restricted access   Number 62, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction

pp. 1-3
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Film in Air: Airspace, In-Flight Entertainment, and Nontheatrical Distribution

pp. 4-14
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Your Favorite Stars, Live on Our Screens: Media Culture, Queer Publics, and Commercial Space

pp. 15-28
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In the Flesh: Space and Embodiment in the Pornographic Peep Show Arcade

pp. 29-43
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Photo Essay: Urban Iconography and the Technological Grotesque

pp. 44-47
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The Good Side of the Ghetto: Visualizing Black Brooklyn, 1968–1971

pp. 48-61
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Dossier: Media Space in Perspective

pp. 62-75
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Company Town: Production Communities and the Myth of a Unified Hollywood

pp. 62-64
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Apple Gets It

pp. 64-65
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Where Did the Televisions Go?

pp. 65-66
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Outside Media: Toward a Study of Watching Ourselves through Mobile Media

pp. 66-68
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Color Accents and Spatial Itineraries

pp. 68-70
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Remapping Media and Media Studies

pp. 70-71
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Where Production Takes Place

pp. 71-72
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Neoliberal Space and Race in Virtual Worlds

pp. 72-73
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Mediated Spaces: Cultural Geography and the Globalization of Production

pp. 74-75
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An Interview with Emily Thompson

pp. 76-81
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Book Reviews

The Television Will Be Revolutionized (review)

pp. 82-84
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OurSpace: Resisting the Corporate Control of Culture (review)

pp. 85-87
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Watching with “The Simpsons”: Television, Parody, and Intertextuality (review)

pp. 88-90
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The Hollywood Horror Film, 1931–1941: Madness in a Social Landscape (review)

pp. 91-92
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