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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 Jane Feuer, Yeidy M. Rivero, Jayson  
Harsin, Peter Lehman and Susan Hunt, Lisa Parks, and Trisha Dunleavy.

This issue's columns in brief:

"GMA Revisited" by Jane Feuer (
A look at Good Morning America, thirty years later.

"A Señora Drinks Café with a Fea in Bogota, the New Hip TV Production  
Place in Latin America" by Yeidy M. Rivero (
An examination of the international success and sale of Yo soy Betty,  
la fea and other telenovelas.

"The Rumor Bomb: On Convergence Culture and Politics" by Jayson Harsin
Reformulating Virilio to account for the speed and power of rumor in  
convergent times.

"Californication: Trouble in Body Guy Paradise" by Peter Lehman and Susan Hunt
A look at sex, masculinity and "the body guy" in Californication.

"Goodbye Rabbit Ears: Thoughts About the Digital TV Transition" by Lisa Parks
Reflections on how the digital television conversion will affect  
television studies and the public.

"Hybridity in TV Sitcom: The Case of Comedy Verité" by Trisha Dunleavy
An exploration of the conventions of the increasingly popular hybrid  
genre of comedy verité.

We look forward to your visit and encourage your comments.

Best wishes,

Flow Editorial Staff

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