There seem to be many works on "Philosophy and..." this or that popular TV show; philosophical takes on the ethical contents of tv shows; and works on television in critical theory, pop culture, and media studies, after than manner of the Frankfurt School.
But are there any good philosophical theories that incorporate the advent of "television" (in the largest, interactive sense) into a deeper, perhaps epistemological or phenomenological treatment? Something more like Hegel's treatment of art and history.
Perhaps I am missing a whole genre of philosophical work, but television seems so radical and fundamental to the Zeitgeist as to warrant a bigger place in the literature. Any suggestions?