Ten (or more) media industry news items you might have missed recently.
In this final post in our series From Mercury to Mars: Orson Welles on Radio after 75 Years, Jennifer Hyland Wang analyzes how responses to the War of the Worlds broadcast exposed much of the gender and class discourses underpinning the American Broadcasting system.
A federal appeals court just ended net neutrality because the FCC didn’t call it what it is: common carriage.
The From Mercury to Mars series continues today with a new post from Murray Pomerance about Orson Welles’ voice.
Josh Shepperd’s “On (the) Wisconsin Discourses” series continues with a focus on the contributions of Julie D’Acci to the concepts of emergence and temporality
Back from the break, here are ten or more media industry news items you might have missed recently.
The Antenna-Sounding Out! series From Mercury to Mars: Orson Welles on Radio after 75 Years continues on into the new year with a post on Sounding Out! from A. Brad Schwartz about the influence of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories on Orson Welles’ radio work.
As 2013 comes to a close, we here at Antenna are taking the time to reflect on the media and media stories of this year that we didn’t get to spend quite enough time thinking and talking about.