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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 Meghan Sutherland, David L. Andrews,  
Max Dawson, Lucas Hilderbrand, David Parry and Michael Peterson,  
Laurie Beth Clark, and Lisa Nakamura.

This issue's columns in brief:

"Thinking the Box" by Meghan Sutherland (
Rethinking television aesthetics and industrial production through  
ABC?s Conveyor Belt of Love.

"The Olympic Games and the Politicization of Everyday Life" by David  
L. Andrews (
A look at the often-brutal power dynamic undergirding the Olympics and  
its media history.

"Face to Face with the E-Waste of Tomorrow at the 2010 Consumer  
Electronics Show" by Max Dawson (
One media scholar?s reportage of and reaction to the 2010  
International Consumer Electronics Show.

"Phonography: Lessons Learned from Teaching Audio Technologies" by  
Lucas Hilderbrand (
Reflections on teaching cultural studies of sound technology and  
popular music.

"Not So New: Thoughts on Emerging Media" by David Parry  
 From card catalogs to status updates, the use of the term ?new? in  
relation to media is less than rigorous and potentially dangerous.

" 'I See You?': Gender and Disability in Avatar" By Michael Peterson,  
Laurie Beth Clark, and Lisa Nakamura (
In addition to critiquing Avatar's representations of gender and  
disability, the authors also consider the reasons for the film's  
widespread popularity.

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Flow Editorial Staff

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