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Michael S. Daubs – Subversive or Submissive?

User-Produced Flash Cartoons and Television Animation Introduction A number of prominent media scholars including Peter Lunenfeld (2000, p. 71) and Lev Manovich (2002, p. 4) have shown that advances in the technical capabilities of personal computers, combined with the increasing … Continue reading

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Birgitta Hosea – TV 2.0

Animation Readership/Authorship on the Internet Introduction Traditional platforms for animation, such as broadcast television or cinema, are rapidly becoming obsolete as a new type of spectator demands more choice, the ability to interact with animated content and access to global … Continue reading

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