La télé poubelle (de l'anglais « Trash TV ») est un terme péjoratif et familier désignant l'ensemble des programmes jugés comme ayant une valeur culturelle moindre ou nulle par rapport à l'ensemble des émissions télévisuelles proposées, et dont l'objectif essentiel est de faire de l'audimat à tout prix en jouant du parfum de scandale ou en proposant des sujets racoleurs, spectaculaires et sensationnels, à base d'instincts primitifs, de réactions archaïques et de vulgarité profuse.

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  • La télé poubelle (de l'anglais « Trash TV ») est un terme péjoratif et familier désignant l'ensemble des programmes jugés comme ayant une valeur culturelle moindre ou nulle par rapport à l'ensemble des émissions télévisuelles proposées, et dont l'objectif essentiel est de faire de l'audimat à tout prix en jouant du parfum de scandale ou en proposant des sujets racoleurs, spectaculaires et sensationnels, à base d'instincts primitifs, de réactions archaïques et de vulgarité profuse. La télé poubelle est une télévision sans ambition pédagogique ou artistique, essentiellement destinée à attirer le téléspectateur sur le contenu de flashs publicitaires. Sur le plan marketing, son cœur de cible est la ménagère de moins de 50 ans.
  • A tabloid talk show is a subgenre of the talk show genre. The subgenre achieved peak viewership during the late 20th century. Airing mostly during the day and distributed mostly through broadcast syndication, tabloid talk shows originated in the 1960s and early 1970s with series hosted by Joe Pyne, Les Crane and Phil Donahue; the format was popularized by the personal confession-filled The Oprah Winfrey Show, which debuted nationally in 1986. Tabloid talk shows have sometimes been described as the "freak shows" of the late 20th century since most of their guests were outside the mainstream. The host invites a group of guests to discuss an emotional or provocative topic – ranging from marital infidelity to more outlandish topics – and the guests are encouraged to make public confessions and resolve their problems with on-camera "group therapy". Similar shows are popular throughout Europe.Tabloid talk shows are sometimes described using the pejorative slang term "Trash TV", particularly when producers appear to purposely design their shows to create controversy or confrontation, as in the case of Geraldo (such as when a 1988 show featuring Ku Klux Klan members, anti-racist skinheads, and Jewish activists led to an on-camera brawl) and The Jerry Springer Show, which focused on lurid trysts – often between family members. While sociologist Vicki Abt criticized tabloid TV shows, claiming that they have blurred the lines between normal and deviant behavior, Yale sociology professor Joshua Gamson argues that the genre's focus on sexual orientation provided a great deal of media visibility for LGBT people. The genre experienced a particular spike during the 1990s, when a large number of such shows were on the air but which gradually gave way during the 2000s to a more universally appealing form of talk show.
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  • La télé poubelle (de l'anglais « Trash TV ») est un terme péjoratif et familier désignant l'ensemble des programmes jugés comme ayant une valeur culturelle moindre ou nulle par rapport à l'ensemble des émissions télévisuelles proposées, et dont l'objectif essentiel est de faire de l'audimat à tout prix en jouant du parfum de scandale ou en proposant des sujets racoleurs, spectaculaires et sensationnels, à base d'instincts primitifs, de réactions archaïques et de vulgarité profuse.
  • A tabloid talk show is a subgenre of the talk show genre. The subgenre achieved peak viewership during the late 20th century. Airing mostly during the day and distributed mostly through broadcast syndication, tabloid talk shows originated in the 1960s and early 1970s with series hosted by Joe Pyne, Les Crane and Phil Donahue; the format was popularized by the personal confession-filled The Oprah Winfrey Show, which debuted nationally in 1986.
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