On March 30, 2016, Nathalie Knöhr and Annemarie Navar-Gill will present their joint paper “Handling Noisy Feedback Loops: Comparing Uses of Social Media in the Production Cultures of US and German Television Writers” as part of the panel “Production Studies Across the World” at the 2016 Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Atlanta (Mar 30-Apr 3). The panel also features presentations by Kath Dooley (Curtin University of Technology), Priya Jaikumar’s (University of Southern California), and Kimberly Owczarski(Texas Christian University).
Panel A21 Production Studies across the World
CHAIR Kath Dooley • Curtin University of Technology
Kath Dooley • Curtin University of Technology • “Models of Collaboration: Fostering Screen Production Students’ Teamwork Skills”
Priya Jaikumar • University of Southern California • “Mumbai’s Film Location Managers: New Social and Spatial Codes of a Professionalizing Practice”
Annemarie Navar-Gill • University of Michigan • and Nathalie Knöhr • Georg-August-University Göttingen • “Handling Noisy Feedback Loops: Comparing Uses of Social Media in the Production Cultures of US and German Television Writers”
Kimberly Owczarski • Texas Christian University • “The Relativity Theory: Ryan Kavanaugh, Managerial Power, and the Collapse of a Mini-Major Studio”
Program and more information: http://www.cmstudies.org/?page=upcoming_conference