A new beginning
Welcome to JustTV 2.0 – now with less fat (or at least less spam). I’ve shifted over to WordPress, as Moveable Type was creating more work for less results for me. I hope this site serves its reader(s) well – let me know what I can do to improve the layout & functionality. All the old posts & comments have been moved, so feel free to add your thoughts through a hopefully more user-friendly system. Thanks for visiting!
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random thoughts from media scholar Jason Mittell
Check out my books:Complex TV: The Poetics of Contemporary Television Storytelling How To Watch Television Television & American Culture
Genre and Television: From Cop Shows to Cartoons in American Culture
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- Specifications Grading for a New Course
- Return to Specifications Grading
- Announcing Two Additional Videographic Criticism Workshops!
- Mind the Gap: Brief Thoughts on Seriality from Berlin
- Institutionalizing Open Access
- The Videographic Essay: A New Book
- ADAPTATION.’s Anomalies: A New Video Essay
- First Update on My Specifications Grading Experiment
- Academics Writing for the Public