Michael L. Wayne
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Netflix, Amazon, and branded television content in subscription video on-demand portals
ML Wayne
Media, Culture & Society 40 (5), 725-741, 2018
SVOD global expansion in cross-national comparative perspective: Netflix in Israel and Spain
ML Wayne, D Castro
Television & New Media 22 (8), 896-913, 2021
Netflix audience data, streaming industry discourse, and the emerging realities of ‘popular’television
ML Wayne
Media, Culture & Society 44 (2), 193-209, 2022
Netflix original series, global audiences and discourses of streaming success
ML Wayne, AC Uribe Sandoval
Critical Studies in Television 18 (1), 81-100, 2023
Global streaming platforms and national pay-television markets: a case study of Netflix and multi-channel providers in Israel
ML Wayne
The Communication Review, 2020
Ambivalent Anti-Heroes and Racist Rednecks on Basic Cable: Post-Race Ideology and White Masculinities on FX
ML Wayne
Journal of Popular Television 2 (2), 205-225, 2014
Cultural class analysis and audience reception in American television’s ‘third golden age’
ML Wayne
Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture 7 (1), 41-57, 2016
Guilty Pleasures and Cultural Legitimation: Exploring High‐Status Reality TV in the Postnetwork Era
ML Wayne
The Journal of Popular Culture 48 (5), 990-1009, 2015
Mitigating Colorblind Racism in the Postnetwork Era: Class-Inflected Masculinities in The Shield, Sons of Anarchy, and Justified
ML Wayne
The Communication Review 17 (3), 183-201, 2014
“We don’t aspire to be Netflix”: Understanding content acquisition practices among niche streaming services
ML Wayne, M Sienkiewicz
Television & New Media 24 (3), 298-315, 2023
Critically Acclaimed and Cancelled: FX's The Bridge, Channel as Brand and the Adaptation of Scripted TV Formats
ML Wayne
VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 5 (9), 116-125, 2016
Global Portals in National Markets
ML Wayne
Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 59 (3), 149-153, 2020
Between the programme and the portal: Thinking about the future of transnational TV branding
ML Wayne
Critical Studies in Television 13 (4), 510-514, 2018
Legitimating Television: Media Convergence and Cultural Status, by Newman, M. Z., & Levine, E. (2012). New York, NY: Routledge, 217 pp., $36.95 (paperback).
ML Wayne
The Communication Review 15 (1), 76-78, 2012
Depicting the Racist Past in a “Post-Racial” Age: The White, Male Protagonist in Hell on Wheels and The Knick
ML Wayne
Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media 13, 105-116, 2017
Minority representation in the streaming era: An analysis of Jewish identity in competing subscription video on-demand platforms
M Sienkiewicz, M L. Wayne
International Journal of Cultural Studies 26 (2), 145-163, 2023
Post-network audiences and cable crime drama
ML Wayne
Northern Lights 14 (1), 141-157, 2016
Middle-Class Viewers and Breaking Bad: Audience and Social Status in the Post-Network Era
ML Wayne
The Projector: A Journal on Film, Media, and Culture 16 (1), 23-38, 2016
Audiences, Media
AL Press, F Mai, F Tripodi, ML Wayne
Elsevier, 2015
Appreciating Nietzsche in Episodic Drama: The Highbrow Intertextuality and Middlebrow Reception of Criminal Minds
M Wayne
Critical Reflections on Audience and Narrativity: New Connections, New …, 2014
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