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COM in the news: November 2012

COM professors sought for commentary recently include:

Election 2012/Politics

Fred Bayles

Fred Bayles
Director, State House Program
Associate Professor, Journalism

The Boston Herald, Media panel left holding the bag for cancelled debate (11/1/12)

Tobe Berkovitz

Tobe Berkovitz
Associate Professor, Advertising

Sun Chronicle, Ballot questions raise barely a peep ahead of election (11/3/12)
The Lowell Sun, Candidates for president, Senate split endorsements (11/3/12)
Bloomberg, Latest polls put Obama Ahead of Romney (11/3/12)
WGBH, Listen: Campaign ads in the final days (11/5/12)
The Hill, Hurricane Sandy gives climate change a moment in the sun (11/3/12)
The Hill, Speculation starts swiftly on 2016 White House race (11/7/12)

John Carroll

John Carroll
Assistant Professor, Mass Communication

NECN, Broadside: Campaign ad watch (11/2/12)
CNN.com, Still ‘paranoid’ after all these years (11/5/12)

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Thomas Fiedler
Dean, College of Communication
Professor of the Practice, Journalism

NECN, Understanding the electoral process (11/5/12)
NECN, The difference between an Obama and a Romney win (11/6/12)

Nick Mills

Nick B. Mills
Associate Professor, Journalism

GlobalPost, The stategic impact of the Petraeus scandal (11/13/12)

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Caryl Rivers
Professor, Journalism

WBUR, Ode to the Grand Old Party (11/16/12)

Robert Zelnick

Robert Zelnick
Professor, Journalism

The New York Times, Netanyahu Rushes To Repair Damage With President (11/7/12)

Communication

Michelle Johnson

Michelle Johnson
Associate Professor of the Practice, Journalism

Poynter.org, Romney charges journalists to cover tonight’s party, Obama gives journalists free access (11/6/12)

Paul Schneider

Paul Schneider
Chair, Department of Film & Television
Associate Professor, Television

Christian Science Monitor, Hollywood gets back to biblical (11/1/12)

Lou Ureneck

Lou Ureneck
Professor, Journalism

The Boston Globe, Martin Baron, editor of The Boston Globe, to become editor of The Washington Post (11/14/12)