Official Season 2000 Cosmic Team Roster
Player TV Show Position
Gillian Anderson X-Files P
Christina Applegate Jesse CF
Lucille Ball I Love Lucy IF/C
Joey Bishop Joey Bishop Show RF
Drew Carey Drew Carey Show 1B
Johnny Carson Tonight Show P
Portia de Rossi Ally McBeal P
Tom Green Tom Green Show P
Sheila Kuehl The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis LF
Ricki Lake Ricki Lake Show 2B
Jay Leno Tonight Show C
Tea Leoni The Naked Truth P
David Letterman Late Show with David Letterman OF
Ozzie Nelson Ozzie & Harriet SS
Conan O'Brien Late Night with Conan O'Brien IF
Laura Prepon That 70s Show 3B
Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld P
Phil Silvers Sgt. Bilko P
Jerry Springer Jerry Springer Show P
Team Management
Don Imus
Don Imus replaced Calista Flockhart on June 18.
Imus in the Morning Manager
Chris Farley Saturday Night Live Coach
Keith Olbermann Fox Sports G.M.
Howdy Doody Howdy Doody Show Owner
Teledome Seats 44,197 Park
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Keith Olbermann




Team Owner


Howdy Doody




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from
"Towards a Reinachian Ontology of Television "
by
Lars Lundsten

The perceptional approach emphasises the deeds of members of television audiences. Television is conceived of as an object of our perception or as an instrument that enables the audience to go beyond the range of its natural vision and hearing. From this point of view, television is an instrument of the same kind as a stethoscope, a magnifying glass or a microscope.

Our approach, the presentational one, emphasises the deeds of television producers. Television is conceived of as a manifestation of certain communicative attempts by the producer, i.e. networks, journalists, directors, and other people behind the programming. It is an instrument that enables these people to reach beyond the natural range of their own voices and gestures. From this point of view, television is an instrument of the same kind as megaphones, semaphores, or smoke signals.

Television is always about something. As viewers we are, primarily, interested in the objects appearing to us on the screen. The receiver itself, as well as the noises and images it exposes are of secondary interest.

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Telecity Superbas- Season 2000 Official Team Roster
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Published: December 6, 1999
Revised: June 18, 2000
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