Emerson in the News

  • Ben Aaron

    Aaron’s Crazy Talk in Eclipse Magazine

    Alumnus and WNBC New York Live contributor Ben Aaron is set to co-host a new daily comedy program titled Crazy Talk, which is produced and distributed by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. 

  • Spencer Kimball

    Kimball quoted in the Wall Street Journal

    Department of Communication Studies Scholar-in-Residence Spencer Kimball is quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about House and Senate Republicans imposing spending cuts, including entitlement programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, and food stamps.

  • Eric Gordon

    Gordon to lead civic improvement

    VMA Associate Professor Eric Gordon has been selected to lead the next phase of a multi-year, multi-community initiative in civic improvement.

  • Payne and Kimball grow Bird Street collaboration

    Communication Studies faculty members Greg Payne, who's also interim chair, and Spencer Kimball's collaborative project with Bird Street Community Center youth is highlighted on the Power of Help website. 

  • Jonathan Spencer

    Spencer MA ’11 video in Bloomberg Business Week

    Alumnus Jonathan Spencer, a video producer at Liberty Mutual, created a music video for Corporate Recruitment with job interview tips for young college graduates.

  • Linda Reisman

    Reisman in The Wrap

    Senior Distinguished Producer-in Residence in Visual and Media Arts Linda Reisman is executive producer for The Danish Girl, which premieres September 2015 at Venice and Toronto Film Fests, and in North America in November 2015.

  • Shira Lazar

    Lazar’s new gig in Tubefilter

    Shira Lazar ’04, host of What’s Trending and recipient of Emerson’s 2014 Young Alumni Achievement Award, has been selected as West Coast contributor for The Daily Share, a televised Internet news and lifestyle segment.

  • Christian Bergren-Aragon

    Bergren-Aragon ’15 and Clark ’16 in USA Today College

    Students and Phi Alpha Tau brothers Alex Clark and Christian Bergren-Aragon talk to USA Today College about initiatives that go against Greek Life stereotypes.



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