Faculty Media Interviews: December 2020

Every month, media outlets around the world consult with the experts at the Newhouse School for context on what’s happening in communications and why. Here are some of this month’s stories:

Bill Werde

Bill Werde, director of the Bandier Program in Recording and Entertainment Industries, was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal for the article, “Bob Dylan Sells Entire Songwriting Catalog.”

Gina Luttrell

Regina Luttrell, assistant professor of public relations, was interviewed by KCBS for the podcast segment, “How can health officials appeal to millions of COVID-19 vaccine skeptics?

Hua Jiang, associate professor and interim chair of public relations, was interviewed by Gadget for the article, “How to let people feel good about using chatbots.”

Robert Thompson

Robert Thompson, trustee professor of television, radio and film and director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture, was interviewed by KSRO for the radio segment, “Dr. Robert Thompson On The Latest In The World Of Pop Culture.”

Regina Luttrell, assistant professor of public relations, co-authored the article, “PR Ethics Literacy: Identifying Moral and Ethical Values Through Purposeful Ethical Education” for the Journal of Public Relations Education published by AEJMC.