Selena Dickey holds an M.A. in English from the University of Colorado, Denver, an M.A. in Cinema Studies from San Francisco State University, and a B.A. in Film Studies and Art History from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research looks at early television distribution infrastructures and policies, particularly as they operate at the local level, to understand how space and place shape and are shaped by these sociotechnical and industrial media systems. She has served as an editor for The Velvet Light Trap and the Flow Journal, was a coordinator for the FLOW 2016 and 2018 conferences, and is the Graduate Student Representative for SCMS’s Media Industries SIG.