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Avi Santo <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 24 Jul 2005 15:54:53 +0000
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Hi all,

Just wanted to let you know that the latest issue of Flow: A critical forum 
on
television and media culture came out on Friday, July 22. This issue 
features
columns by Faye Ginsberg and April Strickland, Derek Kompare, Vicki Mayer,
Allison McCracken, and Eileen Meehan with a guest column by Justin Wyatt.

We habe also published a one-time feature column by James Walker.

Please feel free to visit the journal at http://www.flowtv.org to read these
columns and contribute responses to them.

This issue's columns:

The latest in reality TV? M‚ori Television stakes a claim on the world 
stage.
Faye Ginsburg and April Strickland give us a closer look at Maori 
Television.

Teaching Television, or What I've Learned From Flow. Derek Kompare wrires 
about
rediscovering the excitement of teaching television studies.

Bussing the News. Vicki Mayer provides a snapshot of how real people discuss 
the
news in an unexpected public forum.

"C'mon Get Happy!" Partridge Family Values. Allison MaCracken tells us why 
the
Partridges are better than the Bradys.

Fluff: Eileen Meehan offers up part three of her series on the state of 
fluff
television: more on Peter Jennings' report on UFOs and how it fails to 
satisfy
as either news or fluff.

Colostomy bags, Masturbation and Naked Chicken Dancing: The Information 
World
According to Avid Merrion. James Walker examines 'celebrity culture' through
Bo' Selecta.

Separated at Birth?. Justin Wyatt discusses the charms of The Andy Milokanis
Show.

Please feel free to visit the journal at http://www.flowtv.org to read these
columns and contribute responses to them.

Best,

Avi Santo & Christopher Lucas
Coordinating Editors
Flow

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