CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Affluenza and Spanish Television Viewers. 29th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee.(2007).
Engineering Management. NAB Engineering Handbook.(2007).
Meet the Press Congressional Guests: 1947-2004. Electronic News. 1, 121-133.(2007).
Taboo or Not Taboo? That is the Question: Offensive Language on Prime Time Broadcast and Cable Programming.. University of Tennessee College of Communication and Information 29th Annual Research Symposium.(2007).
Broadband Convergence: Future Directions and Societal Impacts. The International Journal on Media Management. 8, 19-28.(2006).
Management, Research & Budgeting in Promotion. (Eastman, S T., Ferguson D. A., & Klein R. A., Ed.).Media Promotion and Marketing. 99-125.(2006).
Network and Distribution Economics. (Albarran, A., Ed.).Handbook of Media Management and Economics. 417-443.(2006).
Thirty Years Locked in Pandora’s Box: Weirum v. RKO. Law Division Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication national convention.(2006).
TV Market and Congressional District Mismatches: Effects on Campaign Spending and Election Outcomes. 8th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee.(2006).
TV Market and Congressional District Mismatches: Effects on Campaign Spending and Election Outcomes. Feedback, online journal of the Broadcast Education Association.(2006).
U. S. Network TV Newscasts and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War: an historical case study in media and Social Movement Theory. 28th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee.(2006).
Broadband Convergence: Future Directions and Societal Impacts. International Conference on Media and Society, as part of Fudan University’s Centennial Celebration.(2005).
Media and Telecommunications Management: Finding the Core Curriculum. Annual Convention of the Broadcast Education Association.(2005).
Price, Programming and Potential Competition in U.S. Cable Television Markets. Journal of Regulatory Economics. 27, 25-46.(2005).
Talking a Blue Streak: Context of Offensive Language in Prime Time Network Television Programs. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 81, 911-927.(2005).
The Use of Offensive Language by Males and Females in Prime Time Television Entertainment. Atlantic Journal of Communication. 23, 292-303.(2005).
Not Being There: Network TV News Budget Cuts and Skipping the Story Scene. Feedback. 45, 10-16.(2004).
Offensive Language in Prime Time Television: Four Years after Television Age and Content Ratings. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 48, 554-569.(2004).
Playing Favorites: Clear Channel Air Play and Touring Clear Channel Artists. Media Management and Economics Division Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication,.(2004).
Polish and former Soviet contributions to CNN World Report before and after massive system changes. The Social Science Journal. 41, 123-128.(2004).
Watch Your Mouth! An Analysis of Profanity Uttered by Children on Prime Time Television. Mass Communication and Society. 7, 429-452.(2004).
Accuracy in Local Television News--Revisited: Are Things Any Different 25 Years Later?. Feedback. 44, 45-54.(2003).
Developing a Successful Résumé Tape: A Guide for Students of Broadcast Television News. Broadcast Education Association Conference.(2003).
Developing a Successful Résumé Tape: A Guide for Students of Broadcast Television News. Feedback. 44, 30-39.(2003).
Non-Commercial Broadcaster Choices Under the New Rules for Political Time. 25th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee.(2003).
Non-Commercial Broadcaster Choices Under the New Rules for Political Time,. Feedback. 44, 40-47.(2003).
Television News Coverage of Welfare and Welfare Recipients During a Period of Legislative Change. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference.(2003).
Transformation of the Telecommunication Industry: Where Are Colorado and the U.S. Going?. Colorado Technology Summit 2003.(2003).
Watch You Mouth! An Analysis of Profanity Uttered by Children on Prime Time Television. National Communication Association annual convention.(2003).
Accuracy in Local Television News. 24th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communications, University of Tennessee.(2002).
Conversion to Private Broadcasting in Eastern Europe. BEA Convention.(2002).
Cultivation of Materialism: international exploration of the link between TV viewing and materialist values. International Association for Mass Communication Research.(2002).
The Economics of Video on Demand: A Simulation Analysis. Journal of Media Economics. 15, 209-24.(2002).
Entry and Potential Competition in United States Cable TV Markets. 30th Annual TPRC Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy.(2002).
Affluenza: Television Use and Cultivation of Materialism. Mass Communication and Society. 4, 405-418.(2001).
Congressional Districts and Television Markets: How Contour Mismatches Affect Incumbent Advantage. Political Communication Division of the International Communication Association.(2001).
How television news programs use video news releases. Public Relations Review. 27, 213-222.(2001).
Laboring to Be Fair: U.S. Network TV Strike Coverage. Electronic News: A Journal of Applied Research & Ideas,. 1, 13-22, 39-40..(2001).
Offensive Language in Prime Time Television: Before and After Content Ratings. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 45, 303-319.(2001).
Privatization of Radio in Sub-Saharan Radio. BEA Convention. Las Vegas,,(2001).
Telecommunications and Financial Management. (Gershon, R. A., Ed.).Telecommunications Management: Industry Structures and Planning Strategies. 251-79.(2001).
U.S. Cable Telecommunications: Consolidation, Convergence and Competition. 2nd Sino-International Cable TV Conference: New Media Business.(2001).
The Future of Radio. BEA Convention.(2000).
Hey 'You': Second Person in Local TV News. Feedback. 41, 24-29.(2000).
The History of Cable Regulation. Kaitz Fellows Orientation Program, The Western Cable Show.(2000).
Laboring to Be Fair: U.S. Network TV Strike Coverage. International Communication Association convention.(2000).