1. Fascinated with Fandom: the Interactively Aware Viewers of Xena and Buffy.
2. Power to the People, or the Industry?: American Idol Voting, “Adult Swim” Bumping, and Viral Video-ing.
3. Managing Millenials: Teen Expectations of Tele-Participation.
4. No Network Is An Island: Lost’s Tele-participation and ABC’s Return to Industry Legitimacy.
5. Conclusion: The Remains Of The Day: The Future Of “TV”
"Couch potato television students worldwide will gain immensely from Beyond the Box: Television and the Internet, an articulate examination of what it means to watch television in this era of profound technological change … .This book is an exciting example of what happens when an academic, spurred on by a passion, throws caution to the wind and mixes things up." (M/C Reviews: Culture & Media, January 2009)
- Charts the revolution in television viewing that is currently underway in living rooms across the world
- Probes how the Internet’s development has altered how television is made and consumed
- Looks at a range of topics and programmes - from voting practices on American Idol to online forums for Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans
- Offers a fresh and innovative perspective that focuses on the shift in audience experience and how it has blurred established boundaries