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Picture it, U.S. 2020…’: The Golden Girls and sitcom nostalgia during the pandemic Kate Fortmueller

Kate Fortmueller. “‘Picture it, U.S. 2020…’: The Golden Girls and sitcom nostalgia during the pandemic,” in The Golden Age of Television: The Golden Girls Reader. Edited by Taylor Cole Miller and […]

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Who Cares about Media Industry COVID policies? Kate Fortmueller

Kate Fortmueller. “Who Cares about Media Industry COVID policies?” In Media Industries in Crisis: What COVID Unmasked. Edited by Vicki Mayer, Miranda Banks, and Noa Lavie. New York: Routledge. Abstract: During […]

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Film and Cinema: Industry Studies Kate Fortmueller

Kate Fortmueller has become the section editor for “Film and Cinema: Industry Studies,” Routledge Resources Online: Screen Studies, Sarah Atkinson (general editor). New York: Routledge.

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Pandemic Soundstage: Policy and Reality in Hollywood’s Return to Work Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn and Jooyoung Kim

Kate Fortmueller (2022). “Pandemic Soundstage: Policy and Reality in Hollywood’s Return to Work” Essential: Global Film and Television Production During the Pandemic. April 9-11. Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. https://express.adobe.com/page/ZPOFOt9Mwpd9x/ Abstract: […]

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What US Spanish Language TV’s Primetime Tells Us about Latinx/Hispanic Culture Carolina Acosta-Alzuru

ABSTRACT:  According to the Pew Research Center, the Hispanic population in the US reached 62.1 million in 2020, a 23% increase from 2010. This increase is faster than the nation’s […]

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Asia’s shifting television landscapes Anandam Kavoori

Chadha, K. & Andy Kavoori (forthcoming). “Asia’s shifting television landscapes” in Kim. Y (ed.) Media in Asia (Routledge).  This article explores television landscapes in Asia. Exploring both past and emergent […]

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Will it travel? The Local vs. Global Tug-of-War for Telenovela and Turkish Dizi Producers Carolina Acosta-Alzuru

ABSTRACT: Long-established telenovela production powerhouses face new opportunities and threats that complicate the differences between their local and global audiences. In addition, new non-Latino-American players, such as Turkey, have been […]

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Aşk is Amor: The Turkish Drama Goes to America Carolina Acosta-Alzuru

ABSTRACT: Once upon a time, the primetime grids of Latin American countries were populated only by telenovelas, a genre that was watched in over 130 countries around the world. At […]

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Media Imports and the One-Inch Barrier: Translation Debates in the Pose-Parasite Era Laurena Bernabo

Abstract: This chapter aims to explore popular discourses surrounding Parasite and other media imports in the U.S. vis-à-vis translation practices like dubbing and subtitling. I use Parasite as an entry point to critically examine […]

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From Riches to Rags: The Decline of Venezuelan Telenovelas Carolina Acosta-Alzuru

ABSTRACT: In 1994, economist Abdel Güerere classified telenovelas as Venezuela’s most important non-traditional export and envisioned a prosperous future for this media product. In 1999 the country produced 8–12 telenovelas […]

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