University of Alberta, Canada
Serra Tinic is Associate Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta. Her research focuses on critical television studies and media globalization with a focus on the cultural dimensions that underpin the transnational production and distribution of TV dramas. She is particularly interested in the cultural geographies of contemporary global television and transmedia narratives. She is the author of On Location: Canada’s Television Industry in a Global Market (University of Toronto Press). Her work has been published in a range of scholarly anthologies and journals including Television and New Media, Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture, the Journal of Communication, Social Epistemology, , the Media Industries Journal, Velvet Light Trap and Communication, Culture and Critique. She received her PhD in Media Studies from Indiana University, Bloomington.
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