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The suffusion of the televisual in The Crying of Lot 49. Watson, Jacob T. Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 8580
Broadcast television needs more horsepower to compete: rather than being the death knell of the format, tech advances could save linear TV. Cohen, David S. Jan 6, 2015 592
'The liveliest medium': television's aesthetic relationships with other arts. Jacobs, Jason; Peacock, Steven Editorial Sep 22, 2014 2179
Television amongst friends: medium, art, media. Cardwell, Sarah Essay Sep 22, 2014 7374
Together alone. Gozzi, Raymond, Jr. Jul 1, 2006 571
Are we visible yet? We're seeing more lesbian characters on TV, but for some critics, they're just a disappointing rehash of stereotypes. Trasandes, Monica Feb 1, 2005 996
Missing the point. Peters, Charles Nov 1, 2004 424
Dara Birnbaum. Burton, Johanna Interview Oct 1, 2004 139
The end of sweeps? "People meters" will give stations detailed demographic information about their audiences every day. Potter, Deborah Apr 1, 2004 795
Addicted to TV. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 101
Good news. Frohlichstein, Tripp Mar 1, 2004 1747
Viewer beware: stations are reenacting scenes, adding sounds and adopting other misleading practices. Potter, Deborah Feb 1, 2004 790
Keeping it real; gays and lesbians are everywhere in life, so of course they're on reality TV. From Lance Loud to Chris Beckman and Brandon Quinton, the diverse bunch of out gays on these shows brings viewers face-to-face with our queer lives. (Cover Story). Meers, Erik Apr 30, 2002 3327
Showbizzers get new grip on reality thanks to Ozzie. (Reel Life). Gray, Timothy M. Brief Article Apr 22, 2002 442
Age of innocence: how does Once and Again's Evan Rachel Wood describe her on-screen romance with another girl? "Beautiful". (television). Kort, Michele Brief Article Mar 19, 2002 602
Stars, pseudo-celebs cash reality checks. ((M)ASS Medium). Schneider, Michael Brief Article Mar 18, 2002 131
News rituals: local tv still broadcasts nightly disasters, but signs of improvement are there. (Television). Schroth, Raymond A. Dec 7, 2001 1563
REALITY BITES REALITY TV. ADALIAN, JOSEF; SCHNEIDER, MICHAEL Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 381
FORGING A NEW REALITY. MEZA, ED Brief Article Aug 13, 2001 516
You are the weakest link, goodbye! MCGRATH, TOM Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 814
"... And lead us not into Temptation Island, but deliver us from Survivor ...". McKay, Matthew Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 945
A Re-investigation of Sex-role Stereotyping in MTV Music Videos. (Abstracts). Abstract Mar 22, 2001 163
Where are the funny girls? Kaye, Lori Jan 16, 2001 1808
Grin and bear it. VILANCH, BRUCE Interview Dec 19, 2000 1577
Believe the hype. Goodridge, Mike Brief Article Oct 24, 2000 560
Fantasies of Reality: Surviving Reality-Based Programming. Miller, Edward D. Sep 22, 2000 4328
FROM BILLY TO WILLY. SMITH, BOB Brief Article Aug 15, 2000 663
Matthew Perry's GAY TANGO. Kilday, Gregg Nov 9, 1999 3398
Weekly Problem. Sep 30, 1999 93
Taming The Beast. GUENSBURG, CAROL Panel Discussion Jul 1, 1999 7037
Kissing to be clever. Shister, Gail Brief Article Jan 19, 1999 846
FIXING TELEVISION NEWS. Papper, Bob Jan 1, 1999 3103
TV news is a snooze. Brief Article Nov 9, 1998 790
Is television a "text"? Gozzi, Raymond, Jr. Sep 22, 1998 1156
Gay activists point to double standards. Karon, Paul Oct 13, 1997 556
A three-way failure. Douglas, Susan Column Jul 1, 1994 1026
The truth squads. Brodie, John Sep 1, 1993 1419

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