We want to let you know that the new issue of Flow: A Critical Forum
on Television and Media Culture is available at http://flowtv.org.
This issue features columns from Lisa Parks, Jane Feuer, Jane Park,
Trisha Dunleavy, Yeidy M. Rivero, and Peter Lehman
This issue's columns in brief:
"You Can be Dead but You?re Never Really Dead: Six Feet, Six Inches Under"
by Peter Lehman
An examination of bodu culture in the first two episodes of Six Feet
"Around the Antenna Tree: The Politics of Infrastructural Visibility"
by Lisa Parks (http://flowtv.org/?p=2507): An examination of what is
at stake when technological infrastructures are hidden.
"Spinning Off Crossing Over" by Jane Feur
An exploration on the applicability of the concept of diegesis,
through the television drama Grey?s Anatomy/Private Practice.
" Orientalized Masculinities in Contemporary Australian Cinema" by Jane Parks
An investigation of Asian masculinities in Little Fish and Japanese Story.
" Strategies of Innovation in 'High-End' TV Drama: The Contribution of
Cable" by Trisha Dunleavy
This column contends that post-2000 innovation in American TV drama
has been most striking at the ?high-end? of the hour-long series and
" Are You Smarter Than a Cuban Customs Official?: Reassessing Cuba?s
Commercial Television Influence in Latin America " by Yeidy M. Rivero
An examination of Cuba?s once prominent position in the region?s mediascape.
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