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Michael Mann was the Executive Producer for the first two seasons of Miami Vice during the mid-1980s. This article argues that his worldview is deeply imprinted on the series. Mann's worldview thinks of society as organized by law and that, outside of the law, there is unregulated violence. In...
The desire by media companies in the United States to promote interactive television technologies despite the lack of success of previous interactive TV trials persists in the early twenty-first century. Multinational conglomerates are exploiting services like horse race wagering as a profitable...
It is arguable that the George W. Bush regime has made a more systematically intensive strategic effort to mobilize the management and control of media images as a primary mode of governance than any other U.S. presidency we have yet seen. This article explores the Bush White House's media...
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