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Web sites try to nix nasty comments

...circulation above 50,000 - nearly 49 percent ban anonymous commenting, according to Arthur Santana, assistant communications professor at the University of Houston. Nearly 42 percent allow anonymity, while 9 percent do not have comments at all...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2013-12-26/web-sites-try-nix-nasty-co
Facebook aims to get the world online

...also help boost the company's bottom line."There's nothing wrong with that," said Fordham University communications professor Paul Levinson, author of New New Media."I think it is actually a profoundly important human right in the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2013-08-21/facebook-aims-get-world-on
Confession's good for soul, and for iPad

...daily life, the faithful are finding ways to incorporate it into their religious lives, said Heidi Campbell, a communication professor at Texas A&M University who studies how religious communities use technology."People now are saying, we...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/your-faith/2011-02-11/confessions-good-soul-an
Before movie, Titanic was a news story

...1960s satellite communication in mind," said communications professor Paul Heyer, author of "Titanic Century: Media...the unthinkable tragedy," said Heyer, the communications professor. "Every factor that played into the Titanic...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/2012-04-13/movie-titanic-was-news-story
But what will they do?

...race." That's the initial conclusion of an ongoing study of news reports on the presidential campaign by communications professor William Benoit of the University of Missouri. Here's the sad picture: - Candidate speeches are 63 percent...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/03/01/edi_189341.shtml
Editorials
'Wheel,' still spinning, makes its first stop in White's home state

...history, debuted in 1972. There is no one simple reason for the longevity of the games, said Chris Lamb, a communications professor at the College of Charleston, where he teaches a course in mass media and society. Part of it has to do with...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/01/31/met_114687.shtml
Metro
Stump calling annoys some

...Name recognition is important, but you do run into the problem of overdoing it," said Gary Copeland, a communications professor at the University of Alabama. "Particularly with those folks who are sensitive about getting phone calls at...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/08/24/met_93696.shtml
Metro
TV station embraces one-man 'VJ' approach

...you're a local affiliate you only have so many hours of news you can fill." Thomas Berg, a broadcasting communications professor at Middle Tennessee State University, said he hasn't seen a significant difference in the quality of WKRN's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/01/29/tel_50257.shtml
Television
Colbert, Ga., won't invite Stephen Colbert

...Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central's Colbert Report, to its Fourth of July parade.Preston Coleman, a communications professor at Gainesville State College's Watkinsville campus, presented the Colbert City Council a petition, signed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2010-05-16/colbert-ga-wont-invite-steph
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College classroom laptop use stirs debate

...information during an exam once," he said. "I noticed, and he did not pass the exam."Charmaine E. Wilson, a communications professor at USC Aiken, doesn't ban laptops."I hope (students) learn early on that all behavior communicates and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2010-03-26/college-classroom-laptop-
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