The Ashley Madison data breach and Rentboy’s federally mandated closure underline Americans’ ongoing problems with intimacy and digital technology and ultimately function as flare-ups in a perennial debate about whom and how people should desire and be.
The FCC’s new Open Internet rules are a major come-from-behind victory for net neutrality. How in the world did this actually get done? And what exactly happens now?
A federal appeals court just ended net neutrality because the FCC didn’t call it what it is: common carriage.
Chuck Tryon discusses Jeff Ulin’s latest book on media distribution, focusing on temporal and spatial considerations in a global, digital marketplace.
The policy battle over net neutrality is heating back up with the hearing in Verizon v. FCC. Here’s what’s at stake in the case.
Extracting clips from DVDs is and will continue to be a crucial skill for media educators and researchers even as cloud and streaming services threaten DVDs; here’s how to do it.
E3 begins this week and with it will come more news on Sony and Microsoft’s new consoles. What might we learn and how will it change the entire gaming industry?
Ten (or more) media industry news items you might have missed recently.
Prospect Park’s soap opera strategy tests traditional conceptions of televisual value within an evolving space of digital distribution.
If Atmos or a similar system were to become the industry standard, questions arise as to how its potential aesthetic might shape the way films sound and look.