Dr. Amy Crawford

Professor

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Education:

•    PhD: Florida State University
•    MA: Indiana State University
•    BA: Miami University

Publications:

•    Crawford, A.G. (2007).  A universal speaking service: The role of Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in the development of national network broadcasting, 1922-1926. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 51, 516-529.
•    Crawford, A.G. (2008). The differential use of advertising appeals in radio and television coverage of Super Bowl XL: A content analysis. Feedback, 49(3), 19 – 28.
•    Crawford, A.G. (2011). Review of the book Sports Marketing and the Psychology of Marketing Communication.  The Journal of Communication Studies.

Research Interests:

•    Sports programming
•    Broadcast history
•    The Internet of Things (IoT)
•    Rhetorical analysis of popular culture

Awards:

•    2012 – 2013 Distinguished Professor of Service – Youngstown State University
•    2012 Faculty Fellow – National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
•    Media Insiders 2016 Faculty – International Radio & Television Society