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Politics and Media

2015: Jessica Taylor


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Politics and Media

Jessica Taylor    
NPR Political Reporter
7 p.m., November 5, 2015
Hartness Pavilion, Furman University

The 2016 Presidential Race: The Role of the Media
How Does the Media Affect Our Perceptions of the Candidates?

2015: Women in Public Media


Politics and Media

Women in Public Media
February 9 – 10, 2015

Trone Student Center, Furman University

To listen to Highlights from "Women in Public Media," click here.

Politics and Media

Politics and Media

Technology advances at a blistering pace, and what does that mean for politics, politicians, traditional media, and emerging media?  This series seeks to answer this question and look seriously at how the world of politics is changing as technology advances the world of media.

2011: Politics and Media Conference

Politics and Media

Politics & Media: Politicking in the Age of Instant News
Part One of an ongoing series on Politics and Media
March 17 and 22, 2011

It’s the intersection of politics, media and technology, and whatever one’s opinion of its impact, but one thing is for sure—it’s a game changer. How has the media of the 21st century affected politicians and the political landscape? Is local media becoming irrelevant due to the conglomeration of media outlets? What are the hazards of immediate information?