Hear local traditional college-age students discuss what they want from media and what they are willing to pay for it. Alumnus John Rosso, Sr. Vice President, Citadel Interactive Division, Citadel Broadcasting, and Tom McCray, associate professor, Communication Department, moderate this panel discussion. [more…]
Joe Marren and Lou Rera of the Communication Department moderate this panel discussion concerning "What's new in the media." Topics include mobilizing the masses, media in relation to politics, and paying for content. Elena Cala Buscarino, managing editor at Buffalo Rising, and Randy Bushover, reporter at WBEN Radio, are featured panelists along with Alice Fisher, Unlimited PR owner, Mark Poloncarz, Erie County comptroller, and Kevin Hosey, Communications Director at the Erie County Legislature, rounding out the panel. [more…]
Bill Rafel, lecturer, Communication Department, moderates this panel discussion on the future of traditional media. Topics include print circulation, what consumers want, and radio personalities. Panelists include: reporters, Dave Debo, from WBEN Radio Buffalo, and David McKinley, from WROC-TV Rochester, Operations Manager and On-Air personality Sue O'Neil, Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Zremski, and veteran talk radio producer Rita Rich. [more…]
Transplanted Buffalo luminary Brian Lampkin describes the agony of being a media prankster in a rural North Carolina town; as long-distance musical collaborators Raw Deal perform a fine set of socially-conscious tunes you can hum along to, in this October 26, 2007 edition of the Rooftop Poetry Club podcast. [more…]
The second lecture in an informational series of presentations by meterology/climatology faculty relating to climate change issues. Speaker is Camille Holmgren, assistant professor, Geography and Planning Department.
Christina Wos Donnelly pledges unconditional love to her literary litter; casts the current White House Administration as leads in several extraordinary renditions of classic nursery rhymes; and invokes poetic privilege to monitor Adam and Eve’s e-mail in this October 18, 2007 edition of the Rooftop Poetry Club podcast. [more…]
Pushkart Award-nominee Peggy Towers gives a musical Latin lesson for scorned lovers; then, distinguished Canadian poet and teacher Naomi Guttman admits her vulnerability to Wallace Stevens in this October 11, 2007 edition of the Rooftop Poetry Club podcast. [more…]
Dennis Reed goes ambling after God with his acoustic guitar; and after that, E.C.C. professor of English Perry S. Nicholas is so far from gettin’ any it’s almost funny in this October 4, 2007 edition of the Rooftop Poetry Club podcast. [more…]