Marilee Morrow

Associate Professor
MA-Communication Studies, West Virginia University (2001); BS-Communications, Ohio University (1991)
Year Appointed
Fall 2016
  • Media Production
  • Multimedia Foundation


Research Interests:
International media systems, ownership, regulation and cultural policy; advances in television/radio technology and application in industry; media legal/ethical frameworks; impact of the Olympic Games on broadcast technology, staffing, processes/workflows, content and perceptions of quality; the genres of and comparative analysis of global news coverage; practice of media production

Recent Publications:
“MomsEveryday,” freelance write, produce and host special, two-minute-long television interview segments, which play each weekday morning, Gray Television, Mid-Ohio Valley NBC affiliate WTAP-TV (and related Web content), fall 2010 to present
First Place Award, MomsEveryday series (with Larry White and Jason Rittenhouse), The National Broadcasting Society and Alpha Epsilon Rho Professional Production Competition exhibition session, Atlanta, Ga., March 2015
Visiting Professor, summer workshop/class, “Best Practices for Professional Success: Effective Communication Strategies and Tactics for Western Environments, The University of International Relations, Beijing, China, June 2014
“Korographics Printable Digital Wallcovering Media,” Korographics training video, voice over update and graphics updates/rebranding, May/June 2014
“Best Practices for Broadcasters: Effective Communication Behaviors for Western Audiences (geared toward non-Western participants),” East-West Center, International Media Conference, Challenges of a Free Press, Yangon, Myanmar, March 10-12, 2014
“What Makes The Chinese Media Market Different And Related Issues?” Media Studies Capstone Presentation, Oct. 2013