Faculty and Staff
Miles Romney, Ph.D.
|Department:||School of Journalism and Mass Communications
College of Information and Communications
School of Journalism and Mass Communications
800 Sumter Street, Room 328
Columbia, SC 29208
B.S., Broadcast Journalism, Brigham Young University
MPC, Masters of Professional Communication, Westminster College
Ph.D., Arizona State University
Miles Romney teaches in the journalism sequence with an emphasis on broadcasting. His professional experience is wide-reaching having worked as an anchor, reporter, sideline reporter, producer, radio host, radio producer, and coordinating producer in his career. He merges his professional experience with his active teaching philosophy to create a dynamic classroom experience.
Romney’s research focus is two fold. The first research stream examines the proliferation of nationwide talk radio and its evolution from a local function to a form of mass communication. The second looks at media bias in sports networks.
Romney, M., Johnson, R. G., & Roschke, K. (2016). Narratives of life experience in the digital space: a case study of the images in Richard Deitsch’s single best moment project. Information, Communication & Society, 1-17.
Romney, M. (2016). A Historical Examination of Interactive Overnight Talk Radio from the Foundations Established by Herb Jepko (Doctoral dissertation, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY).
Romney, Miles. "The voice in the night unheard by scholars: Herb Jepko and the genesis of national talk radio." Journal of Radio & Audio Media 21.2 (2014): 272-289.