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Sun, 11 Sep 2005 11:58:08 -0500
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Just wanted to let you know that the latest issue of Flow: A critical forum on
television and media culture was published Friday, September 9th. This issue
features columns by Tim Anderson, Aniko Bodroghkozy, David Golumbia,
Henry Jenkins, Diane Negra, and Sharon Ross.

Please feel free to visit the journal at to read these
columns and contribute responses to them.

This issue's columns in brief:

"How Much Do I Love "myTunes"? Allow Me to List the Ways..." by Tim Anderson: 
With the proliferation of mp3 players, CD burners and cheap CD-Rs the art of
the mix is practiced now more than ever.

"Bring the War Home: Iraq War Stories from Steven Bochco and Cindy Sheehan" by
Aniko Bodroghkozy:
What Over There and the coverage of Cindy Sheehan can tell us about who has a
stake in the current war in Iraq.

"What is Lost?" byDavid Golumbia: 
Takes the "Lost" discussion one step further.

"I WANT MY GEEK TV!" by Henry Jenkins: 
Global Frequency and the future of fan communities.

"Celebrity Nepotism, Family Values and E! Television" by Diane Negra:
A closer look at families, wealth and Filthy Rich Cattle Drive.

"Teen Choice Awards: Better Than The Emmys?" by Sharon Ross:
Hidden behind the surfboards is an awards show that celebrates much of what the
Emmys have overlooked.

We look forward to your visit.
Best wishes,
Flow Editorial Staff

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