Faith at TV Frame
Faith at TV Frame is the title of a book recently compiled by Esmaeil Bani Ardalan, Majid Husseinizadeh and Alaodin Rahimi.
IBNA: The book contains a collection of speeches by members of the cinema and media group of the Research Center of Culture, Arts and Communications in 1389 (2010) on expansion of dialogues and exchange of ideas among the field's experts. The book is now published by the center a year after the series of sessions were the addresses were made.
A part of the introduction of the book by Abdollah Bicheranlou, manager of cinema and TV group of the center, reads as follows: "When it comes to the interaction between religion and media, there is a heated debate among scholars about the existence of such interactions given the fact that some believe media has nothing to do with religion because of its western nature while others assume a link between media technologies and religion. The former maintain that the TV can be looked at as a means for expansion of cultural issues in the society."
The collected speeches consider various topics including television and fiction programming on religious subjects, assessment of the historical and religious aspects of Mokhtarnameh series, Mokhtar's historical characteristic, and TV series for Ramadan in the year 1389.
The Research Center of Culture, Arts and Communications has published the book for the first time in the Iranian market.
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