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.

  • EDC Avery Street

    Checking Out Emerson Film/TV Gear Just Got Easier

    The Equipment Distribution Center (EDC) has a new home, and this one is bigger, more efficient, and better able to serve students and faculty working on audio, video, film, and digital productions.

  • Tim Riley

    Riley Book Cited as Crucial Beatles Reading in Globe Article

    Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr gave a shoutout to Assistant Professor of Journalism Tim Riley's book, Tell Me Why, in his review of Ron Howard's new documentary, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week -- The Touring Years.

  • Ansin scholarship winners

    Ansin Scholarships Broaden Opportunity for Deserving Students

    Recipients of two scholarships endowed by Channel 7 owner Ed Ansin joined representatives of the station and the College Friday, September 16, to thank Ansin for his generosity to Emerson. 

  • Weld Q&A

    Emerson Students Get First Crack at Questioning VP Candidate

    The visit by the former Massachusetts governor and Libertarian vice presidential candidate William Weld on Thursday, September 8, was hosted by the Department of Communication Studies, which extended invitations to all presidential tickets to speak to students during this election cycle.

  • Jerry Lanson

    Lanson Reflects on Moving Homes, Taking Stock

    Retired Journalism professor Jerry Lanson writes on The Huffington Post about moving out of his home of 17 years and the reflection that prompts.

  • Catherine D'Ignazio

    D'Ignazio Gives MISC Interview About Data, Inclusivity

    Catherine D'Ignazio, an assistant professor in the Journalism Department and an Emerson Engagement Lab fellow, was interviewed about inclusivity and power in data collection and presentation in the summer edition of MISC, "a journal of strategic insight and foresight."

  • Ted Gup

    Gup Trump Oped Published in "New York Times"

    The New York Times published Journalism professor Ted Gup's oped about Donald Trump's apparent lack of guilt for dodging the draft and lack of respect for those who did not.

  • Christina Guessferd interviews Christina Grimmie

    Video: Emerson Student Interviews Christina Grimmie

    Journalism student Christina Guessferd ’18 interviewed singer and YouTube celebrity Christina Grimmie for Good Morning Emerson in March, three months before Grimmie was shot and killed after a show in Orlando, Florida.