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Panel Organizer, Moderator, and Panelist, Redefining radio ownership regulation: Impact of the FCC's 2003 decisions regarding radio. Panel proposal accepted for the annual conference of the Broadcast Education Association, Broadcast & Internet Radio Division, Las Vegas, NV, April 2004.

Panel presentation: “Debating Cross-Media Ownership Limits.”

Chair, Media and Sport, Union for Democratic Communications Conference, Buffalo, NY, May 2009.

Chair, Competitively selected papers in free expression and First Amendment: In the context of the Internet, abortions, video games, and illegal immigration, Southern States Communication Association Conference, Louisville, KY, March 2007.

Chair, Division of labor, 32nd Annual Florida State University Film and Literature Conference, Tallahassee, FL, February 2007.

Chair, Communication policy: Contemporary developments, The Union for Democratic Communications conference, Boca Raton, FL, May 2006.

Chair, Media, technology and community, The Union for Democratic Communications conference, State College, PA, October 2002.

COLLOQUIA, EXHIBITIONS, AND LECTURES Conferences in Communication: A Roundtable Discussion, Colloquium with Dr. Art Raney and Nicole Cox, Florida State University, January 2012.

Radio’s Oscars: The Women's National Radio Committee’s Campaign for Better Radio Programming in the 1930s, Lecture, SISS Faculty Research Forum, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, Korea, June 2008.

The State of the Media Reform Movement: A Report from the National Conference, Colloquium with Andrew Opel, Florida State University, January 2007.

Resisting Explicit Content: Women and the Fight against the Commercialization of Sex and Violence in Radio, Colloquium, Florida State University, September 2006.

The Power of Independent Media: Tallahassee and an Emerging Alternative Voice, Invited Lecture, Florida State University, February 2006.

Political Economy of Communications, Guest Lecture, Analysis of Communication Theory (graduate course), Florida State University, 2005, 2008-2010.

Media Economics, Guest Lecture, Media and Society, Pennsylvania State University, July 2005.

How to get the most out of the TA/Faculty supervisory relationship: Rules of the road. Colloquium, Pennsylvania State University, February 2005.

Structural regulation, concentration, and democratization: A political economic analysis of the National Television Station Ownership Rule. Colloquium, Pennsylvania State University, September 2004.

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