From Inclusion Riders to Cultivating Care: What Lifetime Can Teach The Industry about Entertainment By and For Women, Pt. 2
Miranda J. Banks and Kristin J. Lieb / Emerson College
In the second part of their series, Miranda Banks and Kristin Lieb explore how the Lifetime Television Network is furthering its mission to support gender parity and inclusivity behind the lens.
The Devil in the Details: User Tracking Is Hurting More Than Our Privacy, It’s Doing Serious Damage to Public-Interest Media, Too.
Josh Braun / UMass Amherst
Josh Braun reveals how digital surveillance not only puts user safety and security at risk but is also a threat to quality reporting and public interest media.
“The Game on Top of the Game”: Navigating Race, Media, and the Business of Basketball in High Flying Bird
Courtney M. Cox / University of Southern California
Courtney M. Cox discusses the opportunities and limitations of recent shifts in power relations in professional basketball and the sports media landscape by examining Steven Soderbergh’s Netflix film High Flying Bird.
Lucifer’s Women and Doctor Dracula: Conjuring a Cult-Cult Canon, Pt. 2
Phil Oppenheim / Oppanopticom / EPIX / Brown Sugar SVOD
Phil Oppenheim further analyzes Lucifer’s Women and its cultishness, bringing in real-life events such as the Manson Family trial and to historically and narratively position the film.
Fan studies is an often misunderstood field. Jenny Keegan addresses the challenges of defining what is fan studies and what it is becoming.
Siobhán McHugh examines the transcultural strategies employed by Chinese podcasters in their translation of Western podcasts for the Chinese market.