318 Education as Entertainment

Arvind Singhal, a professor of communications in Texas, is an authority on social learning, and the impact of fiction and storytelling on culture. We talk about TV.


Arvind Singhal


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Metta is under-estimating the amount of work involved in producing a TV show. She would need a crew of 50 people, plus the actors and a whole team of professional writers. Good luck with it, but don’t pin too many hopes on its success.

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