Clarissa Ward, Nancy Youssef, Fred Barnes and Charlie Rose discuss U.S. influence in the Middle East and wars in Asia.
We sat down with Bunton to listen to her thoughts on ethics in the rapidly evolving field of communication.
Television personality worked his way to success in pro football after stops on the red carpet, Food Network and other places.
Panel agrees that “America lost its innocence” and began to view the presidency and the media in a new light after the tragic events of Nov. 22, 1963.
United Kingdom program packs iPads for a mobile classroom.
Elaine Frontain Bryant ’90, senior vice president for non-fiction programming on the A&E network, returned to campus in February to share insights into the television industry. With titles such as “Duck Dynasty,” “Storage Wars” and “Paranormal State” to her credit, Bryant is a leading executive in reality TV. More than 50 film-television-digital media (FTDM) majors at
Alumnus partners with new student-run agency.
In her research, FTDM Professor Tricia Jenkins examined how the CIA was portrayed differently in films and television shows that received assistance from the agency and those that did not. Can you guess if the CIA assisted the following productions? 1. Alias 2. 24 3. Syriana 4. Covert Affairs 5. Meet the Parents 6. Salt
International students take different paths to TCU.