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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 Lisa W. Kelly, Chris Russill, Cynthia
Chris, Christine Quail, Jacqueline Vickery, and Julia Lesage

This issue's columns in brief:

"You're Fired! Reflecting the Economic Crisis in the Business
Entertainment Format"
by Lisa W. Kelly
An exploration of business-minded television shows and the recent
economic climate.

"Whale Wars: A Deeper Shade of Green on the Public Screen" by Chris Russill
A look at Animal Planets?s Whale Wars and the sensational media
tactics involved.

"The End" by Cynthia Chris
How should a TV series end? A look at the final episodes of Battlestar
Galactica and ER.

" I'm A Loser, Baby" by Christine Quail
An exploration of the value contemporary audiences place on the losers
of competitive reality television shows.

" House, FB: A Consideration of Convergence Marketing" by Jacqueline
Vickery (
A look at the ways in which television capitalizes from the
convergence of social media such as Facebook

" 'Scared Crazy' and Torture " by Julia Lesage (
An examination of how fiction develops, indeed structures, social issues.

We look forward to your visit and encourage your comments.

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Best wishes,

Flow Editorial Staff

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