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Articles I've Written


Articles Interviewing Me or Referencing My Work

"PlanetOut is Under the Radar,"Wall Street Journal

"Buppies--and Tatyana Ali--Finds a Home on the Web," Wall Street Journal, Speakeasy.

"Lost Alum Finds His Way on the Web WithValemont,"Wall Street Journal, Speakeasy.

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tv appearances

"Biography: Hot, Famous and Forty." The BIO Channel. July 28, 2011. 10PM.

"Convercinema with Televisual's Aymar Jean Christian." Convercinema by Miles Maker. August 9, 2011.

"Annenberg's Aymar Jean Christian on New Media and Film Production." Annenberg School for Communication. March 10, 2011.

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"Verizon Wireless Enrolls at Valemont U." BusinessWeek.

"Black TV Goes Online," Here and Now, PRI/NPR. (Audio; My Thoughts)

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  Interviewing/Quoting Me

"A New Night Life Dawns in the Suburbs," Washington Post.

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"To Blacks, Precious is 'Demeaned' or 'Angelic,'" New York Times. (My Thoughts)

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"Vlogging While Black," The Root

"The New Black TV Guide," The Root

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"Why Do Women's Magazines Pick Cover Girls Who 'Don't Work,'"Jezebel. (My Thoughts)

"A Web Series for Women That Stands On Its Own," Jezebel

"Death of Sitcoms, It Turns Out, Was Greatly Exagerrated," Plain Dealer

"Reflecting on LGBT reflections in cinema," Philadelphia Gay News.

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"Online Attraction Grows Into Offline Love," Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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"Chatroulette: strangers exposed," Daily Pennsylvanian.

"Black Filmmakers and TV Producers Taking Control Through the Web," Altanta Post.

"Aymar Jean Christian, Web Series Critic-at-Large," Perks, the Musical blog.


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"Is In Between Men the First Gay Web-to-TV Series?" Tubefilter

"Is Xtranormal the First Web Series App?" Tubefilter

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"Making All TV Like Stories?" The Atlantic.

"Treme: Desperately Seeking a Storyline," The Atlantic.

"Mike & Molly vs. Outsourced: Which New Series Is More Offensive?" The Atlantic

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"Furstenberg on Why Fashion Matters," Newsweek

"Dude Won't Give Arthur Kade a High Five," Gawker (On my short documentary)

"Then There Was That Time A Bunch Of Penn Kids Came To The Office And Interviewed Sweeney About Arthur Kade," Philebrity.

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"2010: The Year Gay TV Grew Up," AfterElton.

"MLK Day and Modern Gay Men of Color Worth Following," AfterElton

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"Media, Entrepreneurship and Birth of a New Nation," Huffington Post.

"Attack the Block: laugh riot?," The Boston Phoenix.

"The Buzz 11/8/11," The Root.

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"Rise of the Black Network? Online and On-Air, Growing Alternatives to YouTube and BET," Black Web 2.0

"Why TV Still Loves Books," Sparksheet

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"Fandom as Industrial Practice? Christian on The Real Girl's Guide to Everything Else." Symposium (Transformative Works).