Kellie Stanfield

KELLIE STANFIELD is an assistant professor of broadcast journalism and an executive producer at KOMU-TV. She teaches the introductory broadcast course in radio-television journalism, and oversees production of newscasts at KOMU. Kellie earned her Ph.D. from the Missouri School of Journalism, where she also earned a graduate certificate in online education, and her MA in … Continued

Brett G. Johnson

BRETT JOHNSON is an assistant professor of journalism studies in the Missouri School of Journalism where he teaches courses in mass communication law. Johnson employs traditional legal research methods as well as mixed- and multi-method approaches to study the social impacts of the rapidly-changing legal and technological regimes governing online communication. Johnson’s research is grounded … Continued

Ryan J. Thomas

RYAN J. THOMAS is an Associate Professor of Journalism Studies in the Missouri School of Journalism. His research program addresses the intersection of journalism ethics and the sociology of news, focusing on journalism amid processes of change: the forces shaping journalism, how journalists make sense of them, and how these changes affect journalism’s institutional obligations … Continued