Grady faculty in the news
Following is a list of topics that Grady College faculty have been talking about recently via media interviews and their research.
Grady faculty are fluent in a variety of subjects ranging from crisis advertising campaigns and sports, to social media trends, pop culture and health communications.
If you are interested in interviewing one of our Grady faculty members, please contact Grady College Director of Communication Sarah Freeman at 706-201-5373 or by email at FreemanS@uga.edu.
Advertising Campaigns and Issues
Karen King, professor of advertising, is interviewed by Marketplace about the likelihood success of an advertising campaign sponsored by the paper industry. (September 15, 2015; text and radio interview)
Crisis public relations
Bryan Reber, the C. Richard Yarbrough Professor in Crisis Communication Leadership, talks with WSB radio about Subway’s PR strategy in the wake of the Jared Fogle scandal (August 19, 2015; text)
Bill Lee, professor of journalism, talks with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about a suit filed by ASCAP against two Atlanta bars for copyright infringement. (September 3, 2015; text)
Newspapers and Journalism
Keith Herndon, a visiting professor of journalism, talks with the Associated Press about the willingness of consumers to pay for print and online news. (September 30, 2015; text)
Janice Hume, the Carolyn McKenzie and Don E. Carter Chair for Excellence in Journalism, head of the Department of Journalism and author of “Obituaries in American Culture,” is quoted in this article from Pacific Standard about the evolution of obituaries. (September 16, 2015; text)
Vicki Michaelis, the John Huland Carmical Distinguished Professor in Sports Journalism and director of Grady Sports Media certificate program, is interviewed by the Columbia Journalism Review about the growing number of colleges that offer sports journalism programs. (September 1, 2015; text)
Carolina Acosta-Alzuru, associate professor of public relations, is quoted in this New York Times article on the reduction of the number of telenovelas that are currently produced in Venezuela (August 18, 2015; text)
Jeffrey P. Jones, director of the Peabody Awards, talks about the legacy of late night show host Jon Stewart, in this Wisconsin Public Radio interview (August 24, 2015; radio interview)
Jones also was interviewed by “On Second Thought” about late night television and its evolution the past several years. (September 22, 2015; radio interview)Date: September 17, 2015