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From: Elliott Parker <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 19 Jan 1993 17:16:12 EST
To: Multiple recipients of list CARR-L <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Comm. lists (fwd)
 
I have appended a few other lists at the end.
 
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Date:         Sun, 17 Jan 1993 18:57:39 -0600
Reply-To:     Julie Friedline <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       "Mass comm. and new technologies" <[log in to unmask]>
From:         Julie Friedline <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      bulletin boards
 
Following is a list of bulletin boards that I have been compiling for my
colleagues in Communication Studies here at the U of Iowa. They are simply
entries that I have gleaned from "lists of lists"; some I have sampled,
but most I have not. (I've included a couple parenthetical, personal
observations). The list name is first (all caps), followed by a
brief description and then the address(es). Unless otherwise indicated, to
subscribe, send the following message to the address listed: SUB list name
your full name (eg: SUB ARTCRIT Julie Friedline)
 
ARTCRIT     Issues related to the visual arts. Recent topics:
postmodernism, marxist and feminist theories, reviews.
Bitnet users: LISTSERV@YORKVM1
Others: LISTSERV%YORKVM1.BITNET.VM1.NODAK.EDU
 
AUDIO-L     Topics related to audio. Sample topics: theories, equipment,
applications.
LISTSERV@VMTECMEX
 
CINEMA-L    Informal discussion of issues related to film. (I have found
this list to be *very* active and *very* informal.
[log in to unmask]
 
Comp-Soc    Discussion related to the impact of technology and information
on society. Recent topics: information overload; classed society in the
information age.
To subscribe send a message to Dave Taylor, coordinator of the list:
<[log in to unmask]>{uunet!}{decwrl,apple}!limbo!taylor
 
CRTNET      Communication Research and Theory Network. Discussion of all
issues of human communication. (Also a great resource for job postings and
papercalls.) Moderated.
Bitnet users: LISTSERV@PSUVM
Others: [log in to unmask]
 
DERRIDA     Issues related to Jacques Derrida and deconstruction.
[log in to unmask]
 
FILM-L      Issues related to the various aspects of cinema. Recent
topics: film as art, entertainment, business; production equipment.
[log in to unmask]
 
JOURNET     Issues related to journalism.
Bitnet users: LISTSERV@QUCDN
Others: [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]
 
PMC         Discussion of postmodernism; distributes essays, bibs, etc.
Bitnet users: LISTESRV@NCSUVM
Others: [log in to unmask]
 
SCIT-L      Issues related to communication and information technology.
Bitnet users: LISTSERV@QUCDN
Others: [log in to unmask]
 
SCRNWRIT    Discussion of film and television screenwriting. Sample
topics: format, studios, directors, actors, story ideas.
LISTSERV@TAMVM1
 
SCREEN-L    Scholarly discussion of topics related to film and television,
especially teaching, research and theorizing.
[log in to unmask]
 
SHARP-L     Discussion of history of the printed word. Recent topics:
literacy studies, literary theory, economics of the book trade.
LISTSERV@IUBVM
 
TV-L         Informal discussion about anything and everything on television.
(I have found this list to be *very* active and *very* informal).
LISTSERV@TREARN
 
VIDEOTECH    Discussion of video technology. Sample topics: home
satellite, teletext, HighRes TV.
LISTSERVAUIUCVMD     SUB I-VIDTEK your full name
 
VIDPRO-L     Issues related to professional video production. Moderated.
Bitnet users: LISTSERV@ECNUXA
Others: [log in to unmask]
 
WMST-L       Issues related to Women's Studies; distributes bibs, syllabi,
course materials.
Bitnet users: LISTSERV@UMDD
 
X-CULT        International intercultural newsletter and discussion
written by (but not limited to) students at Penn State's course on
cross-cultural communication.
To subscribe send the following message to LISTSERV@PSUVM
TELL LISTSERV AT PSUVM SUB XCULT-L your full name
 
 
XCULT-X     Intercultural Communication Practicum for discussion of
communication theory and practice.
LISTSERV@UMRVMB or [log in to unmask]
 
 
I've proofed this, but probably didn't catch everything -- sorry for any
typos. Hope everyone had a good break -- welcome back!
 
Julie Friedline
Media Studies
U of Iowa
 
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Julie, here are a few more lists that might be of interest.  I
have taken the liberty of forwarding your list to CARR-L.
     A quibble on your subject line.  Most of your list and my
additions are Bitnet LISTSERVs (or pseudo-listservs).  In
addition, there are quite a few Usenet newsgroups and also a
variety of bulletin board systems. The best place to start on
BBSs is Mark Leff's TVBRDxxx list for broadcasters and
journalists.
     The newest version of Mark's list will be available in a day
or so and can be gotten by sending the command SEND MEDIA BBSLIST
to COMSERVE@RPITSVM or sending GET BJBBS LISTING to
[log in to unmask]
 
 
CARR-L@ULKYVM on computer-assisted reporting and research
 
CCNEWS@BITNIC on electronic publishing
 
COMSERVE@RPITSVM (or @VM.ITS.RPI.EDU) The most comprehensive list
for the entire range of human communication;  they also have a
variety of services and directories
 
[log in to unmask]  on copyediting
 
[log in to unmask] on general desktop publishing
 
MAGAZINE@RPITSVM on magazines
 
NOTABENE@TAUNIVM on NotaBene
 
PAGEMAKR@INDYCMS for PageMaker
 
PHOTO-L@BUACCA on photography
 
QUARKXPR@IUBVM for Quark Express
 
VPIEJ-L@VTVM1 on electronic journal publishing
 
WP50-L@UBVM for WordPerfect products
 
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Elliott Parker                 BITNET: 3ZLUFUR@CMUVM
Journalism Dept.               Internet: [log in to unmask]
Central Michigan University    Compuserve: 70701,520
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859 USA     The WELL: [log in to unmask]
 
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