Athens, Georgia- October 21-22, 2016 CMST Masters students Elizabeth Hurst and Joshua Cunningham will be presenting at an International conference at the University of Georgia.
The Thomas C. Dowden International Conference: Media and the Public Sphere 2016, Empowered Audiences in the Digital Age will bring together communication experts in media, audience studies, audience research, journalism, advertising, and related fields to discuss a broad range of topics related to audiences, the media, and the public sphere.
On Saturday, both will be representing The University of Tennessee Knoxville during the Communication Issues in International Settings panel.
Hurst will present, “How Russia is using the Syrian Refugee Crisis: Framing and Agenda Setting in Moscow Times and TASS Russian News Agency” while Cunningham discusses “Peculiarities of the Media in Putin’s Russia: Gazprom Oil Concern’s Role as a Media Giant.”
For the full schedule visit: http://comunicare.ro/en/index.php?page=media-and-the-public-sphere-2016.