CHAPTER ONE: Introduction - Randy Nichols and Gabriela Martinez; Part I - The Film Industry; Chapter Two - The Hollywood Trilogy, The Disney Duo - Eileen R. Meehan; Chapter Three - Movie Theaters and Money: Integration and Consolidation in Film Exhibition - Ben Birkinbine; Chapter Four - How Hollywood workers unite: Labor convergence and the creation of SAG-AFTRA - Catherine McKercher and Vincent Mosco; Chapter Five - Mexican Film Industry, 2000-2018: Resurgence or assimilation? - Rodrigo Gomez; Part II - Other Media Industries; Chapter Six - The New Holy Grail: Prime Time Television and State Production Incentive in the United States - William M. Kunz; Chapter Seven - Old Strategies in the New Paradigm: Web Series and Corporate Control - Mary P. Erickson; Chapter Eight - State Monopoly of Telecommunications in Ethiopia: Revisiting Natural Monopoly in the Era of Deregulation - Tewodros W. Workneh and H. Leslie Steeves; Chapter Nine - Through Being Cool: iTunes and the Political Economy of Music Retail - David Gracon; Chapter Ten - In Practice and Theory? A Review of Scholarship on Wikipedia's Political Economy - Randall Livingstone; Part III - New and Enduring Challenges; Chapter Eleven - Bribe and Journalism - Joerg Becker; Chapter Twelve - Labor in the Age of Digital (Re)Production - Gerald Sussman; Chapter Thirteen - Power Under Pressure: Digital Capitalism In Crisis - Dan Schiller; Chapter Fourteen - Minutes to Midnight: Capitalist Communication and Climate Catastrophe - Graham Murdock; Chapter Fifteen - Time, Ecology, and Commodity Fetishism - Wayne Hope
Randy Nichols is an assistant professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Tacoma, USA. Gabriela Martinez is a professor in the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon, USA.