12 students were presented with awards in the 2nd Annual TCOM student media production award ceremony organized by the BGSU TCOM Student Association: Ashley Mullins, Jason Baker and crew members Meredith Goodrich, Brittany Moran, Daniel Smith, Brad Woczniki, Josh Clay and Jun Yang. The categories include video, radio and web. Ryan Fowler, a BGSU and WBGU-TV alum, who is the [...]
Archive for April, 2012
Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, President of BGSU will be a featured guest on the Afternoon Rush the daily afternoon drive show on WBGU-FM April 9, 2012. Craig Sullivan and Rebecca Priebe will have the opportunity to talk with the President about BGSU, her experience as President and other fun topics! You don’t want to miss [...]
Michael McIntyre ’87 visited with TCOM4620 via Skype on April 4, 2012. Michael is the host of WCPN’s Sound of Ideas a daily public affairs program that airs on the NPR affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also a featured columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer notably writing The Tipoff for the PD. He shared [...]
Karen Schaefer visited Stephen Merrill’s TCOM4620 Radio Programming class and talked with students about opportunities in non-commercial media, fielded student questions and provided students with valuable industry insights. Karen Schaefer Bio Karen Schaefer is a veteran public radio journalist based in Northeast Ohio with more than 65 national, regional and local awards for her in-depth [...]
Dr. Park and Ph.D. alumnus Kyle Holody and doctoral student Xiaoqun Zhang’s article on Virginia Tech Shooting accepted by Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
Dr. Sung-Yeon Park, Ph.D. alumnus Kyle Holody and doctoral student Xiaoqun Zhang’s article studying the Virgina Tech shooting news coverage, “Race in Media Coverage of School Shootings: A Parallel Application of Framing Theory and Attribute Agenda-Setting,” has been accepted by Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly and will be published later in the year.
Dr. Melkote published his new book chapter , “Toward social justice in directed social change: Rethinking the role of development and health communication,” in Obregon, R., & S. Waisbord, (Editors). The Handbook of Global Health Communication. New York: Wiley.