FlowTV is a critical forum on television and media culture published biweekly by the Department of Radio, Television, and Film at the University of Texas at Austin.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Diversity and Cultural Production Communities (Panel #16)

Panel Columnists: Vicki Mayer (Tulane University), Sharon Ross (Columbia College)
Participants: Belinda Acosta (Austin Chronicle), John Caldwell (University of California, Los Angeles), Michela Ardizzoni (University of Louisville), Miranda Banks (University of Southern California), Spencer Nutting (independent media producer)
Moderator: Jean Lauer (University of Texas at Austin)

Question: How has television production changed in the post-network age and what have been the cultural, political, and economic consequences for production communities? In particular, how have various forms of diversity (gender, race, class, sexuality) been addressed, enacted, or ignored in different production roles and settings, and what have been the consequences?


Blogger Loganpoppy said...

Here's my attempt to doc this via liveblogging ... click here!

8:21 AM


Post a Comment

<< Home