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Marilee Morrow

Marilee Morrow

Associate Professor of Mass Media, News Director/Sports Director, Director, Master of Corporate Media Program

Dept: Media Studies




Office: MASS 120

Degrees: Master of Communication Studies (West Virginia University), 2001; Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications (Ohio University), 1991

Year appointed: 1998

Professor Morrow is the director of the Master of Corporate Media Program and News/Sports Director for student-based radio and television broadcasts at Marietta College. In addition to teaching a variety of mass media courses for undergraduate and graduate students, Morrow conducts international study tours, takes students to professional association conventions in a number of cities around the U.S., and has presented specialized workshops as well as her academic research at conferences, conventions and educational institutions around the world. Morrow also serves as faculty advisor for the Marietta College chapter of The National Broadcasting Society (and its honorary, Alpha Epsilon Rho) and as an elected national officer for the organization.

Over her career, Morrow has served in a variety of on and off-air roles: Award winning senior television news/documentary producer, talk show producer and announcer, free-lance writer and producer, supervisor of studio production for NFL radio broadcasts, and continuity and production director of major market radio and television stations in Ohio and West Virginia. Morrow's work has been recognized nationally with awards such as an Associated Press Best Documentary Award and a National Broadcasting Society Professional Electronic Media Award. Morrow, also owns Morton Media and Marketing, a broadcast consulting agency.

Her classification as a Human Communication and Media/Technical Communications Specialist stems from her years of professional experience, her Masters Degree in Corporate and Organizational Communication from West Virginia University, and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Telecommunications from Ohio University.