New channels have been added in my favourite lists like news channels, programs related to culture and tradition of other society, and movies that are full of entertainment.
Besides, reality shows have their charm. During the vacation or after final exams, I always try to watch multiple reality shows with or without a friend. I spend hours completing different seasons in a few days. However, I have observed that whatever we watch on television is not a full reality. Every picture acquires two sides, but the media only shows the one in which they get interested or profit. Therefore, news channels and reality show first understand the demand of the active audience and then only produce the content. Every news channel has its favourite political party, and they show the situation of the country through the eyes of that respective party. The reality shows add unrealistic elements to develop more interest in the. Even I get nervous, excited, and sad when I see different emotions on the face of the people on television. Television somehow plays with the mood of mine and other people also. I have seen multiple times my sister crying while watching emotional seen in the movie or reality show even though she knows that it is just an entertainment source. However, I cannot blame her because even I try to be someone whom I watched on the television. Television figures and characters play with our minds and change our thinking.
In childhood, love was caring and sharing, but with time, television introduced the concept of love related to relationship and attraction to the opposite gender. It explains to us how our society is working and how it should work ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION citationIDFBUpjiVo,propertiesformattedCitation(Murray and Ouellette, 2004),plainCitation(Murray and Ouellette, 2004),noteIndex0,citationItemsid817,urishttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/CKM7MUEH,urihttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/CKM7MUEH,itemDataid817,typebook,titleReality TV Remaking Television Culture,publisherNYU Press,number-of-pages389,sourceGoogle Books,abstractSurvivor. The Bachelor. Extreme Makeover. Big Brother. Joe Millionaire. American Idol. The Osbournes. It is virtually impossible to turn on a television without coming across some sort of reality programming. Yet, while this genre has rapidly moved from the fringes of television culture to its lucrative core, critical attention has not kept pace. Beginning by unearthing its historical roots in early reality shows like Candid Camera and wending its way through An American Family, Cops, and The Real World to the most recent crop of reality programs, Reality TV is the first book to address the economic, visual, cultural, and audience dimensions of reality television. The essays provide a complex and comprehensive picture of how and why this genre emerged, what it means, how it differs from earlier television programming, and how it engages societies, industries, and individuals. Topics range from the construction of televisual reality to the changing face of criminal violence on TV, to issues of surveillance, taste, and social control. By spanning reality televisions origins in the late 1940s to its current overwhelming popularity, Reality TV demonstrates both the tenacity of the format and its enduring ability to speak to our changing political and social desires and anxieties. Contributors include Nick Couldry, Mary Beth Haralovich, John Hartley, Chuck Kleinhans, Derek Kompare, Jon Kraszewski, Kathleen LeBesco, Justin Lewis, Ted Magder, Jennifer Maher, Anna McCarthy, Rick Morris, Chad Raphael, Elayne Rapping, Jeffrey Sconce, Michael W. Trosset, Pamela Wilson.,ISBN978-0-8147-6427-5,noteGoogle-Books-ID 4_W19oHGzZQC,shortTitleReality TV,languageen,authorfamilyMurray,givenSusan,familyOuellette,givenLaurie,issueddate-parts2004,4,1,schemahttps//github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json (Murray and Ouellette, 2004). For instance, after watching serial friends I suddenly start feeling more for my friends. I treat them like the season and unconsciously expected from the friends that they will show the same affections. However, as I said, television is the half reality, and it is not possible to have a happy ending in the real story of life. It is not possible to become a millionaire after one breakup, and it is also not possible to keep love out of life when one person ditches you. Reality is different it can be harsh, but people can adjust with time. On the other hand, a person who lives in the imaginary world developed by television and its content cannot move with the world ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION citationID4eS7ySGU,propertiesformattedCitation(Holmes and Jermyn, 2004b),plainCitation(Holmes and Jermyn, 2004b),noteIndex0,citationItemsid811,urishttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/MFVAXW74,urihttp//zotero.org/users/local/rVaVAHaF/items/MFVAXW74,itemDataid811,typebook,titleUnderstanding reality television,publisherLondon New York Routledge,sourceTrove,abstractTracing the history of reality TV from Candid Camera to The Osbournes, Understanding Reality Television examines a range of programmes which claim to depict real life, from reality formatted game shows to real crime programming and make-over TV. Contributors discuss the phenonenon of reality TV in the context of the debates it has introduced to our social, cultural and televisual agendas, such as the construction of celebrity, fandom, surveillance and the politics of representation. from publishers advertisment x, 302 p. ill., ports. 24 cm. Television -- Study and teaching. Aufsatzsammlung. Reality-TV. Reality television programs -- History and criticism. Reality television programs. Tlvision-vrit. Psychosociale aspecten. Culturele aspecten.,URLhttps//trove.nla.gov.au/version/11539402,ISBN978-0-415-31794-8,languageEnglish,authorfamilyHolmes,givenSu,familyJermyn,givenDeborah,issueddate-parts2004,accesseddate-parts2019,10,18,schemahttps//github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json (Holmes and Jermyn, 2004b).
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