Department of Journalism
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"As journalism moves from print and broadcast paradigms to mobile phones and tablets, tomorrow’s reporters must appreciate the differences between visual and verbal storytelling. Only by working with the tools of each medium can they internalize the software’s grammar, and only by repeated assignments in different contexts do they become confident enough to choose which medium suits their content best..."
Associate Professor Tim Riley has a passion for multi-media storytelling that stems from his background as an NPR rock critic and author. He has contributed to publications such as the New York Times and the Los Angeles Review of Books, and written acclaimed titles on the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Madonna, rock gender, and the life of John Lennon.?
In Riley's classes on Digital Journalism and Cultural Criticism, he emphasizes writing themes (governing ideas), audio and visual drivers (governing ideas in both sound and image), and the importance of understanding a story’s target audience. This philosophy extends to his role as Graduate Program Director for the Department of Journalism. "Provocative examples of creative multi-media storytelling abound in today’s digital media," says Riley, "where calculated icons and slick branding often upstage political content. The planets have aligned to create the perfect time to both practice and study journalism..."
Office: 120 Boylston Street, Walker 615
Phone: (617) 824-3883
E-Mail: tim_rileyemerson [dot] edu