Türkiye’de Televizyon Yayıncılığının Yeni Medya Ortamlarıyla Dönüşüm Süreci: İçerde ve Çukur Dizisi Örneğinde Yeni Yayıncılık Ekosisteminin İncelenmesi
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Television, which is one of the important medium of traditional media, still maintains its importance and popularity today. It is a medium with various functions such as informing, reporting, and entertainment. The developments in new communication technologies in the world and Turkey and television broadcasting convergence with internet has led to changes in television broadcasting.TV producers, in new media era, make direct contact with the audience through social media platforms led to social television (social TV) broadcasting. With social television broadcasting, a new viewing experience has emerged as a second screen practice. The use of a second screen supports social television to allow an online chat with a mass group around specific content. The use of the second screen, an extension of social TV, is encouraged by the television industry, placing viewers in a productive position. The viewers contribute to the social rating by using social media to follows the produced content by television industry, and at the same time generate user-generated contents on social media platforms. In this thesis, television broadcasting changes caused in the new media environment in Turkey and the transformation process is analyzed with the social TV broadcasting. The television industry's approach of the viewer with new media environments and social TV broadcasting are being discussed with interviews with authorities from the television industry in Turkey. The immaterial labor and emotional economy that arise from the television industry's directing of the viewers to the second screen are examined by the economic-political approach. For the sample of the thesis, İçerde and Çukur television series which is broadcast in Show TV belonging to Ay Yapım is selected. These two series, which TV producers are intensely engaged with audience, are examined descriptively in the new broadcasting ecosystem, with audience management strategies listed in the hashtags. At the same time, interviews with officials of Kimola and Somera, who made social ratings for social TV broadcasting, have been conducted and the position of the social rating in the process of television broadcasting transformation has been examined.