Contemporary French Civilization

Les séries québécoises: modularité, circulation et transnationalisme

Contemporary French Civilization (2019), 44, (2_3), 241–256.

Abstract

Les interférences entre le local et le global qui intéressent la télévision québécoise à l’ère du numérique sont à comprendre dans un cadre où la puissance hégémonique d’un nombre limité de pays demeure cruciale, mais aussi dans lequel la sérialité télévisuelle semble offrir, plus que d’autres industries culturelles, la possibilité de représenter des voix minoritaires ou des spécificités locales. Dans cet article, il s’agira d’analyser la dimension des formes et des plateformes télévisuelles, et notamment les dispositifs en ligne qui accompagnent les émissions, à partir d’une réflexion sur les possibilités accrues de circulation et de spreadability des médias, dans un contexte global et numérique.

The interferences between local and global with regards to Quebec television can be studied within a framework that is still dominated by hegemonic powers but also where, increasingly, cultural minorities and specific local characters can emerge more easily. In this article, I will analyze the relationships between televisual forms and platforms, focusing on online devices that surround TV shows, from a perspective based on the new possibilities offered by circulation and media spread- ability, in a global and digital landscape.

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