Philip Scepanski had his article, “Retroactive Edits: 9/11, Television’s Popular Archive, and Shifting Popular Memory” published in the journal Television and New Media.
- Richard Lewis published the revised third edition of “The Power of Art.” Co-authored with his wife, Susan, this college textbook is described by its publisher, Cengage, as “a brief yet comprehensive survey which demonstrates that art is everywhere and relevant to all students.” Over 500 pages with about 600 illustrations, “The Power of Art” has been adopted in more than 300 colleges and universities since its first edition.
- Dan Amernick's paper, “The ‘Not Ready for Archive Players’: The Lost Seasons of Saturday Night Live” has been accepted to the Journal of Popular Film and Television.
- Wenjing Xie and students, Kate Fields, Erin Kelly, Micaela Martini, and Farrah Tamari, won the 1st Place Paper Award of the Management, Marketing, and Programming Division at the annual conference of the Broadcasting Education Association (BEA). The paper entitled, “Browser, Buy, Boast: The Social Media Strategy That Has Transformed Consumer Engagement,” will be presented in Las Vegas in April.
- FM/AM (Fashion Magazine at Marist) has won a Gold Crown Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in the General Magazine category. The 23-page critique yielded a score of 886 out of a possible 1000 points in the following areas: Magazine Essentials 268/300; Journalistic Content, Writing & Mechanics 280/350; Design, Layout and Photography 338/350.