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COM in the News: September 2013



Deborah Jaramillo
Assistant Professor, Film & Television

Arizona Republic, 20 years on, ‘X-Files’ truth still out there (9/3/13)


Caryl Rivers
Professor, Journalism

Los Angeles Times, You can’t work and watch the kids too


Tammy Vigil
Assistant Professor, Communication, Twitter: The angriest site on the Internet? (9/22/13)

Robert Zelnick

Robert Zelnick
Professor, Journalism

NBC “Nightly News”, The Death of David Frost (9/3/13)


Fred Bayles

Fred Bayles
Director, State House Program
Associate Professor, Journalism

Boston Herald, GOP, White House not flinching at shutdown (9/29/13)

Tobe Berkovitz

Tobe Berkovitz, PhD
Associate Professor, Advertising

Los Angeles Times, Bostonians go to polls in mayoral primary (9/24/13)

Edward Boches Hi-Res

Edward Boches
Professor of the practice, Advertising

The Boston Globe, What are the candidates’ signs really saying? (9/20/13)

Tom Fiedler

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

NECN, Crisis in Syria: Making his case for intervention (9/11/13)


Hyun Lee

Hyun Yeul Lee
Assistant Professor, Communication

E-Commerce Times, Apple and the Shifting Sands of ‘Cool’ (9/18/13)

John Verret

John Verret
Associate Professor, Advertising

The Boston Globe, Seaport concert venue in search of a name (9/24/13)


John Carroll

John Carroll
Assistant Professor, Mass Communication

NPR “Here and Now”, Love of Lego Extends Beyond Building Things (9/3/13)
NECN, Broadside: Best and worst ads in Boston mayoral race (9/6/13)
WBUR “Radio Boston”, How To Reach A Boston Voter (9/10/13)
WBUR “Cognoscenti”, Review: ‘Crossfire’ Reboot Awkwardly Retreats Into The Future (9/17/13)
NECN, Broadside: Boston mayoral campaign ad scorecard (9/19/13)
WBUR “Radio Boston”, Week In Review: Races For Mayor, Governor, Congress (9/21/13)


Mitchell Zuckoff
Professor, Journalism

The Boston Globe, West Roxbury family’s Ponzi scheme allegedly pilfered $10m (9/20/13)


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