Creating representations – Editing


Charlie Brooker writes a column for the Media Guardian called ‘Screenwipe’, where he analyses the meaning and message of TV advertising. He also writes and presents a TV programme called ‘Screenwipe’ where he investigates and deconstructs recent TV events. Here he looks at how reality TV and modern editing facilities can be used to create skewed representations that bear little resemblance to what actually happened in ‘real life’. 


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