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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 Harper Cossar, Heather McIntosh,  
Jacob Dittmer, Markus Stauff, Stephen Brauer, Ben Goldsmith, Brett  
Hutchins, David Rowe and Ethan Tussey.

This issue's columns in brief:

"Sports Media: Tensions and Transitions" by Harper Cossar  
Why the sports should take a more prominent place in media studies.

"HBO, Sports Documentary, and Women's and Girls' Soccer" by Heather  
McIntosh (
A look at the narrative arcs of two HBO Sports? documentaries about  
female soccer teams in the U.S.

"Football's New Forms: How New Media is Changing Football Fandom" by  
Jacob Dittmer (
A consideration of the interactive effects among video games, fantasy  
sports and football broadcasting.

"The Faces of Athletes: Visibility and Knowledge Production in Media  
Sport" by Markus Stauff (
A critical analysis of the relationship between television, sports,  
performance, and commentary.

"The Dual/Dueling Sides of T.O./Terrell Owens" by Stephen Brauer  
An analysis of Terrell Owens? trans-mediated personality.

"Sportv: Beyond the Sport Event" by Ben Goldsmith (
An analysis of sportstv, a new category of sports television  
previously unexamined within television studies scholarship.

"Broadcasters Under Pressure: The Growing Power of Telecommunications  
and Digital Media Companies in the Sports Market" by  Brett Hutchins  
and David Rowe (
A consideration of the impact of digital media companies on sports  

"Foam Finger Cubicle: Selling ESPN360 as Workspace Media" by Ethan  
Tussey (
A look at the ways ESPN has identified the office as a viable marketing space.

"XFL @ MSNBC.COM: Reflecting on a Moment and Looking to the Future" by  
Fred Mason (
A reading of the XFL message boards and users' failure to question the  
dominant masculine structures of sport.

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We look forward to your visit and encourage your comments.

Best wishes,

Flow Editorial Staff

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