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1 SILVIO R. WAISBORD School of Media and Public Affairs Media and Public Affairs Building, Suite 400 George Washington University st Street NW Washington DC office mobile February EMPLOYMENT 2011-present Professor and Director of Graduate Studies. School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies. School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University Assistant Professor. School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University Senior Program Officer. Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC Associate Professor and Director of the Journalism Resources Institute. Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Rutgers University Assistant Professor. Department of Communication, and Department of Journalism and Mass Media, Rutgers University Lecturer. Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. EDUCATION 1993 Ph.D. in Sociology, University of California, San Diego M.A. in Sociology, University of California, San Diego Licenciatura in Sociology, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1

2 RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES Books Authored English 1. Reinventing Professionalism: Journalism and News in Global Perspective, Polity, Watchdog Journalism in South America: News, Accountability and Democracy. Columbia University Press, Spanish 3. Vox Populista: Medios, Periodismo, Populismo. Buenos Aires: GEDISA, Duelo [Duel/Mourning]. Buenos Aires: Biblos, El Gran Desfile: Campañas Electorales y Medios de Comunicación en la Argentina. Buenos Aires: Sudamericana, Edited English 1. Media Sociology: A Reappraisal, Polity, (with R. Obregon) Handbook of Global Health Communication, Wiley, (with E. Fox) Local Politics, Global Media: Latin American Broadcasting and Policy. University of Texas Press, (with N. Morris) Media and Globalization: Why the State Matters. Rowman & Littlefield, Spanish 5. (with M. Petracci) Comunicación y Salud Pública: Enfoques para Estudio y Práctica [Communication and Public Health: Approaches for Study and Practice]. Buenos Aires: La Crujia, Articles in Refereed Journals 1. Communication studies without frontiers? Translation and cosmopolitanism across academic cultures, International Journal of Communication, forthcoming. 2. Three challenges for communication and global social change, Communication Theory, forthcoming. 2

3 3. (with T. Flew) The ongoing significance of national media systems in the context of media globalization, Media, Culture & Society, forthcoming. 4. Remaking area studies in journalism studies, African Journalism Studies, forthcoming. 5. (with C. Mellado), De-westernizing communication studies: A reassessment, Communication Theory 24 (4): , Where do we go next? Behavioral and social change for child survival Journal of Health Communication, 19: , A metatheory of mediatization and globalization? Journal of Multicultural Discourses, (with E. Coates, J. Awale, R. Solomon, and R. Dey) Successful polio eradication in Uttar Pradesh, India: the pivotal contribution of the Social Mobilization Network, an NGO/UNICEF collaboration, Global Health: Science and Practice 1 (1), 68-83, Media policies and the blindspots of media globalization: Insights from Latin America, Media, Culture & Society 35 (1): , Democracy, journalism, and Latin American populism, Journalism 14 (4): , (with M. Szurmuk) The impasse of the studies of media and culture in Latin America: How to move forward, Westminster Papers of Communication and Culture 8 (1), June Between support and confrontation: Civic society, media reform, and populism in Latin America, Communication, Culture and Critique 4: , March Can NGOs change the news? International Journal of Communication, 5: , Cuando la salud es titular: Dengue, gripe AH1N1 y ciclos mediáticos-epidémicos (When health is the headline: Dengue fever, AH1N1 flu and media-epidemic cycles), Folios (Colombia) 23: , The pragmatic politics of media reform: Media movements and coalition-building in Latin America, Global Media and Communication, 6 (2): , (with R. Obregon) The complexity of social mobilization in health communication: Top-down and bottom-up experiences in polio eradication, Journal of Health Communication 15 (1): 25-47,

4 17. (lead author, with E. Ogden, L. Shimp, and C. Morry) Communication for polio eradication: Improving the quality of communication programming through real-time monitoring and evaluation, Journal of Health Communication, 15 (1): 9-24, Participatory communication for tuberculosis control in prisons in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Paraguay, Pan American Journal of Public Health, 27 (3): , (with E. Peruzzotti) The environmental story that wasn t: Advocacy, journalism, and the asambleismo movement in Argentina, Media, Culture & Society, 31(4): , Research directions for global journalism studies: Ideas from Latin America, Journalism, 10 (3), The institutional challenges of participatory communication in international aid, Social Identities, 14 (4): , (with T. Michaelides and M. Rasmuson) Communication and social capital in the control of avian influenza: Lessons from behaviour change experiences in the Mekong region, Global Public Health 3(2): , Beyond the medical-informational model: Recasting the role of communication in tuberculosis control, Social Science & Medicine 65(10): , Missed opportunities: Communication in the Polio Eradication Initiative, Communication for Development and Social Change, 1 (2): , Democratic journalism and statelessness, Political Communication, 24: , When training is insufficient: Reflections on capacity development in health promotion in Peru, Health Promotion International, 21(3): , McTV: Understanding the global popularity of television formats, Television and New Media, 5 (4): , Re-published in Horace Newcomb ed., Television: A Critical View, 8 th edition, Oxford University Press, 2006; McTv. Bidrag til en forståelse af tv-formaternes globale popularitet, MedieKultur (Sweden) 39: Scandals, media, and citizenship in contemporary Argentina, American Behavioral Scientist, 47: , (with H. Tumber) Introduction: Political scandals and media across democracies, American Behavioral Scientist, 47: , ,

5 30. Cinco idéias-chave: Coincidências e desafios na comunicação para o desenvolvimento, Revista Brasileira de Ciências da Comunicação 26, 2 July/December Republished Five Key Ideas: Coincidences and Challenges in Development Communication, in Thomas Tufte and Oscar Hemer eds., Media & Glocal Change: Rethinking Communication for Development. Nordicom and CLACSO, Antipress violence and the crisis of the state, Harvard International Journal Press/Politics, 7 (3): , The challenges of investigative journalism, University of Miami Law Journal, 56 (1): , Introduction: Journalism and new technologies, Journalism (2) 2: , August The ties that still bind: Media and national cultures in Latin America, Canadian Journal of Communication, 23: , A Portuguese translation was published in Comunicação & Politica (Brazil) 6, 1: , January-April When the cart of media is before the horse of identity: A critique of technologycentered views on globalization, Communication Research 25 (4): , What s the online news? Digital dailies in Latin America, Electronic Journal of Communication, 7 (2), Can investigative journalism tell the truth? The modernity of journalism in Latin America, Ecquid Novi 18 (1): , A revised version in Spanish Nada mas que la verdad? Periodismo fiscalizador, investigación y modernidad [Only the Truth? Watchdog Journalism, Investigation and Modernity] published in Diálogos de la Comunicación, 51: 47-59, Lima, Perú. 38. The narrative of exposes in South American journalism: Telling the story of Collorgate, Gazette: The International Journal for Communication Studies, 59 (3): , Investigative journalism and political accountability in South American democracies, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 13: , Leviathan dreams: State and broadcasting in Latin America, The Communication Review 1 (2): , Farewell to public spaces? Electoral campaigns and street spectacle in Argentina, Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 15: ,

6 42. Knocking on newsroom doors: Press and political scandals in Argentina, Political Communication 11: 19-33, Spring Television and election campaigns in contemporary Argentina, Journal of Communication 44 (2): , Spring Politics and Identity in the Argentine army: Cleavages and the generational factor, Latin American Research Review 26 (2): 57-70, Spring Chapters in books 1. Professional ethics and journalistic performance beyond the West, in C. Mellado, L. Hellmueller, and W. Donsbach, Editors, Journalistic Role Performance: Concepts, Models, and Measures, Routledge, forthcoming. 2. Media sociology, in Klaus Bruhn Jensen, International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy, Wiley, forthcoming. 3. El optimismo digi-activista y sus problemas, in A. Amado and Omar Rincón Eds., Re-invención de los discursos de la comunicación. Bogotá: Fundación Ebert. 4. La mediatización de la violencia y la seguridad ciudadana, in Roberto Samar, Ed., Inseguridades. Neuquén: Universidad Nacional del Comahue. 5. (with A. Amado) Divided we stand: Blurred boundaries in Argentine journalism, in M. Carlson and S. Lewis, Editors, Boundaries of Journalism, Routledge, forthcoming. 6. The shifting boundaries of jazz and/in popular culture, in Toby Miller, Editor, Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture, Routledge, The politics of policy-making and the global turn in media studies, in Manuel Alejandro Guerrero and Mireya Márquez-Ramírez, Editors, Globalization, Media Policies & Cultural Markets in Latin America, Palgrave, Media advocacy, in Gianpietro Mazzoleni, Editor, International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, Wiley, Watchdog journalism, in Gianpietro Mazzoleni, Editor, International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, Wiley, (with M. Becerra and G. Mastrini) A globalized industry: Television regulation and ownership, In Toby Miller, Milly Buonanno and Herman Gray eds., Sage Handbook of Television Studies. Sage,

7 11. Introduction to Carlos Salinas Maldonado s A decimated Chichigalpa buries its dead, in Anya Schiffrin, Editor, Global Muckraking, 266, New Press, De-Westernization and Cosmopolitan Media Studies, in Chin-Chuan Chan, Editor, Internationalizing International Communication, , University of Michigan Press, Citizen journalism, development and social change: Hype and hope, in Stuart Allan and Einar Thorsen, Editors, Citizen Journalism, Peter Lang, The strategic politics of participatory communication: Where strategic communication and communication for social change (should) meet, in Rafael Obregon, Thomas Tufte, and Karin Wilkins, Editors, The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change, Wiley, (with F. Paulino) The development of Brazilian news and journalism, Lue Book of Global Media, Contesting extractivism: Media and environmental citizenship in Latin America, in Brett Hutchins and Libby Lester, Editors, Environmental Conflict and the Media, Peter Lang, Globalization, In Patricia Moy ed., Oxford Bibliographies Online, Political communication in Latin America, In Holli Semetko and Margaret Scamell eds., Handbook of Political Communication. Routledge, Models and bureaucratic imperatives in international media assistance. In Monroe Price and Susan Abbott editors, Evaluating the Evaluators: Measures of Press Freedom and Media Contributions to Development, Palgrave, Prologue, In Ricardo Thornton and Gustavo Cimadevilla Editors, Usos y abusos del participare [Uses and abuses of participare], Buenos Aires: INTA, Press and the public sphere in contemporary Latin America. In Pippa Norris eds., Public Sentinel: News Media and Governance Reform. Washington: World Bank, (with S. Jalfin) Imagining the nation: Gatekeepers and the localization of television franchises. In Albert Moran editor, TV Formats: Localizing Global Programs, Intellect, Bridging the press-civic society divide: Civic media advocacy in Latin America. In Ulla Carlson editor, Media and Social Divides, NORDICOM, A Spanish version, Tender puentes entre la prensa y la sociedad civil, was published in Comunicación (Venezuela), 145: 4-13,

8 24. News coverage of risk. In Christopher Sterling editor, Encyclopedia of Journalism. Thousand Oaks: SAGE, Periodismo y democracia donde no hay Estado. In Andrés Canizalez editor, Tiempos de Cambio: Política y Comunicación en América Latina. Caracas: Universidad Andrés Bello, (with S. Craft) When foreign news are foreign. In Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius and Angela Phillips editors, Transnational Media Events: The Mohammed Cartoons and the Imagined Clash of Civilizations, Goteborg: NORDICOM, Advocacy journalism in a global context: The journalist and the civic model. In Karin Wohl-Jorgensen and Thomas Hanitzsch editors, Handbook of Journalism Studies, London: New York, Participación comunitaria. In Mónica Szurmuk and Robert McKee Irwin eds., Diccionario de Estudios Culturales Latinoamericanos. Mexico: Siglo XXI, An English version will be published by the University of Florida, forthcoming. 29. Modernization. In Wolfgang Donsbach editor, International Encyclopedia of Communication, , In journalism we trust? Credibility and fragmented journalism in Latin America. In Katrin Voltmer editor, Mass Media and Political Communication in New Democracies. London: Routledge, Linking communication for campaign and routine immunization: In need of a bifocal view. In Muhiuddin Haider editor, Global Public Health Communication, Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett, (with M. Schudson) Toward a political sociology of the news media. In Thomas Janoski, Robert Alford, Alexander Hicks, and Mildred A. Schwartz editors, The Handbook of Political Sociology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Media and the reinvention of the nation. In John Downing et al. editors, Handbook of Media Studies, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, Re-published in Spanish in Lila Luchessi and Maria Graciela Rodriguez Eds., Fronteras Globales: Cultura, Política y Medios de Comunicación. Buenos Aires: La Crujia. 34. (with R. Zeta de Pozo and F. Ruiz), Los medios de comunicación en América Latina. In Carlos Barrera editor, Historia del Periodismo Universal, Madrid: Ariel, (with J. Deane) The other information revolution: Media and empowerment in 8

9 developing countries. In Bruce Girard and Sean O Siochrú editors, Communicating in the Information Society, Geneva: UNRISD, Media populism: Neopopulism in Latin America. In Gianpietro Mazzoleni, Bruce Horsfield, and Julianne Stewart editors, The Media and Neo-Populist Movements, Westport: Praeger, Republished in Portuguese in, Contracampo 28, Journalism, risk and patriotism. In Barbie Zelizer and Stuart Allan, editors, Journalism after September 11, London: Routledge, Revised and updated, Journalism after September 11 2 nd edition, , State of the media in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications, Interpretando los escándalos: Análisis de su relación con los medios y la ciudadanía en la Argentina contemporánea (Interpreting Scandals: Media and citizenship in contemporary Argentina). In Enrique Peruzzotti y Catalina Smulovitz editors, Controlando la Política: Ciudadanos y Medios en las Nuevas Democracias. Buenos Aires, Editorial Temas, State, development, and communication. In William Gudykunst and Bella Mody eds., Handbook of Intercultural and International Communication Sage, (with N. Morris) Introduction: Rethinking media globalization and state power. In Nancy Morris and Silvio Waisbord eds., Media and Globalization: Why the State Matters, vii-xvi. Lanham, MD: Rowan & Littlefield, Media in South America: Between the rock of the state and the hard place of the market. In James Curran and Myung-Jin Park editors, De-Westernizing Media Studies, London: Routledge, The unfinished project of media democratization in Argentina. In Patrick O'Neil editor, Communicating Democracy: The Media & Political Transitions, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rinner, Revised version of a paper presented at the International Conference on Media & Politics, Brussels, Belgium. February Latin America. In Anthony Smith editor, Television: An International History, Oxford: Oxford University Press, The market deluge: Privatization, concentration and new technologies in the Argentine Media. In Alan B. Albarran and Sylvia Chan-Olmsted editors, Global Media Economics: Commercialization, Concentration and Integration of World Media Markets, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, Secular politics: The modernization of Argentine electioneering. In Paolo Mancini 9

10 and David L. Swanson editors, Politics, Media and Modern Democracy, Westport, CT: Praeger, The mass media and consolidation of democracy in South America. In Philo Wasburn editor, Research in Political Sociology, Volume 7, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Articles in non-refereed Academic Publications, Reports, and Popular Periodicals 1. (with M. Becerra) Principios y buenas prácticas para los medios públicos en América Latina (Principles and best practices for public media in Latin America), UNESCO, Qué post-liberalismo? Liberalismo, populismo y comunicación pública, Observatorio Latinoamericano 14, Universidad de Buenos Aires, October United and fragmented: Communication and media studies in Latin America, Journal of Latin American Communication Research 4 (1), Qué sabemos sobre el impacto de los medios en el crimen? Boletín de Seguridad Ciudadana, Universidad de Tres de Febrero (Argentina), October Breaking up is hard to do, Americas Quarterly, Fall 2013: (with N. Morris) Nuevas direcciones para la investigación en comunicación participativa, Revista Mexicana de Comunicación, April-June Cambios y continuidades: La agenda de investigación de la comunicación política en América Latina, Austral Comunicación (Argentina), Out with the old? Media systems and political communication in Latin America, Political Communication Newsletter, 9. Media 1.5, Americas Quarterly, 6 (1), Winter 2012, Repensar la agenda de investigación en la academia globalizada, Telos (Spain) 90 January-March, Medios, fondos públicos, y calidad democrática en América Latina [Media, public funds, and the quality of democracy], Organization of American States, Switching development tracks? Commentary on Public Media and Political Independence: Lessons for the Future of Journalism from Around the World" by Rodney Benson and Matthew Powers, February

11 13. Regulating Hate Speech in the Bolivian Media: Underlying Issues, Jurist: Legal news and Research, 14. An All-Out Media War: It s Clarin vs. the Kirchners, and journalism is the loser, Columbia Journalism Review, September/October Profesionalización en debate [The debate over professionalization], Anuario FOPEA (Argentina), 22-23, (with J. Deane) How to use communication to make aid effective: Strategies and principles for Programme-based Approaches, BBC World Service Trust, Where is communication in the Millennium Development Goals? Media Development 3/2006, 3-7. Reprinted in Spanish in Comunicación (Venezuela), 137, The irony of communication for social change, MAZI, August 2007, 19. Communicating communication, Media Development 2005/2. Originally published in The Communication Initiative, February 7, 2005, 20. (with H. Larson) Why Invest in Communication for Immunization? Evidence and Lessons Learned. Baltimore: Heath Communication Partnership, Johns Hopkins University, (with G. Coe) Comunicación, periodismo, salud y desafíos para el nuevo milenio, Razón y Palabra (Mexico), Grandes gigantes: Media concentration in Latin America, OpenDemocracy, February 27, Family tree of theories, methodologies, and strategies in development communication: Convergences and differences, 2001 The Communication Initiative, Partially republished in Alfonso Gumucio-Dagron and Thomas Tufte Eds., Communication for Social Change Anthology: Historical and Contemporary Readings, Communication for Social Change Consortium. 24. Nuevas tendencias y escenarios futuros en el periodismo: Oportunidades para el periodismo en salud [New trends and future scenarios in journalism: Opportunities for health journalism], Dia-logos de la Comunicación, July 2001, Hasta la vista public broadcasting, Open Democracy, August 9,

12 26. El buen periodismo: Las contradicciones irresueltas del periodismo de investigación [The good journalism: The unsolved contradictions of investigative journalism], Contribuciones 2 (2001): Why Democracy Needs Investigative Journalism, Global Issues, April (1) Also published as Por qué la democracia necesita del periodismo de investigación, Sala de Prensa 32 (June 2001) 28. Entre bien público y bien privado: Definiendo la información en la sociedad de la información [Between public and private good: defining information in the information society], Reflexiones Académicas (Santiago, Chile), June A previous version was presented at the Asociación Iberoamericana de Comunicación (IBERCOM) conference, Santiago de Chile, April Industria global, culturas y políticas locales: La internacionalización de la televisión latinoamericana [Global industry, local cultures and politics: The internationalization of Latin American television], América Latina Hoy 25 (Salamanca, Spain) (August 2000): A previous version was presented at the Asociación Latinomericana de Investigadores de Comunicación (ALAIC) conference, Santiago de Chile, April Repensar la prensa en las democracias latinoamericanas [Rethinking the press in Latin American democracies], Problèmes d'amérique Latine. 31. La política del palo: Violence against the press, Hemisphere, 9 (2): 30-33, Spring Article also published in Pulso del Periodismo, 32. Latin American press follows Clinton scandal with fascination, incomprehension. Free, The Freedom Forum Online asp 33. What s in a name? The many lives of alternative media. Media Development 45 (3): 45-48, Campañas electorales en América Latina y Estados Unidos: Una perspectiva comparada de campañas [Election Campaigns in Latin America and in the United States: A Comparative Approach], Contribuciones 14 (2): , Buenos Aires, Argentina. 35. Promesas y dudas del periodismo cibernético [Promises and Doubts of CyberJournalism], Pulso del Periodismo (Abril/Junio) 26: 38-39, Miami, Florida. A Portuguese version was published in May 1997 in the online edition of Brazil, 12

13 36. Contando Historias de Corrupção: Narrativa de Telenovela e Moralidade Populista no caso Collorgate [Telling Stories of Corruption: Soap Opera Narrative and Populist Morality in Collorgate] Comunicação & Politica (May-August) 3, 2: , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 37. Escándalos: La Prensa y la Política en el Perú y America Latina [Scandals: Press and Politics in Perú and Latin America]. Argumentos (August) 27: 7-9, Lima, Perú. 38. A Sign of the Times: Television and Electoral Politics in Argentina, Kellogg Working Papers #190, University of Notre Dame. 39. Medios de Comunicación y Campañas Electorales [Mass Media and Election Campaigns] Doxa, Spring-Summer: 33-47, 1991/1992. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 40. (with H. Muraro and M. Petracci), La Industria Cinematográfica Argentina entre [The Argentine Filmmaking Industry, ] Instituto para América Latina (IPAL), Lima, Perú. Articles in newspapers, websites and other publications 1. Balancing Charlie Hebdo, freedom of the press and social responsibility, The Hatchet (GWU), January 22, Who speaks for public media in Latin America? World Bank, November 2014 https://blogs.worldbank.org/latinamerica/who-speaks-public-media-latinamerica?cid=ext_wbblogsocialshare_d_ext 3. Estados Unidos: La instintiva ilusión de la diversidad mediática, November 2014, Observacom.org, 4. La lógica amigo/enemigo, marca nacional, Clarin (Argentina), October 14, De la concepción individual a la acción social, El Mercurio (Chile), May 11, How Putin and his ilk are redefining democracy Big Brother-style, The Weeek Wonk, April 15, 2014, 7. The developing story of a plane puzzle, The Hatchet (GWU), March 19, El tiempo de Francisco, Página/12 (Argentina), December 18,

14 9. Contradicciones de una contienda retórica con objetivos políticos, La Nación (Argentina), November 3, Ironías comunicacionales del populismo, Clarín, August 14, Obama y Romney, el factor debate, La Nación (Argentina), October 26, Ética periodística, un debate necesario [Journalistic ethics, a necessary debate), La Nación (Argentina), August 11, El valor de las conferencias de prensa [The value of press conferences], La Nación (Argentina), April 5, Morbo con apoyo oficial [Morbidity with oficial support], La Nación (Argentina), February 16, La diversidad de los medios, los medios en diversidad [Media diversity, the media in diversity], Página/12 (Argentina), January 25, El poder de los medios [Media power], La Nación (Argentina), September 31, El error del periodismo militante [The mistake of partisan journalism], La Nación (Argentina), January 12, La irrupción del Wikiperiodismo [The rise of Wikijournalism], La Nación (Argentina), December 12, Book Reviews and Notes 1. Evaluating Communication for Development: A Framework for Social Change by June Lennie and Jo Tacchi, The Communication Review, 16: , In the Wake of Neoliberalism: Citizenship and Human Rights in Argentina by Karen Ann Faulk, Journal of Latin American Studies 45, , Posthegemony by Jon Beasley, International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, Negotiating Democracy, edited by Isaac Blankson and Patrick Murphy, Political Communication 26 (4): , Latin America, Media and Revolution: Communication in Modern Mesoamerica by Juanita Darling, Journal of Communication, 59 (1): ,

15 6. The Myths of Media Globalization by Kai Hafez, British Journal of Sociology, 59 (3): , Newsrooms in Conflict by Sallie Hughes, Democratization, 14 (3), , Media Power in Central America by Rick Rockwell and Noreene Janus, The Americas 61 (4), , Political Scandals by John B. Thompson, Contemporary Sociology, Social Meanings of News edited by Dan Berkowitz, Media Development, Communication in Latin America: Journalism, Mass Media and Society by Richard Cole ed., Media, Culture and Society 19 (4), Talks, Abstracts, and Other Professional Papers Presented Invited talks Keynote presentations International journalism studies, School of International and Intercultural Communication, University of Dortmund, November Conference, The Unlovable Press. Conversations with Michael Schudson, University of Groningen, June 16-17, Conference, Media and governance in Latin America, University of Sheffield, May IV Conference ICA América Latina, organized by ALAIC and ICA, Brasilia, March Conference, Horizontes de investigación en los Estudios sobre Periodismo, Universidad Iberoamericana, México City, February 28, Conference Beyond the Impasse: Exploring New Thinking in Communication for Social Change, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, January Conference Comunicación para la Paz, Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá (Colombia), August First International Congress of Journalism Studies, Santiago, Chile, June Global studies and political journalism, Congress on Political Journalism, Valladolid, Spain, May

16 Annual National Congress of the Brazilian Association of Researchers in Journalism, São Paulo, Brazil, November Family tree of theories and strategies in development communication. Meeting organized by the Rockefeller Foundation and the United States Agency for International Development, Bellagio, Italy, October Other invited presentations The political public sphere, Freie University, Berlin, November Foro sobre Medios Públicos, Canal 11 and World Bank, Mexico City, October Keynote panel, Qualitative Political Communication, Annual conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, May Goldsmiths College, conference Radicalism and Reform in Latin America, May Betwixt and between: Professionalism in Journalism, University of Tampere, January Reinventing professionalism, Høgskolen i Oslo, Oslo, January Media in Latin America, NOLAN conference, Oslo, November Experts meeting, UN Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, Rio de Janeiro, October Press freedom, press standards, and democracy in Latin America, Columbia University, May 2-3, Media systems, Catholic University of Lisbon, Portugal, April Threats and opportunities to the Business of Journalism and its role in Democracy, University of Helsinki/Reuters Institute at Oxford University, October Experts meeting, Carter Center, Americas Program, May Internationalizing International Communication, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, December Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age, series of five lectures in five cities in Brazil. Invited by Brazil s National Association of Newspapers, October Making Civic News: NGOs and Journalism, The Journalism School, Columbia 16

17 University, New York, March El rol del estado en la reforma de medios [The role of the state in media reform] Fundación Violeta Chamorro, Managua, Nicaragua, March Democracia y Web 2.0 [Democracy and Web 2.0], Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October NGO as gatekeepers, London School of Economics and the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, London, September Media and global divides, Plenary session, International Association of Mass Communication Research, Stockholm, July Media and accountability seminar, World Bank, Washington, DC, June The roles of the news media in democratic governance, organized by the World Bank and Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, May How journalism works: A research agenda for Latin American media studies, University of Miami, February (with E. Peruzzotti) The environmental story that wasn t: Advocacy, journalism, and the asambleismo movement in Argentina, Conference Media and Democracy in Latin America, Tulane University, New Orleans, (with S. Craft) Journalistic metanarratives in the cartoon controversy, Conference organized by CulComm, Oslo, December Theory and practice in development communication, Ohio University, Athens, OH, April Los medios en la lucha contra la corrupción, [Media and anti-corruption initiatives] World Bank Institute, World Bank, June Washington, D.C. Vision and Politics in Latin America, New School for Social Research, New York, April Globalization and Television in Latin America, New York University, March Investigative Journalism and Corruption, Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Managua, Nicaragua, September Políticas de Control Ciudadano [Politics of Citizen Accountability], Universidad di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May

18 Undercover/Investigative Reporting in the Information Age: Public Interest or Invasion of Privacy? School of Social and Human Sciences, City University, London, England, April Journalism and New Media in Latin America, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, New York University, November The Transformation of Civic Life, Middle Tennessee State University, November South American Journalism Education, Freedom Forum, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October II Colloquium on Communication and Cultural Industries in NAFTA and Mercosur, University of Texas at Austin, June Behind the Headlines: Ethics and the Media in the Americas, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, New York, April Media, Scandals and Political Accountability in Menem s Argentina, Roundtable A Fragile Stability? Politics and Economy in Argentina Today, Program in Latin American Studies, Princeton University, March Campañas Electorales y los Medios [Election Campaigns and Media], Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Santiago, Chile, April Building Cooperation Among Media Policy Research and Advocacy Centers, Bellagio Study Rockefeller Conference Center, Italy, Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy, Oxford University, November Periodismo de investigación y corrupción [Investigative journalism and corruption], Centro Latinoamericano de Periodistas, Panamá, Panamá, July Modernización y Americanización: Una Tendencia General de las Campañas Electorales de Hoy? [Modernization and Americanization: A Trend in Contemporary Election Campaigns?]. Campañas Electorales en America Latina, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Universidad de Lima, Lima, Perú, July Straddling Traditions: Watchdog Journalism and Professionalism in the Brazilian Press, Conference The Role of the Media in the Consolidation of Democracy in Brazil, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Washington, DC, May Repensando la Etica en los Medios Latinoamericanos [Rethinking Ethics in Latin American Media]. Presented at the Universidad Católica, Asunción, Paraguay. March Agenda for Press Freedom in Latin America, Freedom Forum International Division. 18

19 Washington, D.C., April 8, Democratizing Global Communications, University of Wisconsin, Madison, November Cultural Boundaries: Identity and Communication in Latin America, University of Stirling. Stirling, Scotland, October The Challenge of Citizenship: Journalism and New Technologies in South America, Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM). New York, June Refereed conference papers Between support and confrontation: Civic society, media reform, and populism in Latin America, conference of the International Association of Mass Communication Research, Braga, Portugal, The pragmatic politics of media reform, conference of the International Communication Association, Singapore, Media democratization: The case for political approaches to development, conference of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, (with A. Jones) Impact of real-world conditions on media assistance programs, conference of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, The professionalization of advocacy journalism, conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago, Operational models and bureaucratic imperatives in the global promotion of media diversity, conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago, Risk news and global health, conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, Misunderstanding communication: Reflection of the experience of communication programs in the Polio Eradication Initiative, Conference of the International Communication Association, New York, Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, Post-National Citizenship and Its Limitations: A View from Media Studies, conference of the International Communication Association, Acapulco,

20 (with Nancy Morris) Media and Globalization: Why the State Matters, UNESCO conference, Paris, June Reading Scandals: Scandals, Media and Citizenship in Argentina, conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May Nation-bounded: Regional Media and the Politics of Television Sports in Latin America, Conference of the International Communication Association, Jerusalem, Israel, July Latin American Television and National Identities. Presented at the Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Chicago, Habermas, Street Events and Politics in Public Spaces. Presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. New Mexico, LatinTVSpace and the Dilemmas of Globalization in the Americas. Presented at the Latin American Culture Program of the University of Pennsylvania, April Editorships, Editorial Boards, and Reviewing Activities for Journals and Other Learned Publications Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Communication, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Press/Politics, Member, Latin American Program Advisory Board, Open Society Foundations Guest Editor Communication Theory, Questioning Geocultural Boundaries of Communication Theories: De-Westernization, Cosmopolitalism and Globalization, co-edited with Claudia Mellado, Journalism, Journalism and new technologies, August Editorial Board member Anthem Press (Communication and Media Series 2011-present) Asociación de Comunicación Política (Spain, 2010-present) Austral Comunicación (2011-present) Brazilian Journalism Research (2002-present) Comunicazione Politica (2005-present) Conversaciones del Cono Sur (2015-present) Cuadernos de Información (Chile, 2013-present) 20

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