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May 14 – Graduated the University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School for Communication.
April 16 – Interviewed by CUNY TV about black web series production.
February 21 – I accepted a position as a tenure-track assistant professor at Northwestern University.
July 15 – Completed book chapters on mobile video and marketing marginalized identities online.
February 14 – New article in Flow about YouTube, web series producers and the web video market.
January 20 – Blog post about labor and web series production on In Media Res.
November 1 – I start a weekly summary of news and opinion related to the web video and TV industries.
October 13 – I write about CBS and gay characters in my first post for AfterElton.
October 4 – I have been accepted as a member of the International Academy of Web Television.
July 1 – Researching independent cinema in Hong Kong.
May 8 – Added a demo for a web series to the Projects page!
May 8 – Updated Press page with new clips and mentions.
May 1 – Headed to the Association of Internet Researchers 11th annual conference in Sweden! Presenting, with Meghan Peirce, on web series as adapters of traditional television.
February 2 – Published list of original, scripted gay/lesbian web series at my blog.
December 10 – First public lecture on making and marketing web series for the Penn Internet and Media Policy workshop series.
November 20 – New York Times interviews me about Precious.
November 20 – Finalizing film survey course for the Philadelphia Museum of Art with Dr. Rebecca Sheehan.
October 31 – My article “Camp 2.0: A Queer Performance of the Personal” accepted atCommunication, Culture and Critique!
October 30 – My article on the codes of vlogging on YouTube published in First Monday!
October 27 – Created a section on my blog for posts about web series.
October 9 – Joined academia.edu
October 4 – Gave a talk at the Philadelphia Museum on Brian De Palma’s Blow Out.
September 13 – First screening of Film@Perelman — which I curated — at The Philadelphia Museum, starting with Marcel Duchamp in His Own Words and Mona Lisa Descending A Staircase!
June 20 – Participated in the Annenberg Summer Institute in Methods and Statistics.
May 7 – Received one semester Mellon Research fellowship!
March 18 – Started posting clips for Paul Messaris’ documentary. Interviews and camerawork by myself, Mario Rodriguez and Moira O’Keefe (latter two not yet posted).