August 9, 2018 Adam W. Tyma
I'm working through my own participation in this industry that has ego attached at every turn: from pre-draft rituals to the playoffs - and, sometimes, even after.
Those of who grew up in the 80s probably miss the heyday of MTV and music videos that told stories we had never seen before, such as Pat Benatar's…
Chef Marcus Samuelsson brings us into restaurants and homes of immigrant populations in a show that would surely make the late Anthony Bourdain smile.
Yet another man accused of rape or sexual assault has managed to invoke the #metoo movement in his defense, saying the accusation against him does "damage" to the movement.
Every once in a while, an event comes around that allows popular culture scholar like us to point and say "see this is important." Even if a person doesn't…
What makes a violent movie or series interesting is when it says something about that violence and its impacts on people and society.
November 28, 2017 Andrew F. Herrmann
In 2016, the International Journal of Communication released a special section on the issue of Net Neutrality - an issue which continues to hog the headlines.
November 17, 2017 Profs Do Pop Team
Andrew and Adam talk about what has been on their TV to-do lis this fall.
November 2, 2017 Andrew F. Herrmann
Andrew's takeaway from Felicia Day's autobiography, You're Never Weird on the Internet: Embrace your freak geek flag, plant that flag in the ground, and do something with it!