2020 Icrcc Proceedings Table Of Contents, 2020 University of Central Florida
2020 Icrcc Proceedings Table Of Contents, Conference Organizers
International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference
These proceedings are a representative sample of the presentations given by professional practitioners and academic scholars at the 2020 International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference (ICRCC) held March 9-11, 2020. The ICRCC is an annual event that takes place the second week in March in beautiful sunny Orlando, Florida. The conference hosts are faculty and staff from the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. The goal of the ICRCC is to bring together prominent professional practitioners and academic scholars that work directly with crisis and risk communication on a daily basis. We define crisis and risk broadly to include, for ...
Radio Vs. Streaming Services: Exploring How Radio Is Facing Competition, 2020 University of Central Florida
Radio Vs. Streaming Services: Exploring How Radio Is Facing Competition, Kyra L. Allen
Honors Undergraduate Theses
With the increasing number of online streaming services available in the world, it is astounding to note how radio is still around maintaining excellent ratings and listener interaction. It is essential to analyze the media industry, and while there are many outlets a person is capable of accessing music, people still turn to their local radio. The literature indicates how the business of radio still exists with the primary competition of today.
The study includes interviews from twelve radio professionals at Cox Media Group (CMG) Orlando, the home of seven different format radio stations. All interviewees hold a range of ...
Wlbz Radio Station Records, 1926-2015, 2020 The University of Maine
Wlbz Radio Station Records, 1926-2015, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine
WLBZ began as a "hobby" radio station in 1921. Regular broadcasting began in 1922. The first official licensed broadcast was made from a chicken coop on December 30, 1926 in Dover-Foxcroft. The station moved to Bangor and was purchased by Acton Communications in 1978 and became WACZ. In 1983, the station became WZON when it was acquired by Stephen and Tabitha King.
The collection includes administrative and marketing-related documents dated 1926 through the 1970s. Photographs and publications also document the station's history. A bulk of the records are station traffic logs dating 1931-1957, providing information about programming, promotions, music ...
Family And Consumer Sciences Promotional Campaign: Tools For Life, 2020 Iowa State University
Family And Consumer Sciences Promotional Campaign: Tools For Life, Sharon Hernandez
This creative component project was created and implemented to build awareness around Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS). FCS courses in our middle schools and high schools have declined over the past two decades. To address this problem, this project explored using a public service announcement (PSA) and online toolkit to promote FCS. The strategy for the PSA drew on cognitive dissonance theory and the extended parallel process model. Additionally, this project considered how key standards, such as production quality, simplicity, and message length are all important factors to the credibility of a campaign. Feedback from students, parents, teachers and FCS ...
Editorial: Subjectivity And Objectivity In Storytelling Podcasts, 2019 University of Wollongong
Editorial: Subjectivity And Objectivity In Storytelling Podcasts, Siobhan Mchugh
In this issue, storytelling podcasts and audio works from the US, UK, Australia and Canada receive in-depth critiques from expert reviewers in Latin America, Australia and the UK. The subjectivity-objectivity spectrum is one focus, along with ethics and aesthetics.
Radio Revolten: 30 Days Of Radio Art - Book Review, 2019 University of Wollongong
Radio Revolten: 30 Days Of Radio Art - Book Review, Colin Black
Radio Revolten: 30 Days of Radio Art documents the Radio Revolten international radio art festival that took place took place during October 2016 in Halle, Germany. It is a densely rich book that explores aspects of radio beyond the format, beyond time schedules and beyond podcast ratings, while still aiming to build a sense of community. It is reviewed by internationally acclaimed Australian sound artist Colin Black.
Skywriting – Making Radio Waves By Robyn Ravlich: Book Review, 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Skywriting – Making Radio Waves By Robyn Ravlich: Book Review, Mike Ladd
Robyn Ravlich’s Skywriting - making radio waves is partly an extended dissertation on feature-making and radio art, and partly an autobiography of this acclaimed Australian audio feature maker from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). It is reviewed by Mike Ladd, poet, audio producer and an erstwhile ABC colleague.
In The Dark – Pushing The Boundaries Of True Crime, 2019 University of Technology, Sydney
In The Dark – Pushing The Boundaries Of True Crime, Sharon Davis
True crime podcasts are a burgeoning genre. As journalists and storytellers, how do we balance the pursuit of justice and our responsibility to the victims with the demand to tell a gripping tale? As listeners, are we using the pain of others for our own entertainment? In the Dark podcast (Seasons 1 and 2) takes us beyond a vicarious fascination with true crime stories into a forensic and essential look at deep-rooted biases, corruption and systemic failures that prevent justice from being served.
The first season (2016) investigates the 1989 kidnapping, sexual assault and murder of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling In ...
The Feelings Frontier: A Review Of No Feeling Is Final, 2019 Swinburne University
The Feelings Frontier: A Review Of No Feeling Is Final, Britta Jorgensen
No Feeling is Final faces a two-fold “feelings frontier” in an age of extreme podcast intimacy and empathy: navigating (1) how to convey the kind of deeply personal “big feelings” that are still often seen as off-limits and (2) how to maintain a hyper-awareness about the listener’s feelings. Taking place almost entirely within her mind, No Feeling is Final is a six-part memoir show about host Honor Eastly’s experiences struggling with mental health and what one mental health professional diagnoses as “too many feelings – about four times as many as the average person”. The ongoing tension between creating ...
One Story, Told Week By Week: Episodic Podcast Storytelling And The Habitat, 2019 Los Andes University, Bogotá
One Story, Told Week By Week: Episodic Podcast Storytelling And The Habitat, Charlotte De Beauvoir
The rise and success of podcasting introduced episodic storytelling in the world of non-fiction sound narrative. Delivering a story in different entries is very different from producing a one-off piece. What concrete implications does this have for the narrative? And what keeps an audience listening to a podcast, episode through episode? This article offers some answers to these questions via a case study of The Habitat, a 2018 podcast by the American network Gimlet.
Down But Not Out: Tara And George And The Boundaries Of Subjectivity., 2019 Storiedland
Down But Not Out: Tara And George And The Boundaries Of Subjectivity., Hamish Sewell
Set on the streets of London, amidst the snarl of traffic and the clip of passers by, this work is a biographical sound portrait of two homeless people, Tara and George. It is a testament to the parlous state of homelessness in the UK today and is masterful in its execution.
To this work, producer and host Audrey Gillan brings a quality of frank disclosure and decency. Relationships between producers and their subjects are contentious, due to an inherent power differential. Gillan neither portrays Tara and George as archetypes nor as helpless and needy. She knows she is the one ...
The Native American Occupation Of Alcatraz Island: Radio And Rhetoric, 2019 University of Tennessee
The Native American Occupation Of Alcatraz Island: Radio And Rhetoric, Megan Engle
Pursuit - The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee
In order to draw attention to the numerous social and economic plights facing indigenous populations, a group of Native American protesters occupied Alcatraz Island from November 1969 to June 1971. Throughout the nineteen months of occupation, protesters received much attention from the media. While in theory this coverage may have been beneficial, the media presented the story in a largely negative and inaccurate light. Upon review of the literature, it becomes evident that the media used racist and poor journalistic practices to diminish the protest. To counter this biased view, the occupiers released their own news via radio. A comparative ...
Industry Profile: Denny Stilwell, Mack Avenue Music Group President, 2019 University of the Pacific
Industry Profile: Denny Stilwell, Mack Avenue Music Group President, Axel Tanner
No abstract provided.
Insta-Promotion: Here’S Why (And How) You Should Be Using Instagram To Market Your Music, 2019 University of the Pacific
Insta-Promotion: Here’S Why (And How) You Should Be Using Instagram To Market Your Music, Jennifer Morrow
No abstract provided.
A Failure Of The Music Industry: The Frustration Of Women Of Color, 2019 University of the Pacific
A Failure Of The Music Industry: The Frustration Of Women Of Color, Christina Estes-Wynne
Throughout the history of the music industry, women of color have not received the same recognition as their male counterparts because males have dominated the industry resulting in lack of female representation. Women have been oversexualized reducing their clout in their fields and the lack of acknowledgement of success, which discourages future generations of colored women from attempting to reach their highest potential.
Social Activism In The U.S. Music Industry, 2019 University of the Pacific
Social Activism In The U.S. Music Industry, Joey A. Tan
No abstract provided.
The Trending Killer, 2019 University of the Pacific
The Trending Killer, Diana Ventura
No abstract provided.
Why Streaming Is A Good Thing For The Music Industry, 2019 University of the Pacific
Why Streaming Is A Good Thing For The Music Industry, Ailey Butler
No abstract provided.
Censoring Hate In The Music Industry: Shifting Perspectives In Pursuit Of Cultural Equity, 2019 University of the Pacific
Censoring Hate In The Music Industry: Shifting Perspectives In Pursuit Of Cultural Equity, Joey A. Tan
Music is intended to be expressive and unconstrained, a tool of communicating emotion and bridging humanity. As such, censorship is widely despised among music creators, listeners, publishers, distributors, and other music industry stakeholders. “Freedom of expression,” however, proves to be an applicable argument for both sides of the matter when the censorship concerns hate directed at marginalized communities. Analyzing the concept of censorship through the lens of those with privilege and power fails to recognize the extent to which hate speech impacts its victims and the indirect recipients of the message. As a powerful influencer of popular and youth cultures ...
Big Business In The Music Business, 2019 University of the Pacific
Big Business In The Music Business, Kortney Burton
No abstract provided.