Online piracy is the preferred means of acquiring television for large numbers of people not because it is free, but because it is the best means.
If Sam Ford’s post on gospel music, from his Fast Company blog is any indication, his new book should be great.
CMS emerged as a hearty repast, richer and more nutritious than we had any right to expect. It was the right program at the right time.
The Law Librarian Blog beats us to the punch, welcoming Grant McCracken’s new book Chief Culture Officer: How to Create a Living, Breathing Corporation.
From the Convergence Culture Consortium website comes a bevy of videos from last month’s Futures of Entertainment conference plenaries.
This Webinar will look at what “spreadable media” means, why the concept of “stickiness” is inadequate for measuring success.
From its early days the Comparative Media Studies program has worked with partners from all over MIT. It has collaboration written in its genes.