“We Shouldn’t Have to Trend to Make You Listen”: Queer Fan Hashtag Campaigns as Production Interventions
ANNEMARIE NAVAR-GILL is a PhD candidate in communication studies at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on the relationships between the American media and technology industries and has appeared in Television & New Media and Popular Communication.
MEL STANFILL is an assistant professor in the programs of Texts and Technology and Digital Media at the University of Central Florida. Stanfill’s research interrogates how the relationship between media industries and their audiences in the Internet era is shaped by labor, intellectual property law, consumption, heteronormativity, and whiteness and has appeared in venues such as New Media and Society, Critical Studies in Media Communication, and Cinema Journal.
Annemarie Navar-Gill, Mel Stanfill; “We Shouldn’t Have to Trend to Make You Listen”: Queer Fan Hashtag Campaigns as Production Interventions. Journal of Film and Video 1 December 2018; 70 (3-4): 85–100. doi: https://doi.org/10.5406/jfilmvideo.70.3-4.0085
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