Month: October 2014

New article on the TV framing of the Arab Spring

Just out in the Journal of Middle East Media is as an article by TCF faculty member Michael Bruce, a study of how Al Jazeera and other transnational TV channels covered the Arab Spring conflicts.

Bruce, M. D. (2014). Framing Arab Spring conflict: A visual analysis of coverage on five transnational Arab news channels. Journal of Middle East Media, 10, 1-26.

Journal of Middle East Media

Professor Kim and C&IS students co-author paper on journalists’ Twitter use

TCF faculty member Yonghwan Kim is first author of “Tweeting the public: Journalists’ Twitter use, attitudes toward the public’s tweets, and the relationship with the public,” which has been accepted for publication by the journal Information, Communication & Society.

Dr. Kim’s co-authors include four C&IS graduate students: Youngju Kim, Joongsuk Lee, Jeyoung Oh, and Na Yeon Lee.

Information, Communication & Society

TCF student wins “Pitch Perfect” competition at New Orleans Film Festival

TCF student Danny Ryan won the “Pitch Perfect” competition at the New Orleans Film Festival. The win earns Mr. Ryan $1,000 to help finance production of the film he pitched. TCF faculty member Nick Corrao stewarded TCF student participation in this competition.

25th Annual New Orleans Film Festival

Pitch Perfect competition at the New Orleans Film Festival