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Multi-year Discourse Query Produced as a Podcast Series

Contributed by Danae Lowman on 12/12/18 

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 Ithaca College seniors package research findings for public consumption

ITHACA, N.Y., December 6, 2018—LAB18 is a senior capstone course at Ithaca College launched a four-part podcast series “For the Love of Discourse” last Wednesday at its agency showcase to highlight findings of a multi-year query on discourse.

 The two-hour podcast benchmarks the findings of a 2017 student-driven study with scholarly research which focused on youth and technology. Elements of the study included technology preference, frequency of use, and overall comfortability.  

 “The podcast findings were really interesting. Some of the stereotypes we associate with young people and technology were confirmed, while others had more perplexing conclusions,” explains Tyler Lussow, LAB18’s Research Account Manager.

 Co-host Bryan Delaney states, "It feels like we are standing on the shoulders of giants given that Lab17 collected such valuable data last fall. It's an honor to create this podcast and give their findings a proper home online."

 The podcast series is accessible via Sound Cloud at For further information about the multi-year digital discourse query contact Ann-Marie Adams, curator of the lab experience, at

About Lab18

PR Lab is one of five capstone courses in the Integrated Marketing Communications curriculum of the Roy. H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College.

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