James Fenwick explores Hollywood film history through archival research of the industry’s unmade films.Read more
There’s a Place for Us: Finding a Home for Theater in Media Studies
Peter C. Kunze / University of Texas at Austin
Peter C. Kunze proposes greater consideration for theater within media studies, especially in an age of convergence and conglomeration.Read more
by: John McMurria / DePaul University
With the divide growing between consumer groups, global corporations, government agencies, and end users, there are increasing calls for genuine change in the way digital music is disseminated. Is the time right for compulsory licensing as a viable alternative?
by: Sharon Ross / Columbia College Chicago
How film remakes TV, and how TV remakes TV, too.
by: Mary L. Nucci / Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
An examination of the state of IMAX film and how digital remastering of Hollywood films may affect the format.
by: Mary Beth Haralovich / University of Arizona
Recently, I was asked to comment on the credibility of reality television as compared to the credibility of street photography by artists like Diane Arbus, Robert Frank and Cindy Sherman.
by: Thomas Schatz / University of Texas-Austin
Could DVD be the force that finally ushers in HD?
by: Frederick Wasser / Brooklyn College CUNY
The connection between politics and movies is continuous and yet murky…