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DOI: 10.31921/doxacom
Pre-print #28, January-June 2019

Authors

María-José Higueras-Ruiz, Francisco-Javier Gómez-Pérez, Jordi Alberich-Pascual
Title Historical and Conceptual Review of Authorship and its Implications for Television Media: The Concept of Author in American Contemporary Fiction TV-Series Summary authorship in television production, taking auteur theory applied to the television media as a reference. For this purpose, the qualitative methodology has been used to carry out a bibliographic and documentary analysis of the author concept in the film and television industry. Despite the collaborative nature of television production, the results obtained suggest the importance of the TV series executive producer’s individual authorship during this process, who is also known as the “showrunner”. They are ultimately responsible for the project’s production, applying a creative and personal style to their entire work. The authorship, influenced by the television channel and the audience, promotes the consideration of fiction TV series as a quality cultural product, which affects its promotional strategies. Keywords Authorship; showrunner; TV series; auteur theory; collaborative process.

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