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Buffy vs Edward Remix Unfairly Removed by Lionsgate

Buffy vs Edward unfairly removed

UPDATE: On January 10th, less than 48 hours after I published this blog post, I received a one line email from The YouTube Team stating simply “The content has been reinstated.” No explanation or other information was provided. But Buffy vs Edward is now back on YouTube and can be viewed here. The copyright infringement “strike” also appears to be gone as […]

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A Brief History of Subversive Remix Video Before YouTube

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An article and video collection I put together was recently published in the Open Access journal Transformative Works and Cultures. The full piece entitled “A history of subversive remix video before YouTube: 30 political video mashups made between World War II and 2005″ is licensed under creative commons and can be viewed for free online via the TWC website. I first […]

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Al Jazeera Op-ed: Why I Made Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck

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Earlier this year I was asked by Al Jazeera English to write an op-ed detailing how, and why, I decided to make my viral remix video ‘Donald Duck meets Glenn Beck in Right Wing Radio Duck‘.  Below is a crosspost of that article which was published on March 7th 2011. You can also see the […]

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What Would Buffy Do? Notes on Dusting Edward Cullen

I originally wrote this for a guest post on Women In Media & News. It was first published there on July 1st 2009. ———————– I usually try to stay away from forces of darkness, but last week I killed a famous vampire – and let me tell you, it was fun! Actually, I didn’t stake him myself […]

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Notes on Remixing the Presidential Election and the Influence of Vidding

It has been a couple months now since I released my latest political remix “So You Think You Can be President?” (SYTYCBP). In that time it has been viewed around 20,000 times via various video-sharing sites and has been linked to and discussed on blogs about remix culture, politics and humor. Not bad for a […]

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