Darcey Morris is a doctoral candidate in Media Studies at Georgia State University. She has a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies from Georgia State University and a Master’s degree in Mass Communication from the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. Morris is currently writing a dissertation entitled “The Rise and Fall of Network Branding: A Case Study of Time Warner,” which explores cable network branding and promotional strategies in the post-network era. Her research interests include branding, media industry studies, feminist media studies and television studies. She has presented research at the National Communication Association, the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Flow, and Console-ing Passions, among others.
While at Georgia State University, Morris worked with Alisa Perren as the Associate Editor and Publicity Manager for In Media Res, an online academic journal for media studies scholars, and currently serves as the Graduate Student Representative for the SCMS Media Industry Studies Special Interest Group and the Web Manager for the SCMS Television Studies Special Interest Group. Forthcoming publications include an article on televisual representations of female sexuality in Communication Review and a chapter in the reader, Media Economies, titled “No More Niche – ‘Widercasting’ and Cable’s Broad Move.” Prior to her career in academia, she worked in public relations in New York City and Washington, DC. She is excited to join the public relations faculty at Towson University.
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