Associate Professor Jay Newell placed the ISU Media Planning students’ research/think piece on the dramatically changing role of Iowa television in presidential political advertising on the front of Sunday’s editorial section of the Cedar Rapids Gazette (circulation 55,000).
The story links to a Greenlee webpage with photo and student credits, as well as access to the data collected by students.
“Big thanks go to the Cedar Rapids Gazette for giving the student work a home,” Newell states. “I hope we can find more ways to work together. I could not be prouder of our students.”