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Electronic Media Production Curriculum, Communication Studies Jan 2017

Electronic Media Production Curriculum, Communication Studies

Curriculum Programs

This concentration is designed to provide the knowledge, values, perspectives, and skills necessary to understand the roles, functions, and operations of various electronic media. This program of study is focused on balancing theoretical issues with practical experience.


Broadcast News Curriculum, Communication Studies Jan 2017

Broadcast News Curriculum, Communication Studies

Curriculum Programs

This concentration is designed to provide the knowledge, values, perspectives, and skills necessary to understand the roles, functions, and operations of broadcast news.


Ecomedia: Key Issues, Stephen Rust, Salma Monani, Sean Cubitt Sep 2015

Ecomedia: Key Issues, Stephen Rust, Salma Monani, Sean Cubitt

Gettysburg College Faculty Books

Ecomedia: Key Issues is a comprehensive textbook introducing the burgeoning field of ecomedia studies to provide an overview of the interface between environmental issues and the media globally. Linking the world of media production, distribution, and consumption to environmental understandings, the book addresses ecological meanings encoded in media texts, the environmental impacts of media production, and the relationships between media and cultural perceptions of the environment. [From the publisher]


Identity And Leadership In Virtual Communities: Establishing Credibility And Influence, Dona J. Hickey, Joe Essid Jan 2014

Identity And Leadership In Virtual Communities: Establishing Credibility And Influence, Dona J. Hickey, Joe Essid

Bookshelf

The presence and ubiquity of the internet continues to transform the way in which we identify ourselves and others both online and offline. The development of virtual communities permits users to create an online identity to interact with and influence one another in ways that vary greatly from face-to-face interaction.

Identity and Leadership in Virtual Communities: Establishing Credibility and Influence explores the notion of establishing an identity online, managing it like a brand, and using it with particular members of a community. Bringing together a range of voices exemplifying how participants in online communities influence one another, this book serves ...


Vol. 25 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2013, Syracuse University. S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Apr 2013

Vol. 25 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2013, Syracuse University. S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

Dean;s Column -- Dick Clark Studios -- Mirror Award winners -- Harnessing big data -- Students win at Telly awards -- Student film project partnership -- Toner Prize -- Bright future for journalists -- Acclaimed photographer joins faculty -- Finding Entrepreneurship success -- Student App looks at CNY Winters -- Student Startup madness -- Parade of speakers -- Interning with Charles Barkley -- Alexia Awards -- Class notes -- Report of donors


Volume 22 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2010, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Apr 2011

Volume 22 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2010, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

In this issue: Dean's column -- 2011 Mirror awards -- Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship -- First Toner Prize awarded -- International experience -- Photographic Excellence -- Daniel Ellsberg -- CR-Z; You & Me -- The best of newspapers -- On Assignment: revolution -- SU goes to Shouth Africa -- Democracy in Action -- Professor Frank Blocca - Tron Legacy -- Let's talk -- Focus on refugees -- The "Fox Kid" -- Covering the Capitol -- Newhouse Guests -- Class notes -- report of donors


Volume 22 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2010, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Apr 2010

Volume 22 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2010, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

Dean's Column -- 2010 Mirror Awards -- Larry Kramer '72 : An expert in the classroom -- Editing in a new era -- Journalism against all odds -- Winning Pitch -- 'Navigate new media' project -- Building the Brazilian Brand -- Giving voice to Veterans' stories -- Young Alumni to watch -- The world on campus --She's the first --Alexia Winner: 'Growing up girl' -- The Stand debuts in Print -- Carrying the torch -- Lessons from Lico -- M.O.B. Conference -- Faculty Retirements -- Speaker roundup -- Class notes -- Report of donors


Volume 21 Number 1, Newhouse Network, Fall 2008, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Oct 2008

Volume 21 Number 1, Newhouse Network, Fall 2008, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

Dean's Column -- Mirror Awards -- Making a film in Mumbai -- The view from Beijing -- A golden Opportunity -- ABC on campus -- Executive education suite -- Cirriculum changes -- Sportscaster U -- Legal reporting fellowships -- Cover Story: Lorraine Branham -- Alumna Amanda Raus '04 -- Alumnus Scott Kronick '85 -- Report from the Democratic convention -- Student news -- Faculty Briefs -- New faculty -- Coming back together -- In remembrance of Pan Am 103 -- Why Give? -- In memorandum: Alex Taft G'08 -- Class notes -- report of donors -- Scholarship in Action: Khristopher Dodson G '07


Volume 20 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2008, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Apr 2008

Volume 20 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2008, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

Dean's Column -- New Dean named -- Mirror Awards -- Newhouse at Beijing -- Student protesters remembered -- Primary coverage -- Tully award for free speech -- Learning by doing -- New/Retiring Faculty -- Student Ambassadors -- I-3 Center -- A tribute to David Rubin -- Faculty Briefs -- Student News -- Howard '80 and Gail Campbell Woolley '79 -- Eric Bress '92 -- Reflections from a trailblazer --In memorandum: Fred Dressier '63 -- Newhouse Challenge -- Newspaper Design Awards -- Class notes


Volume 19 Number 3, Newhouse Network, Fall 2007, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Oct 2007

Volume 19 Number 3, Newhouse Network, Fall 2007, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

Dean's column -- Newhouse III dedication -- Year of the first amendment -- First amendment scholars program -- Newhouse in New York -- Executive Education -- TRF Semester Study -- Nhouse Productions -- Images of the South Side -- Emergency Preparedness -- Student News -- Mirror Awards -- Ivory Tower goes statewide -- Envi Magazine -- Faculty briefs -- Laura Pomerantz '03 -- William Kagler '51 -- Class notes


Volume 19 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2007, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications Apr 2007

Volume 19 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2007, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications

Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network

Deans Column -- Mirror Awards -- Dean Rubin Retirement -- Turner Diversity Fellowships -- PSA Project -- South Side Newspaper -- Newspaper Design Competition -- New Academic Programs -- First Amendment -- Student snapshots -- Schoonmaker Book -- Comstock Book -- Award winning documentary -- Alumnus Kenneth Sparks -- Alumni at Sirius Radio -- SU in LA -- Class notes -- Alumna Kelly Brown