Deborah L. Jaramillo examines cable news demographics and how, contrary to popular assumptions, MSNBC and Fox News both vie for certain age groups, with varying levels of success.
Read moreIn his second column, Brian Fauteux, drawing on insights from The Cultural Capital Project, examines the ways digital music industry executives have dominated the narrative of streaming music and argues for more voices from the creative laborers who produce content for the streaming music giants.
Read moreHelen Morgan-Parmett explores the ways in which podcasting’s sensorial, intimate, and convergent capabilities produce new connections to space and place.
Read moreFinley Freibert intervenes with traditional interpolations of gay activism in the 1960s and 1970s to investigate media activism performed in the name of gay and democratic socialist liberation.
Read more“Forever Young”: Digital De-Aging, Memory, and Nostalgia
Kathleen Loock / Europa-Universität Flensburg
Kathleen Loock explores the increasing use of digital de-aging in Hollywood cinema and how the phenomenon affects stars’ personas and audience memory and nostalgia.