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Monday, April 13 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Scholar-to-Scholar Research Presentations (Part II)

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BEA introduces the next generation of research presentations with this non-poster poster session.  Special thanks to LG for providing BEA with the opportunity to take research presentations to the next level.

Management, Marketing & Programming Paper Presentations
Gwangjae Kim, Hanyangcyber University; Sora Park, University of Canberra & Seung-hyeok Baek, Korea Creative Content Agency; Profit Sharing and Issues of Conflict Among Stakeholders in the Korean Television Market: A Delphi Study on Content Providers and Distributors

David Sedman, Southern Methodist University; Television Parts: Television Segments Value

Sports Division Paper Presentations
Jamie Litty, University of North Carolina – Pembroke & Michael Litty, University of North Carolina - Pembroke; Gender Bias on Ice? Content Analysis of Figure Skating Commentary in the 2014 Winter Olympics on NBCSN

Dustin Hahn, West Texas A&M University & Glenn Cummins, Texas Tech University; Exciting Plays and Boring Numbers: Examining the Role of Fanship, Exemplar, and Time Perception and Recall Accuracy

Eric Nehm, Kansas State University; What the People Want: Broadcaster Perceptions of Advanced Statistics in Baseball Broadcasts

News Division Paper Presentations
1st Place Debut – News Paper Competition:
Adrienne Garvey, Regent University; A Witness to History: The Emotional Toll on Journalists Who Witnessed the Suicide of Budd Dwyer

Michel M. Haigh, Pennsylvania State University;    Substantive vs Hype: Comparing Broadcast News and Comedy Show Sound bites, Visuals, and Audio During the 2012 Presidential Election

Documentary Division Paper Presentation
Documentary Paper Competition Winner:
Julia E. Largent, Bowling Green State University; Recording One Day in Your Life: An Exploration of Two User-Submitted Documentaries

Monday April 13, 2015 11:30am - 12:45pm PDT
Exhibit Hall - Pavilions 4-8

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