Supermodels Share Perspectives on Beauty Lost and Found in HBO Documentary

August 10, 2012 coms 0

In his latest documentary, About Face: The Supermodels, Then and Now, photographer and filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders takes a look at the often bizarre world of […]

Book Review: Planned Obsolescence by Kathleen Fitzpatrick

August 9, 2012 Igor Ristic 0

Those of us who have devoted our lives to studying and researching the humanities (such as Communication) understand the importance of our work and the […]

The Evolution of Olympic Communication [Infographic]

July 29, 2012 coms 0

High-speed data transmissions sent directly to smart phones and tablets are certainly a far cry from rolled-up notes strapped to pigeons. Modern Olympics fans enjoy […]

Popular U.S. News Sites by State: Who’s Reading What and Where

April 26, 2012 coms 0

A new graphic compiled by Hilary Mason and Anna Smith of and Forbes Magazine’s Jon Bruner shows the popularity of different online news sites across the United States. The team looked for unusually popular linked articles and compiled click-through information to create a color-coded map of the United States that shows the online news reporting preference of each state.

29 Famous People You Never Knew Had Communication Degrees

April 24, 2012 coms 1

You may be surprised to find that many famous people in the entertainment, sports and political fields have more in common than a photogenic smile and a career spent in the public eye. Many of the people who manage to turn their time in the spotlight into successful careers have degrees in communication.

Can Twitter Accurately Show Public Moods?

April 19, 2012 coms 0

A study from the University of Bristol’s Intelligent Systems Laboratory indicates that posts from Twitter users can serve as an accurate indicator of overall public opinion. Researchers monitored keywords in random tweets from July of 2009 to January of 2012, tracking 140-character messages from nearly 10 million users to monitor public moods in the UK.