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Episode 52 – The Second Golden Age, Flow, and that Last Mile

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

More about Data Caps from ARS Technica: link

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Episode 18 – TV Flow

This week join Steve, Andrew, and Jonathan as they delve into one of Steve’s favorite subjects – the flow of TV. We discuss Raymond Williams, the traditional TV programming grid, the effect of DVRs, and the resurgence of in-program product placement. Plus, what the heck does Andy Griffith have to do with it all? [clue – Steve knows].

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