Gogwydd hanesyddol ar astudiaethau cynhyrchu: ail gyfnod cwmni Teliesyn drwy fframweithiau Cottle, Bourdieu a Berne


Gogwydd hanesyddol ar astudiaethau cynhyrchu: ail gyfnod cwmni Teliesyn drwy fframweithiau Cottle, Bourdieu a Berne

Dafydd Sills-Jones

Dros y deng mlynedd diwethaf, mae ‘astudiaethau cynhyrchu cyfryngau’ wedi tyfu’n sylweddol fel is-ddisgyblaeth. Yn sgil hyn, mae’r drafodaeth arferol ar y ddynameg rhwng technoleg, economi, ffurfiau diwylliannol, creadigrwydd a gyrfaoedd proffesiynol wedi eu trawsnewid, gan herio hen begynau disgyrsiol economi gwleidyddol ac astudiaethau diwylliannol. Er hynny, mae gogwydd cyfoes i’r datblygiadau hyn, sy’n aml yn anwybyddu hanes y cyfryngau. Mae’r erthygl hon yn ceisio defnyddio agwedd ‘astudiaethau cynhyrchu cyfryngau’ (wrth ddefnyddio fframweithiau cysyniadol Simon Cottle, Pierre Bourdieu ac Eric Berne) er mwyn olrhain hanes un o brif gwmnïau teledu Cymru, Teliesyn. 


Cyfeiriad:

 
  	Dafydd Sills-Jones, ‘Gogwydd hanesyddol ar astudiaethau cynhyrchu: ail gyfnod cwmni Teliesyn drwy fframweithiau Cottle, Bourdieu a Berne’, Gwerddon, 30, Mawrth 2020, 68–83.
   

Allweddeiriau

 
    Teliesyn, cynhyrchu cyfryngau, Bourdieu, Berne, hanes.
    

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