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Advertising chair and professor Tom Kelleher writes about Applying the Situational Theory of Publics: Net Neutrality in this case study excerpted from his forthcoming textbook, Public Relations in the Digital Age.

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Posted: January 6, 2016

Why we’re building Changeville Public Relations Professor and Karel Chair in Public Interest Communications Ann Christiano writes about the place of music in social change in the article, “Why we’re building Changeville,” published January 5, 2016 on Medium.

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Posted: January 6, 2016

The New York Times on July 13, 2015 published, “‘The Weather Experiment,’ by Peter Moore,’” a book review by Hearst Visiting Professional and Alumna of Distinction Cynthia Barnett, JM 1989, MA 2003.

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Posted: July 24, 2015

Did Apple Just Kill Local News? Innovation News Center Director Matt Sheehan takes a look into one of the big announcements at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference and how will Apple News effect our industry and how we teach journalism in the article, “Did Apple Just Kill Local News?,” published June…

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Posted: June 9, 2015

PBS MediaShift on May 28, 2015 published “Why We Messed with a Good Thing by Converging Our Florida Newsrooms,” an article by Innovation News Center Director Matt Sheehan.

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Posted: May 28, 2015

The Conversation on May 26, 2015 published “Why does social media advertising fall flat?,” a study on the effectiveness of Facebook ads by Advertising Professor Jon Morris.

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Posted: May 27, 2015

The Los Angeles Times on May 21, 2015 published, “It’s not just a ‘California drought,’” an op-ed piece by Hearst Visiting Professional and Alumna of Distinction Cynthia Barnett, JM 1989, MA 2003.

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Posted: May 22, 2015

‘Breaking’ News: Why we’re examining many of the things we’ve spent the last 18 months building in our newsroom Innovation News Center Director Matt Sheehan gives an update about the INC in the article, “‘Breaking’ News: Why we’re examining many of the things we’ve spent the last 18 months building…

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Posted: May 6, 2015

Time on April 30, 2015 published “15 Tips for High School Graduates” by Associate Professor and Interim Journalism Chair Ted Spiker.

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Posted: May 1, 2015

HuffPost: Entertainment on April 24, 2015 published “Humanizing Cannibal Cop on Eve of Appeal: “Thought Crimes” Doc Reveals Unseen Side of Gilberto Valle” a column by Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication Clay Calvert regarding the United States v. Valle case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second…

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Posted: April 24, 2015

Fear Isn’t Fatal, and 12 Other Things My Students Taught Me About Teaching Public Relations Professor and Karel Chair in Public Interest Communications Ann Christiano offers some thoughts after 4+ years in the classroom in the article, “Fear Isn’t Fatal, and 12 Other Things My Students Taught Me About Teaching,”…

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Posted: April 21, 2015

HuffPost: Entertainment on April 16, 2015 published “Indecency, Politics and the FCC: A New Round in the Culture Wars?” a column by Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication Clay Calvert regarding the FCC’s standards on indecency.

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Posted: April 16, 2015