Ned Rossiter: Paranoia is Real

From the inaugural issue of Media Theory, Ned Rossiter develops his idea of ‘paranoia as method’ as a way of coping with surveillance, fake news and post-truth in worlds of algorithmic governance and data economies.    

WJT Mitchell: Counting Media

From the inaugural issue of Media Theory, W.J.T. Mitchell considers when and how something counts as a medium, and proposes his five rules of media theory.    

Sean Cubitt: What is a journal for?

From the inaugural issue of Media Theory, Sean Cubitt on three challenges for the journal (media, theory, and media theory), and on media theory as an enabling project.