This week I’m in New York City sitting-in on a 39-hour (nearly non-stop for five-business days) course in which 18 alumni of my New Media Management master’s degree program at Syracuse University will teach 18 of my current students in the program.…
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The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications seeks a Professor and Chair in Journalism Innovation, a new, endowed position that will help place the school on the cutting edge in teaching, scholarship and inquiry. The Chair will develop and teach new, innovative…
Here are some savvy articles about how media is changing, will change radically, and why its companies might not be adapting to change.
TV news coverage of the third annual Media Lecture, delivered by Prof. Vin Crosbie on July 14, 2010, at the Drama Center of the National Library of Singapore.
Syllabus for my Digital Media Management lectures during the next three weeks at Rhodes University’s Sol Plaatje Institute for Media Leadership.
My biweekly Digital Publishing column at ClickZ.com is about the skills that journalism schools need to teach in this century.
Syracuse University’s Newhouse Schools has an opening for a Multimedia Newspaper Professor.
Video clip of Vin Crosbie defining the term New Media and its potential.
Starting Monday, I have accepted a position as Adjunct Professor of Visual and Interactive Communications and Senior Consultant on Executive Education for New Media at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and will be relocating there.