College Media Review: Latest Edition Unveiled Online

The latest issue of College Media Review, the flagship publication of the College Media Association (CMA), recently debuted online.  The digital-only mag publishes four times per year.

As editor Robert Bohler shares, “There’s been discussion aplenty since the first of the year about the censorship and economic pressures that threaten the livelihoods of  media advisers, of whom at least two face losing their jobs. Debra Landis of University of Illinois Springfield covers both fronts in a story package . . . about how our colleagues can protect themselves from retaliation.  Also, in this issue,  Robert Kaiser recounts the evolution of the news coverage of an an athletics scandal at Canisius College– and his own evolution as an adviser in the process.  And James Simon and Lei Xie of Fairfield University reveal in their peer-reviewed research how advisers view the performance of advisory boards on their campuses.”

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