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Published Article in Dec. 2017 Newspaper Research Journal (NRJ)

African American weeklies see paid circulation decline
by Stephen Lacy, Ph.D., Sandra L. Combs, Ph.D., & Daniel Herman Krier, Ph.D.

Newspaper Research Journal – Vol. 38(4), pp. 75 more words

Dan Krier

Conference Recap: AEJMC

The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication met for their annual national conference in Chicago last week. It was my first time attending the conference, and I was thankful to receive feedback on my two presentations, connect/reconnect with friends and colleagues, and spend some time exploring Chicago. 386 more words

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Trust in a fake news world

“Fake news” defined an election, and continues to play a prominent role in the presidency of the candidate that most benefited from all of its forms. 1,273 more words

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Congrats to the 2017 Top GIFT professors!

Congratulations to the professors and their 25 Great Ideas for Teachers which have been selected as finalists in AEJMC’s  2017 GIFT Program. More than 40 entries from across the U.S. 407 more words

Daniel Herman Krier, PhD - MSU Dissertation on Sports Media Consumption

Completed & Defended May 2017

Title:

Sports Media Involvement via Team Identity & Antecedent Motivations for the Prediction of Total Daily Sports Media Consumption

Daniel Herman Krier, PhD… 506 more words

Dan Krier

Teaching in a Changing Sport Media Landscape

By Rich Johnson

With the exception of the two years, I spent as a doctoral student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, I have spent most of the last decade working with student media. 537 more words

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The Players Tribune and the Ethically Iffy Practice of Ghostwriting

By John Carvalho

As a recent Mashable article noted, there’s a lot to admire and enjoy about the Players Tribune.

Derek Jeter’s sports website has become a powerhouse, attracting audiences and investors with its promise of content produced by an impressive roster of superstar athletes. 558 more words

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