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Selections from my participation in the press
“Money key in Netflix Emmy nod–Northwestern’s Aymar Christian.” Reuters, July 18, 2013.
“The Devasting Disorder.” Independent Sources, CUNY TV. April 11, 2012.
“Biography: Hot, Famous and Forty.” The BIO Channel. July 28, 2011.
“Convercinema with Televisual’s Aymar Jean Christian.” Convercinema by Miles Maker. August 9, 2011.
“Annenberg’s Aymar Jean Christian on New Media and Film Production.” Annenberg School for Communication. March 10, 2011.
“Facebook’s ‘like’ button separates Democrats from Republicans,” WSJ/MarketWatch
“Why Gone Girl Killed At The Box Office,” WSJ/MarketWatch
“Community Building with the Chicago Home Theater Festival,” HowlRound (Theater Commons)
“Tonight Show‘s tomorrow looks younger, more Web-saavy,” Orange County Register
“TV goes full stream ahead,” Orange County Register (registration)
“Internet TV Has Its Mad Men Moment,” IEEE Spectrum
“Decoding the world wide Webbys,” USA Today.
“Death of Sitcoms, It Turns Out, Was Greatly Exagerrated,” Plain Dealer.
“Reflecting on LGBT reflections in cinema,” Philadelphia Gay News.
“Chatroulette: strangers exposed,” Daily Pennsylvanian.
“Black Filmmakers and TV Producers Taking Control Through the Web,” Altanta Post.
“Aymar Jean Christian, Web Series Critic-at-Large,”Perks, the Musical blog.
Linking to Televisual
“Netflix Originals Get More Original,” Daily Beast (The Dish).
“Making All TV Like Stories?” The Atlantic.
“Mike & Molly vs. Outsourced: Which New Series Is More Offensive?” The Atlantic.
Prime-Time Property,” Vanity Fair.
“Media, Entrepreneurship and Birth of a New Nation,” Huffington Post.
“The Buzz 11/8/11,” The Root.
“Fandom as Industrial Practice? Christian on The Real Girl’s Guide to Everything Else.” Symposium (Transformative Works).
Select Articles I’ve Written in the Press
The Diverse World of Web Drama, Indiewire
Why Views Don’t Matter for Indie Web Series, Indiewire
Best Drama Web Series of 2013, Indiwire
Best Comedy Web Series of 2013, Indiewire
Best Web Series of 2012, Indiewire.
“How YouTube Is Leaving Amateurs Behind,” Slate.
“Can The New York Television Festival Get Past the Pilot?” Tubefilter.
“Verizon Wireless Enrolls at Valemont U.” BusinessWeek.
“A New Night Life Dawns in the Suburbs,” Washington Post.
“The New Black TV Guide,” The Root.
“Online Attraction Grows Into Offline Love,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“Furstenberg on Why Fashion Matters,” Newsweek.
“On Cable, Long Live the Anti-Hero,” Splice Today.
“Why TV Still Loves Books,” Sparksheet.