How an honest decision on a dating show lays bare the falsity of reality programs and the complicity of the audience.Read more
The place of “mobility” and “mobilities” in Communication Studies.
An examination of labor and class in the fields of television and film.
Launch Texts, Rebound Texts and Commentary Montage: Al Gore’s Appearance at the 2007 Academy Awards
Bernard Timberg, Erick Green, and Hsaio Chu / East Carolina University
A look at how Al Gore’s appearance at the Academy Awards was reprocessed by other texts in the twenty-four hour period after it was aired.Read more
Due to both its location and characters, Angel can be viewed as politically progressive commentary on immigration.Read more
New Poll on Proposed Flow Conference Date Conflicting with Yom Kippur.
Contemporary science fiction series question the bounds of the genre and the rise of infallible technology.
How Madeleine went missing in an inundation of media coverage.
How companies such as Cleanflix and Clearplay have led to new interpretations of copyright law and fair use.
An analysis of the appeal of the eponymous anti-hero in Showtime’s black comedy/crime drama “Dexter.”Read more
Discusses the changing representations of gay and straight men in “post-closet” network television as well as the ideological implications of this new era.
Television networks’ identities in a new media environment.Read more