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Writing the “Isolation Rag” – a composer reflects on his experience...

Scott Wheeler, Emerson College Scott Wheeler is a composer who teaches at Emerson College. In an interview with The Conversation, he explains how classical musicians...

Will Netflix eventually monetize its user data?

Jason Mittell, Middlebury Even in the wake of a recent mixed earning report and volatile stock prices, Netflix remains the media success story of the...

Why the creators of ’13 Reasons Why’ should pay attention to...

Jon-Patrick Allem, University of Southern California Does it matter that people seem to have become more interested in suicide – expressing more suicidal thoughts, while...

Could Hulu and Google upend the TV industry in 2017?

Amanda Lotz, University of Michigan The transformation of U.S. television that began in 2015 – with more companies distributing television content over the internet –...

Poised to make its next big move, Netflix isn’t in the...

Amanda Lotz, University of Michigan Netflix has been in the headlines a lot recently, and not in a good way. There’s news about competitor Amazon launching...

How Prince’s quest for complete artistic control changed the music industry...

Adam Gustafson, Pennsylvania State University The death of Prince marks the end of a brilliant music career by one of pop music’s most talented and...

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By Teri Odom, Northwestern University During these dark winter months, spare a thought for artificial lights. From strings of lights adding holiday cheer to artificial...