Anthony Adornato, assistant professor in the Department of Journalism, recently published a solo-authored paper in the Electronic News journal. The study focuses on the concept of "journalism as process" and creates a framework to view social media's impact on local television reporters’ responsibilities.
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ITHACA, NY—Scholar and activist Robert McChesney—who published two path-breaking books this year on contemporary media and politics—will speak on that topic at Ithaca College on Thursday, October 3. Titled “Corporate Dominance of Internet, Media and Politics,” his 7:30 p.m. presentation in Park Hall Auditorium is free and open to the public.
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ITHACA, NY—A documentary on the 1963 March on Washington will be screened at Ithaca College on Thursday, Sept. 5. The 6:30 p.m. showing of “Meet Me at Equality: The People’s March on Washington” in Park Hall Auditorium will be...
Students from Ithaca College's Park School of Communications will head to Washington, DC this weekend to cover 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for NBC Nightly News, Weekend Edition, with Lester Holt. James A. Rada, associate professor in the Department of Journalism, will accompany the students as they interview participants and gather footage of the day's events at the Lincoln Memorial this Saturday, August 24. The students' work will air as part of NBC's Saturday evening newscast and will also be available through the NBC News website.
Rada will then return to D.C. with another group of students from the Park School on Wednesday August 28, for a second round of coverage of The March on Washington Commemorative events. This time, Rada and the IC News Crew will be covering the events for PBS Newshour online. Students work will be packaged and uploaded to the PBS website at a later date. August 28 is the actual 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington. President Obama is scheduled to appear along with former Presidents Clinton and Carter.
Joy Bauer, from NBC's TODAY, will serve as this year's Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecturer. She will speak on Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Emerson Suites. The event is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by the Roy H. Park School of Communications, the Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecture Series brings a broadcast journalist to campus each year to honor the legacy of Jessica Savitch, the 1968 Ithaca College graduate who became an Emmy Award-winning NBC News anchor and correspondent. Previous speakers in the series have included Sam Champion, Jean Chatzky, Lester Holt, Ann Cury, David Muir ’95, Andrea Mitchell, and Natalie Morales.