Media Appearances

2019

October 2019

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on Columbia Journalism Review, “What happens when Facebook confronts an existential threat?,” October 3, 2019, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on Yahoo! News, “Social networks face quandary on politics in misinformation fight,” October 9, 2019, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – Quoted in AFP, ” Twitter to ban political ads worldwide on its platform,” October 31, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Featured on Forbes, “Michelle and Melania’s Shared Hell: The Role of First Lady”, October 7, 2019, (link

September 2019

Vigil, T. – Featured on Daily Beast, “Michelle and Melania’s Shared Hell: The Role of First Lady”, September 8, 2019, (link

Vigil, T. – Featured on Inside Edition, “Michelle and Melania’s Shared Hell: The Role of First Lady”, September 12, 2019, (link

Vigil, T. – Featured on New Books Network “Michelle and Melania’s Shared Hell: The Role of First Lady”, September 12, 2019, (link

Vigil, T. – Featured on Politico “Michelle and Melania’s Shared Hell: The Role of First Lady”, September 13, 2019, (link

Vigil, T. – Featured on The Kathryn Zox Show, “Studying The First Ladies”, September 18, 2019, (link

July 2019

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on The News & Observer, “After a year of weathering much change, WRAL solidifies lead in Triangle TV ratings,” July 2, 2019, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on New Scientist, “Facebook’s fact-checking process is too opaque to know if it’s working,” July 30, 2019, (link)

Guo, L., & Wells, C. – Quoted in BU Today, “Big data, big impact: What you read and watch is changing media forever,” July 16, 2019, (link)

June 2019

Cummings, J. – Research featured in The New York Times, “‘Screen Time’ Is Over,” May 31, 2019, (link)

May 2019

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on Vox, “Real Housewives is a product placement paradise. But fans say the series recently went too far,” May 10, 2019, (link)

April 2019

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on The Academic Minute podcast, “Native advertising,” April 15, 2019, (link)

Krongard, S., Tsay-Vogel, M., & Bie, J. – Featured in International Business Times, “How Netflix binge-watching can change your worldview,” April 21, 2019, (link)

March 2019

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured in The Brink, “In the fake news era, native ads are muddying the waters,” March 18, 2019, (link)

Krongard, S., Tsay-Vogel, M., & Bie, J. – Featured in BU Today, “Does binge-watching Netflix warp your view of the world?” March 6, 2019, (link)

Krongard, S., Tsay-Vogel, M., & Bie, J. – Featured on Boston 25 News, “BU study finds binge-watching may be influencing you,” March 27, 2019, (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Quoted in BU Today, “Brazen or cautious? Two approaches to social media,” March 19, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Quoted in El Mercurio, “Trump toma como triunfo el Informe Mueller, y Democratas exifen publicatcion del texto, March 26, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Quoted in the Washington Examiner, “Trump has more women as top advisors than Obama, Bush, or Clinton,” March 22, 2019, (link)

February 2019

Amazeen, M. A. –  Guest on the Flack Pack podcast, “Journo Spot Flop?” February 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Interviewed by BU Today, “‘Moms in Chief’ explores the pitfalls women in politics face,” February 25, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Quoted in Platform Magazine, “Navigating to safe waters in political PR,” February 14, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Quoted in the Washington Post, “Motherhood was once a campaign liability. The 2020 female candidates are making it an asset,” February 26, 2019, (link)

January 2019

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on Futurity.org, “9 in 10 people can’t tell sponsored stuff from real news online,” January 18, 2019, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – Quoted on Poynter.org, “Older Americans share more fake news than young people. But they also share more facts,” January 15, 2019, (link)

Cummings, J., Danehy, A., & Tsay-Vogel, M. – Featured in State House News Service, “‘Not just what your mouth says’: BU center goes beyond conscious responses,” January 21, 2019, (link)

Krishna, A. – Guest on the PRWeek Podcast, “PRWeek discusses the PRWeek/Boston University Communications Bellwether survey,” January 11, 2019, (link)

Krongard, S., Tsay-Vogel, M., & Bie, J. – Featured in Pacific Standard, “Binge-watching can warp your view of the world,” January 23, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Quoted in the Chicago Tribune, “Anti-semitism claims against Women’s March movement present tough call for Jewish women, other would-be participants,” January 17, 2019, (link)

Vigil, T. – Quoted in El Mercurio, “El enthusiasmo democrata adelanta la carrera para disputarle la Casa Blanca a Trump,” January 13, 2019, (link)

2018

September 2018

Amazeen, M. A. – Profiled in The American Scholar, “News or not: When native advertising blends in too well,” September 4, 2018, (link)

July 2018

Groshek, J. – Quoted in The Boston Globe, “Trump threatened Iran in all capital letters. WHY?” July 24, 2018, (link)

April 2018

Amazeen, M. A. – Quoted in the Daily Free Press, “3 Boston-area businesses pull ads from Fox News show after David Hogg comment,” April 4, 2018, (link)

March 2018

Groshek, J. – Featured speaker on Story in the Public Square, Rhode Island Public Radio, March 17, 2018, (link)

February 2018

Amazeen, M. A. – Quoted in the Christian Science Monitor, “Unilever’s gambit reflects advertisers’ role in cleaning digital ‘swamp,’” February 16, 2018, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – Quoted in OpenDemocracy, “The secrets of ‘Black Ops’ advertising. Who is paying for our news?” February 8, 2018, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – Quoted in Journalism Research News, “Only 1 in 10 recognized native advertising,” February 8, 2018, (link)

Amazeen, M. A. – “Content confusion in an era of fake news,” Truth in Advertising, February 7, 2018, (link)


2017

December 2017

Amazeen, M. A. – Interviewed on Boston 25 News (with Eric Rasmussen) about thousands of Massachusetts IDs stolen to lobby FCC against net neutrality, December 12, 2017, (link)

November 2017

Amazeen, M. A. – Featured on COM Talk, “President Trump claims the media peddles fake news. Has it made itself an easy target?,’” November 1, 2017, (link)

Vigil, T.R. – Johansson, Sandra. “Klyftan i Demokraterna Kommer Bara Vaxa,” Svenska Dagbladet, [Swedish online news], November 8, 2017, (link)

August 2017

Vigil, T.R. – Crichton, Alicia Tagel. “Trump Recibe Criticas de su Partido y ve Partir Asesores Empresariales en Polemica por Racismo,” El Mercurio, August 17, 2017, (link

July 2017

Vigil, T.R. – Leal, Lucia. “La Casa Blanca, Gairebe en Silenci,” Diari de Girona, July 9, 2017, (link)

Vigil, T.R. – Crichton, Alicia Tagel. “Del Gobierno en Familia al “EE.UU. Primero”: El Sello Politico de los Seis Meses de Trump,” El Mecurio, July 16, 2017, (link)

June 2017

Amazeen, M.A. – “Fake news has direct impact on real media, new research nds,” Medium (A BU Experts Forum), June 15, 2017, (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Featured on WCVB-TV’s CityLine (with Karen Holmes Ward) about the release of Wonder Woman and the increasing diversity within the superhero genre, June 11, 2017, (link

Vigil, T.R. – Efe (newswire). “La Casa Blanka Minimiza Sus Ruedas de Prensa y Planea Cambios en Communi- cacion,” EFE.com, June 20, 2017, (link)

May 2017

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Quoted in Toronto Star, “Wanted: Really good villains” (by Raju Mudhar) about the appeal of morally ambiguous characters, May 28, 2017, (link)

January 2017

Vigil, T.R. – Leal, Lucia, “Trump Ofreca una Vision Oscura del Pais en un Atipico Discurso de Investidura,” La Vanguardia, January 21, 2017. (link)

Vigil, T.R. – Efe (newswire). “Trump Anuncia ‘Movimento Historico,’: Nueval Presidentie de EE.UU. Mantiene Su Discurso de Campana,” La Prensa [Nicaraguan online news]. January 21, 2017. (link)


2016

October 2016

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Featured in BU Today, “COM Prof’s study sheds light on undergrad Facebook habits” by Michael Goldberg, about the effects of social media use on privacy attitudes and behaviors (October 3, 2016).

April 2016

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Featured in Now, “TV antiheroes like Cersei and Dexter enthrall us. Here’s why” by Robert Lamb, about the reasons we are drawn to morally ambiguous characters (April 2016).

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Featured in Futurity, “Why we root for characters who do bad deeds” about the reasons we are drawn to morally ambiguous characters (April 2016).

Tsay-Vogel, M. – Featured in COMtalk, “Allure of the antihero” by Lara Ehrlich, about the appeal of morally complex characters in entertainment media” (Spring 2016).