Dr. Raymond I. Schuck’s essay “Babe’s in Tourland: How Babe Ruth was Well-Suited for Barnstorming” was published in the edited volume Baseball and the ‘Sultan of Swat’: Babe Ruth at 100, which was released in fall of 2008. Also in the fall of 2008, two other of Dr. Schuck’s manuscripts were accepted for publication. His [...]
Archive for January, 2009
Dr. Louisa Ha will attend an invitation-only Competitive TV Summit by Broadcasting and Cable Magazine with 36 TV, industry leaders on the future of TV business in Orlando, Florida, March 4-5. She is one of two invited academic attendees of the summit.
Telecommunications Professor Dr. Sung-Yeon Park received first place for her paper in the Intergroup Communication Interest Group of the International Communication Association 2009 Conference in Chicago last May. Her paper, “Explicating Mediated Intergroup Contact: A synthesis of the intergroup contact theory and media stereotype research,” came from her Peace Conference presentation last Fall.
Ki sung Yoon will present his paper on Catholic priests’ participation on a social movement in Korea, at a conference this March. It was selected by the Religion and Media Interest Group, and will be presented at the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication’s Midwinter Conference. The paper had been written for Dr. [...]
My name is Angie (Zwiebel) Gable, a TCOM grad of 2002! I was also the GM of BG24 News, and one of Dr. Ha’s students. I am working at West Central Ohio’s News Center, WOHL FOX 25, WLMO CBS 38, and WLQP ABC 18 in Lima, Ohio. We are in need of an intern(s) for [...]
The Department of Telecommunications will organize a digital TV transition panel on Feb 4. As you may know, all full power TV stations must switch to digital broadcast and turn off their analog signals by Feb 17. This is an historic moment and our event can generate a lot of media publicity with our focus [...]