Brandon Nutting is an assistant professor in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications who joined the Advertising and Public Relations faculty in 2016. His research focuses on the cognitive process of media, specifically, how media narrative influence perceptions of time. Nutting also focuses on the cognitive processing and enjoyment of sports broadcasts. His research has been published in Media Psychology, Mass Communication and Society, The International Journal of Sport Communication, The Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines, and the Proceedings of The Society of Psychophysiological Research.
Before joining the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, Gary Kebbel was one of the founding editors of USATODAY.com and Newsweek.com. Kebbel previously managed a $25 million fund for news and media innovation and currently conducts mobile media and social media trainings for the U.S. Department of State. He is also the creator of the national MobileMe&You Conference, which teaches mobile media best practices to students and professionals. News organizations, particularly those in rural areas, receive training from top mobile media experts. We discuss artificial intelligence and voice control, augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality, sensors, drones, mobile news gathering and editing tools, social media platforms and reaching the Hispanic audience.