The article touches on many of the issues we discussed: public television, audience studies, Western (American) culture's implicit dominance in the term "globalization." My favorite line, though, goes towards our readings on the Post-TV landscape for next class:
"You do not tape or DVR Kalle Anka for later viewing. You do not eat or prepare dinner while watching Kalle Anka. Age does not matter—every member of the family is expected to sit quietly together and watch a program that generations of Swedes have been watching for 50 years."Apparently, Kalle Anke can even survive smartphones.