Asma Khanom is a first-year doctoral student and graduate assistant at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Her research interest includes media sociology and an intersection of media management and journalists’ normative responsibilities. Journalism is an everchanging profession, particularly in the digital age and Asma wants to focus on how organizations fail to understand and adopt those changes, how management does not adjust and reform in line with those changes and that affects journalistic professionalism.
Asma is from Bangladesh and started her career as a broadcast journalist in 2007. She served as a broadcast journalist for over twelve years in several national television networks in Bangladesh and countries include Germany, and the USA. Both in the USA and Europe, she learned how a first world country’s newsroom function. She’s also a Fulbright Scholar of US Department of State. Before joining MU, she earned her second master’s in journalism from the University of Oklahoma. Asma obtained her bachelor and first master’s in mass communication from the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
She is looking forward to making connection between her professional expertise and academic exploration.
Refereed conference papers
Khanom, A., Gade, P. (2021). Nothing routine: Television news management’s response to COVID-19, organizational uncertainty, and changes in news work. Paper presented at the AEJMC National Conference (virtual) 2021.
Khanom, A. (2021). A new reality for broadcast newsroom management: Is COVID-19 another era of transformation? Paper presented as the top paper of Media Management division, AEJMC Midwinter Conference (virtual), 2021.
Hasnat, I., Khanom, A., & Steyn, A. (2021). Finding Nemo – Embassy edition: Locating the audience of foreign embassies in the U.S. Paper presented at the AEJMC Midwinter Conference (virtual), 2021.
Yetter. C., Khanom, A., & Gade, P., (2020). Digital News Work: Skills and Attributes Online-only News Websites Seek in their Employees. Paper presented at the AEJMC National Conference (virtual), 2020.
Steyn, E., Hasnat, I., & Khanom, A., (2019). You Can Be What You Can See. Paper presented at the SWECJMC Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Updated: July 1, 2022