Invensi Di Balik Layar: Politik Penonton Streaming Setelah Televisi

Masdar Farid A.S


The presence of Internet as a seamless service has changed the forms of family culture in various classes. Through watching streaming television for example, it has created new social groups, for example young people to watch television through their software. The relationship of young people and parents in family culture changes into a more milenials and unbound relationships. In addition, new social groups like middle-class in the town have also changed the prime time of watching television as an agenda in self-existence. Therefore, television shows are no longer being watched at the same time. This paper will discuss about the changing attitude of viewers from television conventions to television streaming. This research is conducted by taking interviews of young people in urban Yogyakarta and Jakarta as a form of representation of the current millennial life.


Key words :Television, Middle Class, Streaming

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