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Johnny Walker <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 7 Mar 2018 15:34:38 +0000
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Dear all,

I am seeking reviewers for the following books for inclusion in a future edition of the Journal of Popular Television (Intellect). Book reviews are typically around 1000 words.

If you're interested in reviewing either, please reply to this email and attach an academic CV.

*         Title: Open TV: Innovation beyond Hollywood and the Rise of Web Television

*         Author: Aymar Jean Christian

*         Publisher: NYU Press

*         Title: Morta Las Vegas: CSI and the Problem of the West

*         Authors: Nathaniel Lewis and Stephen Tatum

*         Publisher: University of Nebraska Press

Best wishes


Dr Johnny Walker
Senior Lecturer in Media
Programme Leader, BA Mass Communications
Departmental Lead, Erasmus and Study Abroad

Department of Social Sciences
Northumbria University, Squires 306c
Tel. (+ 44) 191 227 3920

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