Unlike any other episode to date, “Waldorf Stories” stresses the importance of masculine disengagement by creating a context in which this mode is no longer available to Don.
The 62nd Primetime Emmys aired last night on NBC with a first-time host, and several first-time winners. There’s much to discuss, and at Antenna, we’re curious: what do you think?
Ten (or more) media industry stories you might have missed recently.
The documentary reality TV series American Pickers and Pawn Stars are two of this summer’s hottest original shows on cable. And yet, how is that shows about collecting really expensive stuff are so popular amidst an economic recession?
Keeping shooting schedules is hard enough under perfect conditions. For producers in the West Bank things are never perfect. For a scholar, for better and for worse, that’s part of the story.
If I were to pick a worthy successor of Buffy’s Sunnydale, it would be Mystic Falls rather than Bon Temps.
Kids are being sexualized these days. And, wouldn’t you know it, popular culture is said to be at fault
Mad Men begs the question of how the 1960s embodied by our characters informs the present world that we now inhabit. What would it mean if we are the inheritors not of only the brave triumphs of the Freedom Riders, but also of the indifference or disinterest of people who felt unaffected by them?
When, if at all, can we appeal to painting to explain a filmmaker’s work?
American TV in Malawi, by way of China and South Africa. What are we to make of the cultural intermediaries, and what does this say about global media flow?
And…we’re back. Ten (or more) media industry stories you might have missed recently.
We may be several decades removed from the emotional upheavals of the culture debates, but popular studies remains a readily mocked area in mainstream media, especially as universities are often asked to produce efficient and effectual employees rather than well rounded individuals.
In the Inception election, is there anyone left in Australia who harbours political ambitions, personal integrity, a strong stance on environmental issues, and a unified and universal identity? Crikey, yes!
Over the past few weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to watch a fandom take root at double speed. And despite the purpose of this Antenna series, I’m not talking about Mad Men.