This year posed a strongly economic undercurrent to the Oscar’s traditional nostalgia.
Republican and anti-choice ultrasound bills and laws have justifiably come under fire for being physically invasive, but what they say about women as audiences and as citizens is every bit as disturbing.
Finding the feminism in media studies can sometimes mean finding feminism in ourselves and enacting our own agency to make change, no matter how small it may seem.
I love the SuperBowl, but not for the reasons you’d expect. I usually don’t know who’s in it, don’t care who wins it, and don’t watch it. I do, however, love to use it in class when I teach TV…
Feminism is not just an approach one might take. It’s kind of the point.
I’m going to say this up front: I’m a music snob, and I hate the very idea of the Grammy Awards. If you’re looking for dispassionate analysis, stop reading now.
Ten (or more) media industry news items you might have missed recently.
When NBC aired its “Brotherhood of Man” promotion before the Super Bowl on Sunday, it provided a useful take on the network’s biggest strength…and its potential weakness.
What does Madonna’s half-time performance mean?
Is Key and Peele tentatively picking up the mantel of satiric sketch comedy that Chappelle abandoned? Why now?