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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
2742018
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
692021
Netflix audience data, streaming industry discourse, and the emerging realities of ‘popular’television
ML Wayne
Media, Culture & Society 44 (2), 193-209, 2022
472022
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
332020
Netflix original series, global audiences and discourses of streaming success
ML Wayne, AC Uribe Sandoval
Critical Studies in Television 18 (1), 81-100, 2023
282023
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
202014
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
152016
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
142015
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
142014
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
102016
Global portals in national markets: Branding Netflix in Israel
ML Wayne
JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 59 (3), 149-153, 2020
92020
“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
82023
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
62018
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
22017
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
22012
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
12023
Post-network audiences and cable crime drama
ML Wayne
Northern Lights: Film & Media Studies Yearbook 14 (1), 141-157, 2016
12016
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
12016
Audiences, Media
AL Press, F Mai, F Tripodi, ML Wayne
Elsevier, 2015
12015
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
12014
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