عنوان مقاله [English]
Reality Television is one of recent genres in TV programs which has been widely welcomed by the audience, TV producers & networks throughout the world. However, this genre has not been sufficiently & collectively studied in Iran, consequently we witness major problems in producing them. The goal of the present research is to survey on its essence, origination and the requirements of this genre while trying to find out how it can be best customized in Iranian television? After giving a brief account of its history and the primary prerequisites, two American & Iranian samples are comparatively studied. The outcomes of this research implies that regarding the available problems, it necessitates that applying academic & practical experiences in the process of production, should just follow the procedures suggested by the present research.
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