Black Guy Corner: What the Upfront Photos Say about the State of TV, Part 3
Cindy Conaway and Sheila Marie Aird / SUNY Empire State College

This article, the third and final installment in a series, critically examines race in the television networks’ “upfronts,” and consider fears about miscegenation within the context of casting and ratings success. This article continues to interrogate the question of whether or not the television industry reinforces hegemony through the images used to promote these shows.



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Black Guy Corner: What the Upfront Photos Say about the State of TV, Part 2 / Cindy Conaway and Sheila Marie Aird / SUNY Empire State College

This article, the second in an ongoing series, offers a critical examination of race in television networks’ “upfronts,” the photographs distributed to promote new shows. Does the television industry reinforce hegemony through the images used to promote these shows?



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Black Guy Corner: What the Upfront Photos Say about the State of TV
Cindy Conaway and Sheila Marie Aird/ SUNY Empire State College

A critical examination of “upfronts,” the photographs distributed by television studios to promote new shows. Does the television industry promote an agenda through imagery that maintains positions of power, or does it covertly use images to give primacy to a particular group of people?



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