Boston Herald quoting Fred Bayles, College of Communication “Sometimes people see what they want to see…” Expert quote: “There’s lots of things in this world to fuss about. The etiquette of order in terms of whether the first lady of Poland shakes the president’s hand first or second seems like we’ve really reached a new […]
WBUR interviewing John Carroll, College of Communication “Senate Leader Mitch McConnell was unable to assemble the votes for a plan that would dramatically scale back Medicaid, leave 22 million people uninsured and deliver a huge tax cut to wealthy Americans…” View full article.
Boston Globe quoting Tobe Berkovitz, College of Communication “Earlier this week, President Trump again referred to US Senator Elizabeth Warren by his favorite nickname for her: Pocahontas…” Expert quote: “But as Trump has shown, he will say things even if there is no evidence it is true.” View full article.
The Hill quoting Tobe Berkovitz, College of Communication “This week has already proven vital to President Trump’s hopes of putting his imprint on the nation — and the stakes are about to get higher…” Expert quote: “It could be that the Republicans look fondly at the idea of a millstone. This could be a four-ton […]
Salon quoting John Carroll, College of Communication “A man and woman are awakened by the cooing alarm emanating from a massive wall-mounted touchscreen…” Expert quote: “Technology advertising is especially interesting because what it’s doing is saying all technological advances are good and all technology is beneficial to the people who will be lucky enough to […]
Boston Globe quoting Justin Joseph, College of Communication “Uber has for years dominated the ride-hailing market, its brand nearly synonymous with an industry that has reshaped how many people get around…” Expert quote: “Once you start throwing mud at your competitor, you could be throwing mud at yourself, too.” View full article.
Boston Herald quoting Tom Fiedler, College of Communication View full article.
Sinclair Broadcast Group quoting John Carroll, College of Communication “President Donald Trump is again venturing outside Washington this week as his administration attempts to shift the media and the public’s attention from the ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election to his domestic policy priorities, but experts say the president himself may be […]
CityLine interviewing Mina Tsay-Vogel, College of Communication “Dr. Mina Tsay-Vogel discusses the impact diverse faces in comic book films and tv shows can have on audiences…” Watch full interview.
America Now quoting Tobe Berkovitz, College of Communication “A new poll revealed that Democratic Party affiliation is the highest in more than two years, brightening the political party’s chances for the 2018 elections…” Expert quote: “You look at how the press is perceived in any kind of opinion survey at the moment, and the press […]