“Scholarly Productivity in Communication Studies,” examined 24 communication and media journals during a five-year period.
Based on more than 1,000 online interviews with United States journalists, conducted in the fall 2013, the new book focuses on the influence of social media in the newsroom.
U.S. journalists appear to believe in their watchdog role as strongly as ever, according to the latest in a multi-decade series of studies by IU Media School researchers.
Associate dean Betsi Grabe will speak this week at Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador about gender gaps in both production and consumption of news.
The television search technology SnapStream is aiding faculty members in their research.
The study reflects on the importance of political organization-public relationships.
Mailland presented his research on net neutrality and the history of video games in September.
Mailland spoke about the impact of Minitel, the world’s first mass-scale online system that ran for more than 30 years.
Professor emeritus Christine Ogan spoke at a European Communication Research and Education Association conference panel, “Diaspora, Migration and The Media.”
Parameswaran served on the panels “Performance & Politics in Tamil Nadu, India” and “Digital Media, Politics and Culture in India.”