|Television & RadioWenmouth Williams|
|Communications/ Legal Issues in the Communications Industry, Media Ethics|
Wenmouth Williams specializes in legal issues in the communications industry. His research focuses on media law and ethics in the media. He also studies how public policies such as television station ownership rules and children and the media affect the telecommunications industry. His course on public policy is required of all Television/Radio, Journalism and Integrated Marketing Communication majors. The content of this course radically changes each semester, reflecting Williams's knowledge of current rules and legislation. In addition to his teaching duties, Williams has published his research in the Journal of Radio Studies and other professional journals. He and a fellow faculty member are completing a national study on ethics in public relations and print and broadcast journalism.
"The Internet as a Small-Market Radio Station Promotional Tool" (Journal of Radio Studies)
"Impact of the 1996 Ownership Rules on a Small Market" (Journal of Radio Studies)
"Impact of Commissioner Background on FCC Decisions, 1975-1990" (book chapter in "Media and Public Policy," edited by Robert J. Spitzer)