As various groups rethink drama’s place in the “new golden age” of radio, podcasts by The Truth, a group responsible for some of the most interesting dramatic audio in recent memory, are producing a new sense of audioposition.
Despite hard times and dire predictions for U.S. daytime soap operas in recent years, the present moment has in fact turned out to be one of the more exciting and promising in the genre’s history.
Clear Channel has figured out how to profit from college radio. Can college radio survive its embrace?
A look at Māori television media convergence and multiplatform expansion.
As everyone else was drooling over the final episodes of LOST, I fully admit that I was focusing on my weekly fix of Lifetime’s Army Wives. Despite its lack of cultural cachet, to me the show continues to illustrate an interesting tension between niche marketing, media convergence, and politically charged topicality.