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#5 MIT's T.L. Taylor

50:41

Episode description

MIT professor T.L. Taylor discusses her new book, "Watch Me Play: Twitch and the Rise of Game Live Streaming," what she has learned from studying esports, streaming and video games cultures for a living, how playing EverQuest led her to pursue video game academia and what role platforms should play in fostering inclusion and diversity in streaming.

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Music by Jesse Gertz: http://jessegertz.com/.

Mastering by Kegan Zema: https://www.keganzema.com/.

Recorded at PRX's Podcast Garage in Allston: https://www.podcastgarage.org/.

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