This week it is all hands on deck as Steve, Jonathan, and Andrew discuss the second golden age of television, how the concept of “flow” fits into it, and whether the consumer is cheated by those who own “that last mile.” Come along as we return to our first “traditional” episode of the new year and please join us for what we feel is a riveting round table discussion.
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Stuart Allan’s essay on Raymond Williams and The Culture of Televisual Flow: link
From Wired: The Science Behind What You’ll Watch Next on Netflix (2013): link
About Comcast Quietly Implementing Data Caps: link
This week we present a special solo episode from Andrew on the topic of Presidential Inaugurations on television. Bundle up, brave those cold Washington winds, and stir your patriotic heart for the role of television in our established ritual for the beginning of our elected official’s four-year term.
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FDR’s first inauguration in 1933.
Truman taking the oath after FDR’s death.
Nixon’s second inauguration in 1973.
Ford taking the oath after Nixon’s resignation.
President Carter walks on the day of his inauguration.