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Snyder--Robert J. (Communications Faculty)

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1 Article injustice to Communication Studies department
Beall--Melissa L. (Communication Studies Faculty)
Northern Iowan 94:59, p.5
7/10/1998 Department members and others respond to the June 12 Northern Iowan article about censuring Jim Skaine for testifying for Robert Snyder in his tenure case.
2 Tenured professor reprimanded for testimony
Northern Iowan 94:56, p.1
6/12/1998 Communication Studies faculty members will censure Professor Jim Skaine for testifying on behalf of Robert Snyder in his tenure decision.
3 Ex-UNI professor seeks compensation for denied tenure; television comments regarding Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue may be reason for rejection
Northern Iowan 94:30, p.1
1/23/1998 Robert Snyder has filed a grievance against UNI for denying him tenure. Professor Snyder was involved with the student-run talk show "Sports Junkies" in 1994.
4 Jaquith: article "great injustice"
Northern Iowan 94:18, p.7
10/31/1997 Believes article was not full story.
5 Inciting violence over the airwaves?
Public Relations News Release 1994:446, p.1
5/8/1995 Robert Snyder worries that not enough people are willing to take responsibility and too easily "pass the buck".
6 Sports Junkies enter the interactive age
Northern Edition 3:10, p.6
3/29/1995 Program will feature live call-in format.
7 Meisenheimer no hillbilly
Snyder--Robert J. (Communications Faculty)
Northern Iowan 91:47, p.6
3/17/1995 Supports columnist's right to express views.
8 Sports Junkies taking over airwaves
Northern Edition 3:7, p.11
3/1/1995 Local talk show on cable.
9 Sports Junkies hits the ice
Northern Edition 3:5, p.3
2/15/1995 Will broadcast from Young Ice Arena.
10 Sports Junkies goes live on cable
Northern Edition 3:3, p.3
2/1/1995 Will take viewers' calls live on show.
11 Junkies interview linebacker
Northern Edition 3:1, p.9
1/18/1995 Sports Junkies interview Bryce Paup.
12 Keeping the cameras in court
Public Relations News Release 1994:211, p.1
1/2/1995 Judge Lance Ito's decision to allow cameras in the court room came as no surprise.
13 Sports Junkies hits the road
Northern Iowan 91:28, p.1
12/2/1994 Television show produced in UNI-Dome; photo.
14 Sports Junkies takes show on the road
Northern Edition 2:29, p.5
11/30/1994 Show produced in UNI-Dome.
15 The last day of the attack ads.
Public Relations News Release 1994:135, p.1
11/7/1994 Robert Snyder states attack ads help the candidates avoid the issues.
16 Go go power rangers
Public Relations News Release 1994:90, p.1
10/10/1994 Power Rangers is the top rated children's show on TV.
17 Sports Junkies back for another season
Northern Iowan 91:6, p.1
9/13/1994 Humorous sports commentary show will continue on public access cable station.
18 The Simpson-Lindberg connection
Public Relations News Release 1993:677, p.1
8/8/1994 Robert Snyder notes the connections between the O.J. Simpson case and the case of the missing Lindberg baby.
19 Greenback gossip.
Public Relations News Release 0:548, p.1
5/9/1994 Robert Snyder states that there are a dozen prime time TV programs vying for the same big name guests.
20 Felony fervor.
Public Relations News Release 0:445, p.1
4/4/1994 Crime is the biggest concern among Iowans.
21 UNI professor challenges arbitration decision
Mashek--Carolyn W. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 90:43, p.1
3/8/1994 Professor Snyder maintains that his evaluation files were used improperly.
22 If, at first, they don't succeed.
Public Relations News Release 1993:382, p.1
2/28/1994 Federal Communications Commission is making a second attempt in ten months to cut cable television rates.
23 Arbitrator rules in favor of Board of Regents
Northern Iowan 90:39, p.1
2/22/1994 Rules that university did not violate contract by placing certain materials in evaluation file of Professor Robert Snyder.
24 Arbitrator rules in favor of Regents in University of Northern Iowa case
Public Relations News Release 1993:365, p.1
2/17/1994 Regents win during arbitration in UNI case.
25 A super day for advertisers, too.
Public Relations News Release 1993:327, p.1
1/31/1994 Super Bowl XXVIII is an excellent time for advertisers to get their message across to consumers.
26 Superbowl spots
Public Relations News Release 1994:239, p.1
1/30/1994 Robert Snyder discusses the spots to be seen during the Superbowl.
27 UNI professors, students, deserve awards too
Judas--Jay Corey (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 90:25, p.4
11/23/1993 Awards dubious honors to faculty, students, and campus groups.
28 Grievance filed over academic evaluations
Northern Iowan 90:23, p.1
11/16/1993 Robert Snyder files grievance over materials, relating to Sports Junkies show, that he deems were inappropriately added to his evaluation.
29 Sources
Public Relations News Release 1993:143, p.1
10/25/1993 Women in business and the Children's Television Act are the topics for discussion this week.
30 Taking aim at the young and impressionable.
Public Relations News Release 1993:139, p.1
10/25/1993 Robert Snyder examines the Saturday morning television commercials aimed at children.
31 Sports Junkies: they're back and better than ever
Gutz--Ryan P. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 90:12, p.17
10/8/1993 Professor Rob Snyder and Scott Stackhouse, a broadcasting major, produce the T.V. show "Sports Junkies"; photo.
32 As in Desert Storm, this air war is being fought at night.
Public Relations News Release 1993:31, p.1
9/6/1993 Rob Snyder says it would be unprecedented if all five late night talk shows survive.
33 Rob Snyder
Campus News Network 4:1, p.4
8/30/1993 Robert Snyder made three presentations at 15th C-SPAN Seminar for Professors in August and published article on videotape library management.
34 Was Quayle right after all?
Public Relations News Release 1992:780, p.1
8/9/1993 Robert Snyder feels that TV networks are seeing more sex and violence in the real world and are showing that to the nation.
35 New small-screen standards.
Public Relations News Release 1992:741, p.1
7/12/1993 Robert Snyder states that the new rating of violent may make a TV show more enticing to some kids.
36 "Pay per View" takes on a whole new meaning.
Public Relations News Release 1992:729, p.1
6/28/1993 Video shopping is the wave of the future according to Robert Synder.
37 Rob Snyder
Campus News Network 3:16, p.5
4/19/1993 Will make three presentation for C-SPAN.
38 Some folks are getting shocked by their car radios.
Public Relations News Release 1992:503, p.1
4/12/1993 Robert Snyder says because of Howard Stern's enormous popularity, other "shock jocks" are cropping up across the country.
39 Speak up, Mr. President.
Public Relations News Release 1992:412, p.1
3/15/1993 Robert Snyder thinks that President Clinton in not holding press conferences to avoid the possibility of being stumped by tough questions.
40 Crossing the fine line.
Public Relations News Release 1992:366, p.1
2/22/1993 Robert Snyder states that NBC crossed the line between covering reality and recreating reality with GM pickup demonstration.
41 Student talk show makes a comeback; "Sports Junkies" in back
Nett--John D. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 89:40, p.1
2/19/1993 Show had been suspended for inappropriate behavior; production is now reviewed by committee of faculty members; photo.
42 Rob Snyder
Campus News Network 3:11, p.Insert 2
2/8/1993 Makes presentations; has chapter published.
43 Fishing for answers.
Public Relations News Release 1992:284, p.1
1/18/1993 Robert Snyder examines the reasons for America's fascination with the Amy Fisher story.
44 Fishing for answers.
Public Relations News Release 1992:276, p.1
1/11/1993 Robert Snyder states the fascination with the Amy Fisher story relates to the American obsession with murder, mystery, and melodrama.
45 Rob Snyder
Campus News Network 3:7, p.Insert 2
11/30/1992 Publishes article on teaching broadcast journalism.
46 TV legend speaks to UNI students; Harry Coyle
Mitchell--Julie A. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 89:21, p.16
11/10/1992 Television sports director Harry Coyle speaks to broadcasting students.
47 Robert J. Snyder
Campus News Network 3:4, p.Insert 1
10/19/1992 Will conduct sessions for C-SPAN.
48 Is television the cause or the effect?
Public Relations News Release 1992:86, p.1
9/28/1992 Rob Snyder states that television should not be used as a scapegoat for problems in society. The Dan Quayle-Murphy Brown controversy is an example, with television being blamed for escalating the problem.
49 Was Reticence retired sometime back in the eighties?
Public Relations News Release 1991:701, p.1
6/29/1992 Robert Snyder feels that the current trend for political candidates to present longer ads is positive.
50 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news are announced
Public Relations News Release 1991:616, p.1
5/4/1992 Topics this week include; Rodney King, Russian students graduating, spring cleaning dangers, and precycling.


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