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Martin--Christopher R. (Communication Studies Faculty)

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51 Reality TV genre on its way out, says UNI professor
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
11/22/2004 Christopher Martin believes that viewers are losing interest in reality tv; thinks more shows like "Desperate Housewives" will be popular soon.
52 Faculty rewarded for dedication to education
Klein--Matt (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:14, p.1
10/15/2004 Six UNI professors received the 2004 Regents Award for Faculty Excellence; photo.
53 Six UNI profs receive Regents Award for Faculty Excellence
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
9/29/2004 Brief profile of each recipient.
54 UNI electronic media program brings home record number of awards
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
5/13/2004 Description of awards at the Iowa Broadcast News Association convention.
55 E-media students nominated for IBNA awards
Gross--Cindy Marie (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 100:54, p.1
4/27/2004 Five UNI students win awards from the Iowa Broadcast News Association.
56 Book by UNI professor finds bias against labor
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
1/14/2004 Communications professor Christopher Martin authored a book titled "Framed! Labor and the Corporate Media."
57 KUNI joins NHPR for pen pal program
Ellenwood--Jacquelyn D. (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 100:16, p.1
10/24/2003 New Hampshire Public Radio and KUNI form a partnership to increase discussion about presidential candidates; photo.
58 RIAA sues 261 for file swapping
Agee--Nicole B. (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 100:6, p.1
9/19/2003 UNI has policies in effect on the sharing of copyright protected materials; photo.
59 'American Bandstand' marks 46th anniversary
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
8/18/2003 Show changed way music would be marketed.
60 Internet site may change politics forever, says UNI professor
Public Relations News Release 2002:577, p.1
6/25/2003 Chris Martin describes activities of progressive Democratic website,
61 Relaxed media rules
Public Relations News Release 2002:563, p.1
6/9/2003 Impact of further deregulation media ownership.
62 Farquhar rockin' out to the sweet sound of success
Andresen--Kelli (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 99:54, p.11
4/29/2003 Senior electronic media major Lee Farquhar serves as general manager of KGRK; photo.
63 Kelly 'on the money' for next Hearst Lecture
Northern Iowan 99:50, p.1
4/15/2003 Kathleen Kelly will speak on "Society's Third Sector: Our Bedrock of Social, Capital, Civil Society and Democracy"; photo.
64 What's up
Northern Iowan 99:47, p.4
4/4/2003 Meetings and activities planned.
65 UNI's Amnesty International and Students for Social Justice host teach-in
Public Relations News Release 2002:430, p.1
4/3/2003 Faculty will speak on various aspects of the war in Iraq on April 4.
66 UNI experts available to discuss religion, terrorism and politics
Public Relations News Release 2002:389, p.1
3/18/2003 UNI faculty and staff members are listed that can talk about the war in Iraq.
67 UNI breaks into cable news media
Bartness--Brooke (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 99:43, p.1
3/11/2003 Television production class will produce news program that will air on UNI channel, as well as Waterloo and Cedar Falls channels; photo.
68 UNI couple 'professing' love
Bartness--Brooke (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 99:42, p.9
3/7/2003 Profiles of Professors Chris Martin and Bettina Fabos; photo.
69 Vowell slated for Hearst Lecture Series
Kirkpatrick--Tashana Nicole (Class of 2005)
Northern Iowan 99:35, p.3
2/11/2003 Sarah Vowell, radio show host and prominent author, will speak on campus on February 12; photo.
70 Music made legal
Public Relations News Release 2002:300, p.1
2/3/2003 Downloading music legally off of the Internet will be explored.
71 Women on TV
Public Relations News Release 2002:262, p.1
12/30/2002 Roles of women on television over the last thirty years will be discussed.
72 UNI professor says TV's quiet move toward adult content goes unnoticed by viewers
Public Relations News Release 2002:183, p.1
11/6/2002 Chris Martin says viewers react apathetically to increased sexual, violent, and graphic content on television.
73 Braley puts passion behind PST; UNI senior hits the small screen to promote Panther athletics
Cisco--Laura (Student--2001-2003)
Northern Iowan 99:18, p.9
11/1/2002 Senior Eric Braley directs "Panther Sports Talk" on the local public access channel as a part of his independent study project; photo.
74 Catch the newest wave
Public Relations News Release 2002:153, p.1
10/28/2002 Satellite radio will be discussed, including what it is and how to get it.
75 UNI students complete internships in Los Angeles
Public Relations News Release 2002:119, p.1
10/11/2002 Twenty UNI students completed 8-week internships in Los Angeles, California, through a partnership program with Emerson College in Boston; students are listed.
76 Hearst Lecture Series to bring Imagine Chicago to UNI Oct. 1
Public Relations News Release 2002:103, p.1
9/27/2002 "Renewing Systems from Within: Harnessing Imagination for Public Good" will be discussed by Bliss Browne on October 1, as the opening lecture in the 2002-2003 Meryl Norton Hearst Lecture Series.
77 Proposed baseball strike
Public Relations News Release 2002:39, p.1
8/19/2002 Chris Martin will talk about when the impending baseball strike will occur.
78 TV shows for the fall
Public Relations News Release 2002:9, p.1
7/15/2002 Chris Martin discusses the upcoming fall season of television shows.
79 Staying connected with cell phones
Szeszycki--Emily (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:52, p.13
4/23/2002 Only 36 percent of Americans use a cell phone while 50 to 75 percent in Europe, Japan, and parts of southeast Asia use one.
80 News with a 'tude
Public Relations News Release 2001:435, p.1
4/15/2002 Chris Martin will talk about why informal news shows, like Fox News, are so popular.
81 More movie-goers enjoying G-rated fun
Public Relations News Release 2001:414, p.1
4/8/2002 The new appeal of family movies will be discussed.
82 Shock value
Public Relations News Release 2001:388, p.1
4/1/2002 Chris Martin will discuss the new-found obscenity on television.
83 Can the Olympics bring home the TV gold?
Public Relations News Release 2001:266, p.1
1/21/2002 Chris Martin will evaluate the prediction the popularity of the televised 2002 Winter Olympics.
84 The game between the game
Public Relations News Release 2001:266, p.1
1/21/2002 Chris Martin will talk about the popular Superbowl Sunday commercials.
85 Is 'Millionaire' out of lifelines?
Public Relations News Release 2001:254, p.1
1/7/2002 Chris Martin will talk about the hit game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" and its future.
86 Making movies after 9/11
Public Relations News Release 2001:254, p.1
1/7/2002 Chris Martin will talk about the impact of the terrorist attacks on the film-making industry.
87 "Girls just wanna have fun . . ."
Public Relations News Release 2001:108, p.1
9/24/2001 Chris Martin will discuss the rise in the number of women on television sitcoms.
88 Careless coverage?
Public Relations News Release 2001:93, p.1
9/17/2001 Chris Martin will discuss the media and their role in covering crises.
89 UNI professor explains appeal of reality TV
Public Relations News Release 2001:58, p.1
8/21/2001 Christopher Martin gives insight on why reality shows draw audiences.
90 MTV marks 20th anniversary
Public Relations News Release 2001:26, p.1
7/30/2001 Chris Martin talks about how cable and satellite channels have changed our lives.
91 Too primal for Primetime?
Public Relations News Release 2000:307, p.1
3/19/2001 Chris Martin will speak on the idea of televising executions.
92 Transition to post-boomer pop culture
Public Relations News Release 2000:263, p.1
2/26/2001 Chris Martin will speak on the upcoming "Charlie's Angels" and "Scooby-Doo" movies and what they mean to baby boomers.
93 UNI professor debunks Super Bowl hype
Campus News Network 11:14, p.2
2/6/2001 Christopher Martin's paper discusses the inflation of Super Bowl viewership numbers.
94 Super Bowl viewership hype is likely not accurate
Public Relations News Release 2000:214, p.1
1/29/2001 Christopher Martin discusses the actual number of viewers of the Super Bowl.
95 UNI professor says Super Bowl audience numbers are bogus
Public Relations News Release 2000:208, p.1
1/23/2001 Christopher Martin talks about the research he has done on the greater number of people who watch sporting events other than the Super Bowl.
96 Christopher Martin
Campus News Network 11:9, p.Insert 1
11/20/2000 Christopher Martin published a chapter for the book 'Communication and Community'.
97 President????; voters, media ask: 'what happened in Florida'
Northern Iowan 97:22, p.1
11/9/2000 The election result between George W. Bush and Al Gore is unresolved; photo.
98 Niche Radio finds a home on the Web
Public Relations News Release 2000:135, p.1
10/30/2000 More and more radio stations have followings on the Web, according to Chris Martin.
99 TV spots are concentrated in Bush-Gore battlegrounds
Public Relations News Release 2000:96, p.1
10/2/2000 Professor Christopher Martin comments on the media's place in the upcoming presidential election.
100 Radio station leaves Earth for cyberspace
Public Relations News Release 2000:62, p.1
9/11/2000 Web-only radio stations are beginning to make their appearance.


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