As an intern on NPR’s Arts and Information Desk, I contributed to Intern Edition, the intern-run multimedia news magazine. I created blog called Much Media that explored how audiences connect with stories.

From 3/11/2011, My first and favorite post:

The Genre-Flouting Appeal of NBC’s “Community.”: The Comedy of Nostalgia

4/29/2011 – All Children Grow Up: When Characters Have to Move on

I wrote about how shows like Friday Night Lights and Glee .

From 4/12/2011 – Smart = Socially Inept?: Television’s cohort of brilliant professionals who are terrible at life  

I examine the trope stated above by taking a look at Dana Delaney’s mid-season crime drama on ABC, “Body of Proof.”

From 4/8/2011 – Facebook, Double Rainbows, and the Nation’s #1 Network: How the CBS Legal Drama “The Good Wife” examines the power of social media in primetime  

Julianna Margulies stars as lawyer Alicia Florrick in “The Good Wife.”  Christine Baranski plays Diane Lockhart, one of her bosses.

From 4/4/2011 – It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s…A Potential Summer Blockbuster: Revitalizing the superhero genre on the big and small screen

The cast of “X-Men: First Class,” which stars Michael Fassbender (Erik Lensherr a.k.a Magneto) and James McAvoy (Charles Xavier a.k.a Professor X).  Side note: I write a great deal in this post about David E. Kelley’s “Wonder Woman.”  It was not picked up by any network during the May 2011 Upfront Presentations.



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