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“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars juan llamas-rodriguez / university of california, santa barbara
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead david greven / university of south carolina
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld myles mcnutt / old dominion university
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc susan courtney / university of south carolina
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement phoebe bronstein/university of california, san diego
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars juan llamas-rodriguez / university of california, santa barbara
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead david greven / university of south carolina
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld myles mcnutt / old dominion university
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc susan courtney / university of south carolina
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement phoebe bronstein/university of california, san diego
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016 carol vernallis / stanford university
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger casey mccormick / mcgill university
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory eric hahn / new york university
“always off” connection germaine halegoua / university of kansas
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane greg clinton | stony brook university
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility roopali mukherjee / cuny, queens college
trauma on a loop: the national september 11 memorial museum toby lee / new york university
the rhetoric of the loop: animated gifs and documentary film colin beckett / independent critic
the ethical implication of zeros, circles and loops s. topiary landberg / uc santa cruz
the recordist as enunciator; looping in the work of delia derbyshire and daphne oram lyn goeringer / michigan state university
loops within loops: reflections on the work of marco brambilla david bering-porter / the new school
one hundred and one sinkholes: notes on the film loop josh guilford / amherst college
data visualization, loops, and the taming of big data: wind map tess takahashi / independent scholar
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“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory
“always off” connection
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility
trauma on a loop: the national september 11 memorial museum
the rhetoric of the loop: animated gifs and documentary film
the ethical implication of zeros, circles and loops
the recordist as enunciator; looping in the work of delia derbyshire and daphne oram
loops within loops: reflections on the work of marco brambilla
one hundred and one sinkholes: notes on the film loop
data visualization, loops, and the taming of big data: wind map
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“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory
“always off” connection
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility
trauma on a loop: the national september 11 memorial museum
the rhetoric of the loop: animated gifs and documentary film
the ethical implication of zeros, circles and loops
the recordist as enunciator; looping in the work of delia derbyshire and daphne oram
loops within loops: reflections on the work of marco brambilla
one hundred and one sinkholes: notes on the film loop
data visualization, loops, and the taming of big data: wind map
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facebook twitter a critical forum on television and media culture home about flow contribute credits authors editorial team technical credits former editors flow conference 2016 flow 2016 registration & check-in flow 2016 conference schedule and roundtables flow 2016 conference location flow 2016 lodging and transportation flow2016 organizers “blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars juan llamas-rodriguez / university of california, santa barbara juan llamas-rodriguez considers the re-branding campaigns, and accompanying quality and class discourses, that netflix launched in response to losing its streaming licenses for televisa’s telenovelas after the mexican broadcasting giant created its own streaming service, blim. read more » “warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university in this column, caetlin benson-allott argues that the moral panic following the 1979 release of the warriors was the result of latent, coded racism on the part of both the media and the public. read more » there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead david greven / university of south carolina david greven explores the masculine and queer representations of the seventh season of amc’s the walking dead in relation to 90s teen comedies, the judd apatow school of beta males, and alt-right white nationalism. read more » monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld myles mcnutt / old dominion university using the new hbo series westworld, myles mcnutt discusses the shifts in television and media coverage that feeds theory-driven conversations and enables a set of forensic fan practices. read more » ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin anthony p. mcintyre explores the affective and power dynamics of cuteness in an uncertain political climate. read more » mediating ferguson in columbia, sc susan courtney / university of south carolina susan courtney reflects on her experience teaching race, justice, and media in columbia, sc through her undergraduate course, “mediating ferguson, usa: 1915-2015,” in spring 2015. read more » policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement phoebe bronstein/university of california, san diego phoebe bronstein explores the representation of southern law enforcement around andy griffith in the “danny meets andy” episode of make room for daddy, exploring how the show navigated national and regional discourses and anxieties of the police during the civil rights movement. read more » *current issue* volume 23, issue 1 “blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars juan llamas-rodriguez / university of california, santa barbara “warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead david greven / university of south carolina monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld myles mcnutt / old dominion university ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin mediating ferguson in columbia, sc susan courtney / university of south carolina policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement phoebe bronstein/university of california, san diego previous issues 23.01 audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016 carol vernallis / stanford university october 25, 2016 leave a comment tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger casey mccormick / mcgill university october 24, 2016 5 comments #trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory eric hahn / new york university october 24, 2016 one comment “always off” connection germaine halegoua / university of kansas october 24, 2016 leave a comment bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane greg clinton | stony brook university october 24, 2016 2 comments to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility roopali mukherjee / cuny, queens college october 22, 2016 2 comments special issue: loop media trauma on a loop: the national september 11 memorial museum toby lee / new york university october 3, 2016 leave a comment the rhetoric of the loop: animated gifs and documentary film colin beckett / independent critic october 1, 2016 leave a comment the ethical implication of zeros, circles and loops s. topiary landberg / uc santa cruz september 19, 2016 leave a comment the recordist as enunciator; 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