Roy Gutterman, associate professor of magazine, news and digital journalism and Tully Center director, was interviewed by AZFamily.com for the article, “Gov. Ducey to face the media for the first time in weeks this afternoon.”
Regina, Luttrell, assistant professor of public relations, co authored the chapter “LushUK Goes ‘All In’ on Influencers” in the edited volume Research Perspectives on Social Media Influencers and Brand Communication.
Regina Luttrell, assistant professor of public relations, co-wrote the article, “The Digital Divide: Addressing Artificial Intelligence in Communication Education,” for the Journalism and Mass Communication Educator. One of the co-authors is Jiyoung Lee G’19, a former Newhouse Ph.D. student.
Jennifer Grygiel, assistant professor of communications, was interviewed by CNN for the article, “Zuckerberg: Bannon’s beheading comments aren’t enough to ban him from Facebook.”
“Steve Bannon has proved that he abuses the platform. I would really like Mark Zuckerberg to show some accountability in not letting people harm the public and society in such a way.”Jennifer Grygiel
Jennifer Grygiel, assistant professor of communications, was interviewed by the San Francisco Chronicle for the article, “As misinformation spreads online, will Biden crack down on Facebook?“
Shaina Holmes, assistant professor of television, radio and film, co-authored the publication “Bringing VFX to the Table” in the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) Digital Library after presenting at SIGGRAPH 2020.
Jennifer Grygiel, assistant professor of communications, was interviewed by CNN Business for the article, “How Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are handling election misinformation.”
To advance democracy, productive disagreement is required, undistracted by demeaning attacks and disregard for the truth.Anthony D’Angelo
Oritz, who studies entertainment media effects, says that memes are created by individuals to express themselves and therefore serve a really vital role in today’s world of social media.
“You can connect with somebody through these shared meanings and cultural references, and you feel like you’re special for understanding it. It builds an in-group connection,” says Ortiz.