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Dear Friends,

*Media Industries *is pleased to announce the publication of its latest
issue (Vol. 4, No. 2 <>). Once again,
this issue features an impressive global profile and covers a range of
topics. Contributors come from New Zealand, Canada, Denmark, The
Netherlands, and Singapore, and engage in debates about film distribution,
transmedia collaborations, and the fate of the publishing industry.

More details are below. Please share widely, and consider submitting your
own research for our next peer-reviewed issue.

*About Vol. 4, No. 2*

Film Distribution in New Zealand: Industrial Organization,  Power
Relations, and Market Failure
*Argelia Muñoz Larroa (Victoria University of Wellington) and Natália
Ferrer-Roca (Victoria University of Wellington)*

Cold Comfort: Lessons for the Twenty-First-Century Newspaper Industry from
the Twentieth-Century Ice Industry
*Andrew Duffy (Nanyang Technological University), Rich Ling (Nanyang
Technological University), and Oscar Westlund (University of Gothenberg and
IT-University of Copenhagen)*

Human and Business Success Factors for Transmedia Design Collaborations
*Kevyn Eva Norton (NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences and
NortonConcepts) and Michelle Helena Kovacs (NHTV Breda University of
Applied Sciences)*

Bureaucrats and Movie Czars: Canada’s Feature Film Policy since 2000
*Charles Tepperman (University of Calgary)*

*Book Review:* Birth of an Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of
 American Animation
*Review by Allyson Nadia Field (University of Chicago)*

*Resource Review: *Media History Digital Library and Entertainment Industry
 Magazine Archive
*Review by James Steffen (Emory University)*

*Call for Papers*

*Media Industries *accepts open call submissions on a rolling basis, and we
encourage you to submit your research for our next peer-reviewed issue.

Submissions can address the full spectrum of media industries, including
film, television, internet, radio, music, publishing, gaming, advertising,
and mobile communications, and query a range of industry-related concerns
and processes, such as production, distribution, infrastructure, policy,
exhibition, and retailing. Contemporary or historical studies may explore
industries individually or examine relations between industrial sectors,
employing qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methodologies.

We expect contributions to adopt a critical, rather than instrumental,
perspective and engage with relevant media industries literature. We are
especially interested in contributions that draw attention to global and
international perspectives, and use innovative methodologies, imaginative
theoretical approaches, and new research directions. We encourage authors
to employ the online format creatively by incorporating audiovisual
materials and hyperlinks within their articles.

*About Media Industries*

The journal is maintained by a managing Editorial Collective
<> and Editorial Board
<> comprised of an
international group of media industries scholars. Strategic leadership for
the journal is shared amongst faculty members at the following
institutions: The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Georgia State
University; King’s College London; Queensland University of Technology;
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Stockholm University; University
of California, Santa Barbara; University of Nottingham; and University of
Texas at Austin.

For additional information about *Media Industries*, please visit:

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Sincerely, the *Media Industries *Editorial Collective

Amelia Arsenault, Christian Christensen, Stuart Cunningham, Michael Curtin,
Elizabeth Evans, Terry Flew, Anthony Fung, Jennifer Holt, Ramon Lobato,
Paul McDonald, Ross Melnick, Alisa Perren, Kevin Sanson, Jeanette Steemers,
Julian Thomas, and Patrick Vonderau.

Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite