We just wanted to let you know that the latest issue of Flow: A critical forum
on television and media culture is out. This issue features columns by
Christopher Anderson, Jonathan Gray, Chandler Harriss, Dan Leopard, and Walter
Please visit the journal at http://www.flowtv.org to read these columns and
contribute responses to them.
This issue's columns in brief:
"Truth and Beauty" by Christopher Anderson:
Perhaps it's time to focus a bit more of our attention on the technology,
industry, and visualization strategies of medical imaging.
"Merging With Diversity, or, Got MLK?" by Jonathan Gray:
Will the upcoming merger between the WB and UPN networks result in the
whitewashing of what little African American programming network television has
mustered thus far?
"Feature: 'Ad'ing by Subtraction" by Chandler Harriss:
How do you know you're "too old" for advertisers (and therefore networks) to
cater to you? Perhaps when you're at home on Saturday night...
"Micro-Ethnographies of the Screen: Sundance 2006" by Dan Leopard:
A discussion of the small screens, Sundance, and the future of independent film
"'Big Man on Campus Ladies'" by Walter Metz:
Metz discusses the Oxygen TV show Campus Ladies and the so-called outrageous
collegiate lives, the politicization of academia and the "vitriol reserved at
this moment of American culture for professors."
We look forward to your visit.
Flow Editorial Staff
Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the
University of Alabama: http://www.tcf.ua.edu