Greyson, J. “Strategic Compromises,” re expertise

Authority must be constituted by an “expert.” Television always speaks about AIDS from its mythical “outside” position of objectivity—even its so-called sensitive dramas about gay PWAs somehow always manage to erase any sense of being inside a community. It’s perhaps here that the greatest claims can be made for an “us” versus “them” position, if one maintains that what most characterizes independent media production is their confident insiders vernacular, and the formal challenges such a perspective suggests. John Greyson

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