Mark Andrejevic is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, University of Queensland. He is the author of Reality TV: The Work of Being Watched and iSpy: Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Era, as well as numerous articles and book chapters on popular culture, digital media, and surveillance.
Kevin G. Barnhurst is Professor of Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he teaches philosophy of communication, history of media studies research, and qualitative research methods. He was Fulbright Vercelli Distinguished Chair in the History of Twentieth Century Communication in 2006 and held previous fellowships at Harvard and Columbia universities. He is co-author with John Nerone of The Form of News: A History, tracking the newspaper in American culture from the colonial to the digital era.
Shihua Chen, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Journalism and Communication, Nanchang University, China. His research focuses on media history, the political economy of communication, and the history of the field of communication.
Sue Collins is an assistant professor in the Humanities Department at Michigan Technological University. Her research interests include media and cultural history, political economy of media and cultural industries, and critical cultural policy studies. She is writing a book, Calling All Stars: A Cultural History of Hollywood, World War I, and the Politics of Authority, which examines ...