Kit Hughes explores the cable industry’s dual missions to uphold quality programming for children while pushing for deregulation.
by: Nichola Dobson / Independent Scholar
Caught in between disputing media cable providers, audiences find alternative ways to circumvent the
media’s economically driven programming strategies.
by: L. S. Kim / University of California, Santa Cruz
It’s a good time to consider the emergence, significance, and implications of television targeted towards Asian Americans.
by: Heather Hendershot / Queens College
Questioning Comedy Central’s fixation on the male audience.
by: Shana Agid / Sarah Lawrence College
Thoughts on Transgeneration and TV’s quest to create a viable “normal” transgender person.
by: Megan Mullen / University of Wisconsin-Parkside
New strategies in cable television are reinforcing the metaphor of cultural gated communities.