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April 30th, 2014

COM in the News: April 2014

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Advertising Jacob Groshek Assistant Professor, Mass Communication ThinkProgress, How Ad Companies Can Ruin Selfies For Everyone (4/8/14) Business 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 […]


April 15th, 2014

@comugrad wins Shorty Award

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Actress Retta takes a selfie with Assistant Dean Micha Sabovik and members of COM’s social media team. The College of Communication’s undergraduate Twitter handle @comugrad won the award for “Social Media’s Best Barnes & Noble College” in the sixth annual Shorty Awards. This category honors universities across the country that use social media to drive […]


April 2nd, 2014

COM in the News: March 2014

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Advertising Tobe Berkovitz Associate Professor of Advertising WBZ-AM, First Medical Marijuana Ad To Run On Comcast In Mass. (3/4/14) John Carroll Assistant Professor, Mass Communication WBUR’s “Cognoscenti,” Will Government Regulation Vaporize E-Cigarettes? (3/12/14) WBUR’s “Radio Boston,” Week In Review: Scott Brown, Marathon Security, Minimum Wage (3/15/14) WBUR’s “Here and Now,” Marketers Drill Into Customer Data […]


February 28th, 2014

COM in the News: February 2014

Advertising

Advertising Edward Boches Professor of the practice, Advertising Time, Selling Schadenfreude: Inside the World of ‘Prankvertising’ (2/20/14) Time, Charity’s Freezing Child Ad Is Profoundly Touching (2/22/14) John Carroll Assistant Professor, Mass Communication NPR’s “Here and Now,” The Super Bowl was a bust, but what about the ads?” (2/3/14) Business T. Barton Carter Chair, Department of […]


February 10th, 2014

COM in the News: January 2014

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Business Edward Boches Professor of the Practice, Advertising The Moscow Times, Sochi Concedes Defeat to Vancouver in Merchandise Sales(1/26/14) Time Magazine, Yes, Chipotle Has a Show—And So Will a Lot of Your Favorite Brands (1/29/14) Caryl Rivers Professor, Journalism WBUR’s “Cognoscenti”, Think Gender Struggles In The Workplace Are History? Think Again (1/2/14) Huffington Post, How […]


January 8th, 2014

COM in the News: December 2013

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Law Douglas Starr Co-director of Science Journalism Program Co-director, Center for Science & Medical Journalism Professor of Journalism The New Yorker, The interrogation: Do police interrogation techniques produce false confessions?” (12/9/13) NPR “Fresh Air,” Beyond good cop/Bad cop: A look at real-life interrogations (12/5/13) WBUR “Radio Boston,” The strategy behind a police interrogation (12/10/13) WNYC, […]


December 4th, 2013

COM in the News: November 2013

Film & Television

Health Elizabeth Mehren Professor, Journalism Boston Globe, Parents overly involved in college students’ lives (11/09/13)WBUR “CommonHealth”, Marty Walsh’s Childhood Cancer: Curable Here, Not So Easy In Africa (11/12/13) Media Christopher Cakebread Master Lecturer Yahoo! Shine, Kmart Offends and Delights With Controversial Underwear Ad (11/19/13) Thomas Fiedler Dean, College of Communication Professor of the Practice, Journalism […]


November 13th, 2013

COM grad honored by PRSA

Mass Comm, Advertising, Public Relations

Edward Parham (’94) of Clifton Park, N.Y., director of public relations at Rueckert Advertising and Public Relations, Inc., was recognized last night with the 2013 Outstanding Practitioner Award from the Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Capital Region Chapter. Handed out at the PRSA’s Empire Awards gala held at The Hilton Albany, the annual honor […]


November 1st, 2013

COM in the News: October 2013

Journalism

Media Edward Boches Professor of the Practice, Advertising Boston Globe, Santander aims for US acceptance with a new media campaign (10/26/13) John Carroll Assistant Professor, Mass Communication NECN, Broadside: Mass. 5th Congressional primary ads (10/15/13)Brockton Enterprise News, 4 things to watch for in tonight’s Brockton mayoral debate (10/16/13)WBUR “Radio Boston”, Boston Mayor’s Race Has Few […]


October 1st, 2013

COM in the News: September 2013

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Media 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 (9/30/13) Tammy Vigil Assistant Professor, Communication CNN.com, Twitter: The angriest site on the Internet? (9/22/13) Robert Zelnick Professor, Journalism NBC “Nightly […]