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Fri, 7 May 2010 18:49:54 -0500
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We want to let you know that the new issue of Flow: A Critical Forum on
Television and Media Culture is available at

This issue features columns from Melissa Click, Aniko Imre and Alice  
Bardan, Jon Kraszewski, Matthew Ferrari and Konrad Ng.

This issue's columns in brief:

"Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution: Serving Up a Side of Individual  
Blame" by Melissa Click (
A look at why one of TV?s hottest chefs failed in his American food  

"Branding Romania II, or, the End of Choice" by Aniko Imre and Alice  
Bardan (
An examination of media uses and effects on branding Romania as a  
tourist destination.

"Post Racialism, Romance, and The Real World D.C. " by Jon Kraszewski  
A look at the politics of race in an interracial romance on The Real  
World, D.C.

"From 'Play to Display': Parkour as Media-Mimetics, or Nature  
Reclamation?" by Matthew Ferrari (
A look at internal tensions in the increasingly visible street "sport"  

"2010 Census and Grassroots Communities: Composing a Visual Heritage  
in the Digital Age" by Konrad Ng (
Confronting the issues and rhetoric prevalent in media concerning the  
shifting demographics to be made evident by the 2010 census.

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Flow Editorial Staff

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