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COM in the News: March 2013

Advertising Chris Cakebread Master Lecturer Los Angeles Times, Honda splits its advertising account among three firms (3/19/13) John Verret Associate Professor, Advertising The New York Times, Why advertisers often ignore Baby Boomers (3/7/13) The Boston Globe, Ad firm Mullen wins $200m Acura advertising account (3/20/13) Film & TV Deborah L. Jaramillo Assistant Professor, Film &… Read More

COM in the News: February 2013

Media John Carroll Assistant Professor, Mass Communication WBUR’s “Here and Now”, Super Bowl Ads: Winners and Losers (2/4/13) Thomas Fiedler Dean, College of Communication Professor of the Practice, Journalism Media Matters for America, Journalists on NRA “Enemies List” speak out (2/5/13) Richard Lehr Professor, Journalism The Boston Globe, Book review: ‘Whitey’ by Dick Lehr and… Read More

COM in the News: January 2013

Media Fred Bayles Director, State House Program Associate Professor, Journalism Milford Daily News, Opinions vary on media’s handling of Franklin chemist scandal (1/7/13) Tobe Berkovitz Associate Professor, Advertising BostInno, More digital advertising coming to MBTA stations and stops (1/25/13) Chris Cakebread Master Lecturer Business Week, Diet Coke brings back hunk ad; Viewers yawn (1/30/13) John… Read More

COM in the News: December 2012

Business John Carroll Assistant Professor, Mass Communication WBUR’s Cognoscenti, Facebook Announcements Can Be Confusing. Let Us Explain (12/6/12) Hyun-Yeul Lee Assistant Professor, Communication Forbes, Will the Redesigned YouTube Hurt the Retailers That Use It? (12/8/12) Media Tobe Berkovitz Associate Professor, Advertising WCVB, Prank Apology Edward Boches Professor of the Practice, Advertising Forbes, Minecraft as Mind… Read More

COM in the news: October 2012

COM professors sought for commentary recently include: Election 2012/Politics Fred Bayles Director, State House Program Associate Professor, Journalism Boston Herald, Schieffer gets high marks (10/23/12) World News Australia, Interview: Romney’s tenure as Massachusetts governor (10/17/12) KCRW “To The Point”, Which of the Two Candidates Really Wants to Be President? (10/9/12) CNN “Newsroom”, The “Real” Mitt… Read More

Prof’s documentary wins top honors at film festival

Prof. Garland Waller’s No Way Out But One, a documentary about a mother who resorts to kidnapping her children to save them from domestic violence, won best documentary at the Bare Bones International Film Festival in Muskogee, Okla. Additionally, Waller, who co-produced the film with Barry Nolan and Toby Kleinman, was presented with a medal… Read More

Zuckoff honored for ‘Lost in Shangri-La’

On Apr. 2, Prof. Mitch Zuckoff’s book Lost in Shangri-La was awarded the 2012 Laurence L. & Thomas Winship/PEN New England Award for nonfiction. Zuckoff’s book follows the strange events following a post-WWII plane crash in a land untouched by the outside world. From the book’s website: On May 13, 1945, twenty-four officers and enlisted… Read More

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