2019-01-22 05:50

social media & reality tv

The social media phenomenon strikes me as an extention of reality television: unscripted programs about people who become famous simply because they’re on an unscripted program. Social media’s innovation allows the “audience” to interract with the shows’ “stars,” and often to become co-stars themselves. Crowdsourced reality TV.


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