'Programmes such as "Big Brother" can, therefore, contain marginal discourses, images and characterizations that interrupt the planned reality hoped for by its creators.' Venzo reports on the phenomena of reality TV, looking at 'Big Brother', 'The Osbournes', 'Survivor' and 'Temptation Island' as the most popular reality TV shows of 2002. He examines issues such as: what is real?, programme rights, multiplatforming and 'the deterritorialization of language'.
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