The British invasion of Sterling Cooper at the end of season two has resulted in a noticeably different firm and a noticeably different direction to the series. This has also meant moments of audible change.
Computer games are noisy because computer game play is fragile; it dissipates far more readily than it coheres.
Ten (or more) media industry stories you might have missed recently.
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An intersection of civil rights and women’s rights is woven through this episode about women’s voices.
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The action scenes in some Bond films go for “less is more.”
Why conduct fantasy drafts of professional athletes when you can instead draft the new network television shows?
Summer 2010 can be summed up in two words for Bollywood watchers – hype and disappointment! With just a few hits, a couple of average earners, and a long list of flops, the industry’s scorecard has been nothing but dismal.
For today’s television showrunner, Twitter is simultaneously rife with potential and littered with pitfalls.
For many academics, the coming fall television season offers excitement, but also the stress of managing what we watch.
As the media hand-wringing continues over whether Rev. Terry Jones’s Quran book-burning stunt deserved so much media attention, commentators miss the more important points about this episode and its relationship to contemporary political culture.