The sociopolitical comedian, author and podcast host is this week’s guest on the IU podcast.
Journalist and author Aman Sethi, Washington Post chief correspondent Dan Balz and filmmaker Mira Nair will speak in a series of lectures free and open to the public.
Assistant professor Jason Peifer’s study examines a multidimensional scale for measuring perceived news media importance.
Assistant professor Jason Peifer found that those with a favorable view of news parody shows are more likely to have a favorable view of the news media.
Professor Rob Potter served as an associate editor on The International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods.
Assistant professor Danielle Kilgo received the grant for her project, “Disrupting the Protest Paradigm: Toward a Model of the Sociological Effects, Routines and Norms Influencing Journalistic Coverage of U.S. Protests.”
Speakers at this spring’s colloquium will come from The Media School, the University of Virginia, the University of Amsterdam and more.
Don’t have time to make an appointment? Drop in during one of the six available days in January.
Game Gab takes place from 3:30-4:30 p.m. every Friday during spring semester (excluding spring break) in the Franklin Hall commons.
The demonstration is 3:30-4:30 p.m. Jan. 19 in the Franklin Hall commons.