Journalism professor Anthony Adornato presented on mobile journalism at the annual conference of the Association of Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in Minneapolis. Adornato focused on how journalists can best optimize content for audiences who now increasingly consume information via mobile devices and social media. His book on this topic will be published next year by Sage. You can read more about his presentation here.
Steven Ginsberg, Pendleton Chair/assistant professor, Dept. of Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies, and Stephen Tropiano, associate professor, Screen Studies, presented a paper entitled "Why Jane and Johnny Can (and Can't) Write in the Digital Age" at the University Film and Video Association's annual conference in August in Henderson, Nevada.
When the world’s best athletes gather in Brazil to compete in the Olympics, Ithaca College students will play vital behind-the-scenes roles in order to bring the event to audiences in the U.S. NBC has chosen 13 interns from the college’s Roy H. Park School of Communications to support the...
A recent graduate of Ithaca College has been awarded a prestigious journalism fellowship from the Hearst Foundation. Emily Masters will begin her fellowship in August as a reporter for the “Times Union” in Albany, N.Y.
The Hearst journalism fellowship is a two-year program for aspiring journalists, consisting of two 12-month...
Social media is changing the way journalists do their jobs, but policies for television journalists haven’t caught up with the practice, increasing the chances that they report false information. That’s one result from a study conducted by Anthony Adornato, assistant professor of journalism at Ithaca College.