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Flow’s mission is to provide a space where scholars and the public can discuss media histories, media studies, and the changing landscape of contemporary media.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly five posts per month
  • First post on

Posts per month

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Oct 2022 5
Nov 2022 5
Dec 2022 5
Jan 2023 1
Feb 2023 15
Mar 2023 1
Apr 2023 9
May 2023 0
Jun 2023 0
Jul 2023 0
Aug 2023 4
Sep 2023 1
Oct 2023 6
Nov 2023 6
Dec 2023 4
Jan 2024 1
Feb 2024 2
Mar 2024 6
Apr 2024 7
May 2024 0

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

How to Measure Buzz? OTT Data Sets and Media Audiences in IndiaIshita Tiwary / Concordia University
Film Companion piece on most streamed shows released in India, done in partnership with Ormax Recently, the media criticism platform Film Companion partnered with Ormax on a regular feature which listed the five most viewed …
On , by Ishita Tiwary / Concordia University, 1,660 words
Why Being A ‘Netflix Nation’ Matters – And To WhomGeorgia Aitaki / Karlstad University
Maestro in Blue’s entry in the Netflix catalogue – the first ever Greek TV series to be launched on Netflix. Christopher Papakaliatis is one of Greek television’s most notable creators and his latest series, Maestro …
On , by Georgia Aitaki / Karlstads Universitet, 1,554 words
The “Beautiful Weirdness” of NBA League PassBranden Buehler / Seton Hall University
Fans participate in a “baby race” during a Sacramento Kings home game Author’s Note: I submitted the following column discussing the “beautiful weirdness” of the NBA’s League Pass subscription service on March 12. Just a …
On , by Branden Buehler / Seton Hall University, 1,579 words