Ph.D. Ohio University, 1991
Office Hours: 8:15-9:45 a.m. MW, 2-3:30 p.m. Tu
|Classes Taught: Advanced Reporting (JOUR 4370), Law of Mass Communications (MCOM 3320), Media Administration (MCOM 5349), History of Journalism (JOUR 3350), News Presentation I (JOUR 3310), Multi-Platform News Delivery (JOUR 4350).|
Research: Lead author or coauthor of four textbooks, one textbook chapter and articles or reviews in the Southwestern Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism History. His book The Online Journalist has been translated into three foreign languages and gone through three English language editions. He has presented research and/or spoken on panels at conferences of AEJMC, NICAR, IRE, California Society of Newspaper Editors, SPJ, NetMedia, Asia Center for Journalism, IFRA, NewsWorld, National Consumers League, Nuclear Energy Institute, and other organizations.
Experience:Newspaper reporter, photographer, editor and company vice president (1970-88). Founding editor of FACSNET (1995-1999). Senior vice president, Foundation for American Communications (2000-03). He has provided educational seminars for reporters and editors of Newhouse Newspapers, Copley Newspapers, Reuters News Service, The Poynter Institute, American Press Institute, NASW, NCEW and other media organizations.
Leadership / awards: Randy Reddick served on the board of directors of AEJMC and chaired the Council of Affiliates 2003-2005. He chaired the AEJMC Newspaper Division 2000-2001. Reddick's news reporting and photography won state and national awards during the 1980s. Dr. Reddick was recognized by the The Poynter Institute for Media Studies in 1999 as one of the top twenty pioneers of Computer Assisted Reporting in the United States.