The Beatles: Image and the Media

The Beatles: Image and the MediaThe Beatles Image And The Media Charts The Transformation Of The Beatles From Teen Idols To Leaders Of The Youth Movement And Powerful Cultural Agents Drawing Upon American Mainstream Print Media, Broadcasts, Albums, Films, And Videos, The Study Covers The Band S Career In The United States Michael R Frontani Explores How The Beatles Media Image Evolved And How This Transformation Related To Cultural And Historical Events Upon Their Arrival In The US The Beatles Wore Sharply Tailored Suits And Cast Themselves As Adorable, Accessible Teen Heartthrobs By The End Of The Decade, They Had Absorbed The Fashion And Consciousness Of The Burgeoning Counterculture And Were Using Their Interviews, Media Events, And Music To Comment On Issues Such As The Vietnam War, Drug Culture, And Civil Rights Frontani Traces The Steps That Led To This Change And Comments On How The Band S Mantra Of Essential Optimism Never Wavered Despite The Evolution Of Its Media Profile Michael R Frontani Is Associate Professor Of Communications At Elon University His Work Has Appeared In American Journalism, Journal Of American Culture, Journalism History, And African Studies Review

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  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • The Beatles: Image and the Media
  • Michael R. Frontani
  • English
  • 19 June 2017
  • 9781578069668

10 thoughts on “The Beatles: Image and the Media

  1. says:

    yes, this one is amazing, full deserving of the five stars Academic Michael R Frontani has written a well researched, prescient book about how the image the Beatles projected to the world reflected their changing status from mop top entertainers to artists committed to the anti establishment ideals of 1960s counterculture He quotes from numerous eye witness accounts of the Beatles phenomenon, including Time, Newsweek, the New York Times and ultimately Rolling Stone magazine whose Beatles besotted editor in chief, Jann Wenner, exploited and capitalized on the Beatles image to promote the commercial interests of his rock publication Frontani traces the Beatles trajectory from a group packaged for American audiences as teen idols to drug culture subversives adulated and idolized by nearly all of society, from screaming youth to the leading intellectuals of the day, skillfully documenting how their morphing image was reflected and absorbed by the media, and the world at large.

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