Marquette O’Brien Fellowship hosts multimedia presentation on coal emissions in Mongolia

The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism at Marquette University hosted “Coal and Wind in China’s Inner Mongolia”, a multimedia presentation as part of a journalistic series on coal emissions in China and the United States. “We wanted to show how the US stokes the demand for materials made in China that rely on coal to … Continue reading Marquette O’Brien Fellowship hosts multimedia presentation on coal emissions in Mongolia

2 Reasons Two-Step Flow of Communication Theory is the Best Communication Theory

In terms of a favorite communication theory, I’d have to say that the two-step flow of communication theory trumps all others. Identified by social science researchers Paul Lazarsfeld and Elihu Katz, this particular theory states says that most people form their opinions under the influence of opinion leaders, who in turn are influenced by the mass … Continue reading 2 Reasons Two-Step Flow of Communication Theory is the Best Communication Theory

Writing is…

To me, writing is only simple in terms of definition. At its exterior, it’s a major form of communication, a way to express a thoughts onto a page. It’s a necessity, an important tool for life. It’s when one starts adding purpose to writing is when writing gains its complexity. That’s how it’s developed over … Continue reading Writing is…

Social Strategy Help: the Milwaukee Film Fest

The Milwaukee Film Festival hopes to be a locally beloved, internationally acclaimed film fest. Thus far, it has created a phenomenal foundation to allow it to happen. They have consistently acquired captivating, renowned films for the festival; have established incredible programs and events for the Milwaukee film community, and the social media presence is there. … Continue reading Social Strategy Help: the Milwaukee Film Fest