Examples of the help we have provided:
On camera expert analysis for CBS TVís coverage of celebrity criminal trials.
On camera expert analysis for the A & E documentary on reality television, among others.
Quotes and analysis for the New York Times coverage of 9/11.
Live interview for WGN, AM radio, on the subject of the appeal of horror films.
Live interview with NPR radio on the subject of images of violence in Baghdad.
Quotes and analysis for the books such as Deciding What We Watch; Media Literacy; and The Evolution of American Television.
Quotes and analysis for articles in Premier; Readerís Digest; TV Guide; Newsweek, Time, Sports Illustrated, Hollywood Reporter and Ladies Home Journal, to name a few.
We understand and respect your deadlines.
We can usually supply you with a savvy on-camera expert on short notice.
If you are an East Coast reporter, hard on deadline, we will grumble if you call at 6 AM Central time, but forgive you if you donít misspell our names.
Contact us, we will help you. If you cannot understand why we should be so very gracious, perhaps this explanation will help:
All of us have been reporters at one time or another or still are. We know the terror of deadlines too, we also know the frustration of experts who are afraid of declaring an opinion for the record and we are eternally angry, ourselves, with people who promised to call back, but didnít...
Here are your contact points:
Snail Mail: Journal of Media Psychology,2 Sasamac Rd., Carbondale, IL, 62903
We look forward to working with you, believe it.
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