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COM in the News: April 2014



Jacob Groshek
Assistant Professor, Mass Communication

ThinkProgress, How Ad Companies Can Ruin Selfies For Everyone (4/8/14)


T. Barton Carter

T. Barton Carter
Chair, Department of Mass Communication, Advertising & Public Relations
Professor, Communication and Law

The Boston Globe, Aereo’s $97m question for the Supreme Court (4/13/14)


Caryl Rivers
Professor, Journalism

NPR, The New Realities Of The ‘Soft War’ On Women In The Workplace (4/10/14)
WBUR’s “Cognoscenti”, Does Helping Out Around The House Mean You’ll Have A Lousy Sex Life? (4/29/14)

Frank Shorr

Frank Shorr
Senior Lecturer, Journalism

Christian Science Monitor, Donald Sterling: Will it be hard to force him out of NBA? (4/29/14)


Mitchell Zuckoff
Professor, Journalism

The Boston Globe, Charles Ponzi’s former home up for sale (4/4/14)



Deborah L. Jaramillo
Assistant Professor, Film & Television

WBZ, Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman as host of Late Show (4/11/14)

Michelle Johnson TN

Michelle Johnson
Associate Professor of the Practice, Journalism, Boston Marathon bombings had professor fearing for her students (4/15/14)


Tobe Berkovitz

Tobe Berkovitz
Associate Professor of Advertising

CommonHealth, McCormick tries Forrest Gump approach (4/3/14)
The Hill, Dems label foes ‘un-American’ (4/12/14)

Fred Bayles

Fred Bayles
Director, State House Program
Associate Professor, Journalism

The Boston Herald, Split in probation case could spell trouble for pols (4/5/14)

John Carroll

John Carroll
Assistant Professor, Mass Communication

The Guardian, The first 100 days: running the rule over five big-city mayors (4/12/14)