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Browsh, Jared Bahir Scholar In Residence

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Research

research overview

  • Dr. Browsh specializes in issues connected to political economics of the media, particular as it pertains to the media system in the United States throughout history. He also examines issues of representation connected to media ownership and policy, especially in television and animated content. His current focus is the history of the popular animation studio Hanna-Barbera.

keywords

  • Animation, Cartoons, Media History, Television History, Animation History, Media Ownership, Media Policy, Media Law, Radio, Public Media, Campus Media

Publications

selected publications

Teaching

courses taught

  • JRNL 3221 - History of Digital Journalism Explores the history, economics and traditions of digital technologies. Addresses the interaction between digital technologies, culture and economy with particular emphasis on the effects on digital journalism. Concludes with a focus on how these concepts are embraced by new journalism market models. (Spring 2019 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 3614 - Principles of Audio Production Introduces audio production techniques using digital technologies. Students learn to apply fundamental principles to create professional radio and online programs including podcasting. (Spring 2019 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 3651 - Media Law and Ethics Studies state and federal laws and court decisions that affect the media in order to develop knowledge of media rights and responsibilities and an understanding of the legal system. Provides students with an overview of the theories, ethics, codes, and analytical models that are used in journalism, and introduces students to a variety of ethical issues that can arise in journalism. (Spring 2019 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 4931 - Internship - (Spring 2019 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 2001 - Fundamentals of Reporting Technologies Develops news-gathering skills for work in news enterprises. Students learn skills for working with technologies used in news reporting and in storytelling for various media formats. Students are introduced to a range of technologies for recording, editing and producing. (Fall 2018 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 3614 - Principles of Audio Production Introduces audio production techniques using digital technologies. Students learn to apply fundamental principles to create professional radio and online programs including podcasting. (Fall 2018 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 4562 - Digital Journalism Builds upon digital production skills through the creation of multimedia project. Applies media theory to evaluate digital media content and explore how digital forms influence the news industry, politics, culture and society. Same as JRNL 5562. (Fall 2018 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 5562 - Digital Journalism Builds upon digital production skills through the creation of multimedia project. Applies media theory to evaluate digital media content and explore how digital forms influence the news industry, politics, culture and society. Same as JRNL 4562. (Fall 2018 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 1871 - Special Topics for First-Year Students Special studies in media that are specific for first-year students. May be repeated for a maximum of three credit hours. (Summer 2018 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 2001 - Fundamentals of Reporting Technologies Develops news-gathering skills for work in news enterprises. Students learn skills for working with technologies used in news reporting and in storytelling for various media formats. Students are introduced to a range of technologies for recording, editing and producing. (Spring 2018 UC Boulder)
  • JRNL 3614 - Principles of Audio Production Introduces audio production techniques using digital technologies. Students learn to apply fundamental principles to create professional radio and online programs including podcasting. (Spring 2018 UC Boulder)

Background

International Activities

global connections related to teaching and scholarly work (in recent years)