OTV | Open Television
Articles By Me
"How YouTube Blew It," Los Angeles Review of Books (excerpt of my book)
"Repealing Net Neutrality Will Kill the TV Revolution," Indiewire
"Why Hollywood Award Shows Are Failing Independent TV," IndieWire
"Repealing Net Neutrality Will Kill the TV Revolution," IndieWire
"How Brown Girls Become 2017's Indie TV Hit," Televisual
“25 New Faces of Indie Film: Aymar Jean Christian,” Filmmaker magazine
"Chicago web series Seeds is a love letter to black girls," RedEye (Chicago Tribune)
"Chicago-made web series to watch in 2018," Chicago Reader
"How HBO's Brown Girls Will Change Television," The Atlantic
"Open TV helps web series about queer people of color get HBO deal," Northwestern News
"Women of the Now advances Chicago as the center of intersectional media," Chicago Reader
“Brown Girls is the Future of Television,” The Ringer
"MCA Hosts First Look at Subversive New Shows," Chicago Maroon
“Aymar Jean Christian gives underrepresented artists a voice with Open TV,” Chicago Reader
“Aymar Jean Christian (Ph.D. ’12) Launches Web Series Two Queens in a Kitchen To Showcase LGBTQ Artists of Color,” Annenberg School for Communication
“Marginalized by media: Queer-focused cooking series raises up people of color,” RedEye (Chicago Tribune)
“The Future of TV Is Online,” Bitch
“Canceled comedies find second life online,” Christian Science Monitor
“NBC’s ‘Hannibal’ canceled: Will it be brought back on another platform?” Christian Science Monitor
“Facebook’s ‘like’ button separates Democrats from Republicans,” WSJ/MarketWatch
“Why Gone Girl Killed At The Box Office,” WSJ/MarketWatch
“Community Building with the Chicago Home Theater Festival,” HowlRound (Theater Commons)
“Tonight Show‘s tomorrow looks younger, more Web-saavy,” Orange County Register
“TV goes full stream ahead,” Orange County Register (registration)
“Internet TV Has Its Mad Men Moment,” IEEE Spectrum
“Decoding the world wide Webbys,” USA Today.
“Death of Sitcoms, It Turns Out, Was Greatly Exagerrated,” Plain Dealer.
“Reflecting on LGBT reflections in cinema,” Philadelphia Gay News.
“Black Filmmakers and TV Producers Taking Control Through the Web,” Altanta Post.
“Aymar Jean Christian, Web Series Critic-at-Large,”Perks, the Musical blog.