My research is qualitative study on the changing dimensions of journalism. The study focuses on print, radio, and television journalism. The population of the study group is diverse in age ranging from the mid twenties to over sixty years of age. A common theme to discuss for this population is if they have shifted their careers from one form of journalism to another. I also interview at least one general manager from the local (Houston, Texas) NBC network to get their view of media management. Additionally, I incorporate content from interviews with professors who teach journalism at Texas A&M University and the University of Houston.
Media Management, News Media, Changing dimensions of the profession, Journalism
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Texas, United States
Dr. Rudy Soliz currently is the Division Chair for Business Administration, Marketing and International Business and Global Logistics for Houston Community College. Dr. Soliz has oversight responsibilities for these programs at Saigon Tech as well. Dr.Soliz’s career includes a combination of private sector experience as well as higher education experience. He served his country in the United States Air Force from 1971- 1974. Dr. Soliz’s academic expertise is in the area of Leadership, Organizational Behavioral, and Human Resource Management. Nationally he is a member of the Servant Leadership Organization. Internationally, Dr. Soliz has worked with SK Corporation Seoul, Korea, Sinopec China’s biggest refiner, and Monterrey Tech in Monterrey, Mexico. Dr. Soliz has published in the Journal of the Oxford Round Table Forum on Public Policy. He received his Doctor of Philosophy from Texas A&M University in 1997. RECOGNITIONS. Mortar Board Recipient University of Hawaii Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Education Dean's Roundtable, Texas A&M University, 2001. Outstanding Faculty Awards, Undergraduate 2003, MBA 2006, Our Lady of the Lake University. PRESENTATIONS. Building Partnerships in High Education: Opportunities and Challenges For The U.S. and Vietnam, Hanoi Viet NamTitle: The Role of Community College Programs in Promoting American-Style 22 Education.