Five students from WSOU 89.5FM earned seven awards from the Garden State Journalist Association.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
Seton Hall graduate and former WSOU staff member, Christina Stoffo, led a workshop for students at WSOU 89.5 FM on how to best deliver live traffic reports and connect with listeners.
Professor Christopher Sharrett explores the significance of Damien Chazelle’s film: First Man.
Professor James J. Kimble pens an obituary for Rosie the Riveter as part of a series of remembrances, "The Deaths the Shook Politics in 2018."
Why 89.5 FM WSOU remains at the top of the heavy metal charts after all these years.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Matthew Pressman comments on the influential effects of media columnists.
James Kimble discusses the significance of imagery in Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms.
Professor Amy Nyberg discusses the complex relationship of comic books and public discourse.
Assistant Professor and Director of Choral Activities Jason Tramm opens Morris Choral Society's 45th Season Finale with concert entitled "Rebirth and Renewal: A Celebration of Spring."
Communications Professor James Kimble co-curates Norman Rockwell Museum's Four Freedoms traveling exhibit.
Reflecting on the quest to find the real Rosie the Riveter at her passing is communication scholar James J. Kimble.
The Justice Department’s move to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger sweeps aside centuries of government policy
Communication and the Arts’ Journalism Professor Matt Pressman wrote a piece for the Washington Post discussing the politics behind decision-making in media organizations.
Communication and the Arts’ Journalism Professor Matt Pressman spoke with CJR about the history of government involvement with media organizations.
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