A Clemson professor has authored a detailed study of investigative reporters’ work over the last century to expose corruption involved in the sale of various purported cure-alls, and the study has revealed surprising connections to current trends in supplement sales. Bryan E. Denham, professor in Clemson’s communication department, has authored a new monograph, “Magazine Journalism […]
Greg Cranmer has the cover of a local newspaper from the early 90s framed in his office. He’s featured in the top right, a four-year-old wearing wrestling head gear and a singlet. His lip is poked out, and he’s visibly upset while a referee cautions him against locking hands. The picture was taken during Cranmer’s […]
Effective July 1, Clemson’s student media units will transition from the division of student affairs to the university’s communication department. The move will add academic capacity and establish a closer relationship between these units and relevant curriculum. These organizations include Tigervision, The Tiger, the Pendulum, the Tiger Town Observer, The Chronicle, and WSBF-FM.
Three students will be packing their bags this holiday season for Miami, Florida, where they will have a one-week experience of a lifetime. Seniors and native South Carolinians Amanda Compton, Jordan Dunlap and Cameron McIssac were recently selected to be junior host interns for the 2018 Capital One Orange Bowl where fourth ranked Oklahoma will […]
A Clemson researcher recently published insights into homemade steroids and steroid trafficking through a study of federal court cases. The research details why homemade steroids became popular and how online tools and cryptocurrency have allowed for their rapid spread.
Word is that the University of South Carolina is getting a “Carolina Command Center” up and running, which sounds a great deal like something in our own Daniel Hall. They’ve even made plans and crafted a video message to potential supporters to surpass Clemson’s own social media listening center. Joseph Mazer, associate professor of communication and […]
New research exploring media coverage of a Russian doping scandal reveals how extensive reporting might have motivated cyberattacks aimed at affecting the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The research, published in Communication and Sport, examines journalistic and political fallout resulting from coverage of a scandal that tarnished Russia’s reputation in international sport.
The big dance has begun! You can bet this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament will have Cinderella stories and bracket busters. It’s not called March Madness for nothing. From a field of 68 teams, only four will make it to the Final Four and only one will be crowned the champion. But that doesn’t make the 67 other teams losers. The real winners will be the players who look beyond the final score.
Jack Ford has seen sports and news reporting from all sides, from behind the defensive line on the football field at Yale University to behind the camera on the “Today Show.” His impressive résumé boasts a wide variety of achievements and awards, including a law degree and an Emmy Award. More recently, Ford has turned […]
Clemson student, Miss South Carolina and Miss America first runner-up Ali Rogers has been selected as the first communications intern with the College Football Playoff.