The aim of InMedia is to study the media and media representations in the English-speaking world. The journal focuses on the press, photography, painting, cinema, television, video games, music, radio and the Internet among other fields of study. It provides a multidisciplinary approach and comparative perspectives. Contributions are welcome from many research areas, including history, economics, political sciences, sociology, aesthetics, anthropology or science and communication studies.
First issue - Table of Contents
Global Film and Television Industries Today: An Analysis of Industrial and Cultural Relations
- Global Film and Television Industries Today: An Analysis of Industrial and Cultural Relations
- Global and Local Hollywood
- The Impact of Runaway Productions on Hollywood Labor Organizations
- The Limits of Control (Jim Jarmusch, 2009): An American Independent Movie or a European Film?
- Sharing the Joke? ‘Britcom’ Remakes in the United States: A Historical and Socio-Cultural Perspective