You may be familiar with Wikipedia, the grass-roots encyclopedia that
anyone (yes, /anyone/) may edit. I was browsing it this morning and
noticed that it was missing entries for academic film/TV
organizations--specifically SCMS and UFVA (as well as their journals).
So I created "stubs" for them.
Stubs are Wikipedia articles that have just been begun and need more
information. I provided a basic skeleton for these articles, but they
need fleshing out by persons knowledgeable about these organizations
(and their publications). If you possess that sort of knowledge, I'd
encourage you to visit one of the following articles and fill in the blanks.
Remember, anyone may edit a Wikipedia entry, but there are some basic
guidelines (see below).
Also, there's an article on film journals that really needs to be
Comments about the articles may be posted on each of their "discussion"
or "talk" pages. Comments for me about these articles may be posted at
my personal talk page:
Yours in better wikiing,
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