Department of Journalism

Department of Journalism News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news for the Department of Journalism. For College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

  • Ted Gup

    Gup pens piece about political diversity

    Journalism Chair Ted Gup recently wrote a piece for The Chronicle of Higher Education on “True Diversity Includes Both Left and Right.”

  • Tim Riley

    Riley interviewed on MSNBC

    Assistant Professor of Journalism Tim Riley was a guest on MSNBC's Morning Joe recently to discuss his new book Lennon: The Man, the Myth, the Music—The Definitive Life.

  • James O'Shea

    O'Shea discusses changes in journalism field

    Accomplished journalist James O’Shea told Emerson Journalism students that they can make a difference in their careers by being entrepreneurial rather than following a traditional journalism path during a lecture he gave at the Paramount Center’s Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre on October 12.

  • Occupy Boston protestor

    Students report on Occupy Boston for the Globe

    Seven Journalism students who are part of a new course called Metropolitan News Service: A Collaboration got the chance to report on the Occupy Boston protests this week for the Boston Globe.

  • Tim Riley

    Riley releases Lennon biography

    Published by Hyperion Books, Emerson Associate Professor of Journalism Tim Riley released his latest book Lennon: The Man, the Myth, the Music—The Definitive Life on September 20.

  • Alumna spotlighted on The Colbert Report

    Katie Eastman ’11, who took a job as a reporter for WOI-ABC5 in Central Iowa after graduating, has landed in the national spotlight, thanks to comedian Stephen Colbert.

  • WERS on channel 5

    WERS featured on WCVB ABC affiliate news magazine

    Emerson’s on-campus radio station WERS-FM 88.9 was featured on WCVB-TV’s “Chronicle” program.

  • iPad

    Journalism Department launches iPad app to showcase student work

    Emerson’s Journalism Department recently became the first in the nation to successfully publish student work on an iPad application using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.