Graduate Symposium: New Russia and the not so new propaganda

edited-0333The Institute for International Communication invited distinguished Soviet dissident and journalist, Prof. Leonid Goldin to speak at IICM on Monday April 9th. The purpose of the seminar, ostensibly about Russian propaganda, was to contextualize for students the methods and underlying models of power practiced by contemporary Russian media. Continue reading “Graduate Symposium: New Russia and the not so new propaganda”

Media Capture Series Pt. 5: The Oligarchy Crowds Ukraine’s Media Market

mediacapture5In October, the Institute for International Communication hosted Dr. Marko Milosavljevic who discussed his cutting-edge research on media capture . A group of undergraduate students of International Communication reflected on the theme. 

Communism or democracy – which government body do you reckon allows more freedom in media? Continue reading “Media Capture Series Pt. 5: The Oligarchy Crowds Ukraine’s Media Market”

Media Capture Series Pt. 4: Media Climate in the Netherlands

mediacapture4In October, the Institute for International Communication hosted Dr. Marko Milosavljevic who discussed his cutting-edge research on media capture . A group of undergraduate students of International Communication reflected on the theme. 

Nowadays, disruption is prominent wherever you go; in technology, political climates, etc. However, nothing is more disruptive in the world than the media. Continue reading “Media Capture Series Pt. 4: Media Climate in the Netherlands”

Insights from Ericsson into 5G and the Future of Work

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On 22 September 2016, Ulf Wahlberg gave a live video presentation from Sweden to St. John’s students on the upcoming 5G mobile standard and the consequences it will have for our future work. Wahlberg, Vice President of Industry and Research Relations within Group Function Technology at Ericsson in Stockholm, joined the company in 1984 and has ever since gained outstanding expertise in digital mobile systems development. The event was hosted by the Institute for International Communication and arose great interest of students and faculty as Wahlberg spoke to an audience of approximately 150 people gathered in D’Angelo Center on St. John’s University campus in Queens. Continue reading “Insights from Ericsson into 5G and the Future of Work”