DarkUFO - Lost

Update: 9th Feb 11:30 The following were randomly selected. You should each be receiving an email with a link to enter in your postal address. If you have not received your winning notification please email me.

Ioannis Iliopoulos - Address Confirmed
DerAndre - Address Confirmed
Choekaas - Address Confirmed
James - Address Confirmed

Congratulations to our Winners and thanks to all 161 of you who entered. We'll be having another giveaway in a few days along with some more in the future.

Update: 7th Feb Only a couple of days left to get your entries in.

Thanks to Roberta Pearson for offering us 5 Copies of her new book to DarkUFO readers.

The Rules are very simple.
1) 5 Random Winners will be selected from all the entries received.
2) You need to have a Profile with at least 5 posts in our Forums (Don't worry you can create a profile for free)
3) Only 1 entry per profile. Duplicate entries will be deleted.
4) Please ensure that the email you submit is the same as you registered on the Forum so that we can contact you if you are selected as a winner.
5) You must put the link to your profile in the Forum Profile Link in the form below. You can find the link to your profile by right-clicking your Avatar in the forum. It should look something like this http://www.spoilertv.co.uk/forum/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=2
6) The Winner will be drawn on Monday 9th February.
7) The competition is open to ALL DarkUFO readers no matter where you live in the world.
(Note: We'll be running more of these giveaways each month so make sure you get yourself a forum account so that you can enter future giveaways)

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Product Description
'Lost', created by wunderkind J.J. Abrams and aired on the US ABC network and Sky in the UK, began in 2004 and will end after its sixth season in 2010, hopefully with the answers to myriad questions. This book not only offers a rich understanding of the multi-media phenomenon that is 'Lost', but is also a valuable demonstration of how the contemporary American television industry works. 'Lost' is perfectly designed to serve the new multi-channel, 'multi-plaform' mediascape. Its cinematic visuals and complex narrative place it above the competition, its international cast and ostensibly worldwide locations (actually Hawaii's Oahu island) give it global distribution. 'Lost' continues to fascinate - and mystify (that polar bear, that four-toed statue) - today's technologically savvy 'forensic fandom', whose members mobilise i-Pods and cell phones to watch episodes and revel in the complexities of 'The Lost Experience'. These and many more issues involving 'Lost's' production, distribution, narrative, and audiences are addressed by this essential book.

About the Author
Roberta Pearson is a Professor of Film and Television Studies and Director of the Institute of Film and Television Studies, University of Nottingham. She has authored, co-authored and co-edited numerous books and articles including the co-edited 'Cult Television' (2004) and several essays on 'Star Trek'. She is currently editing Blackwells 'Companion to Television Genres'.

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