Title: Open line
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Creator: College of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida
Publisher: College of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: March 8, 2004
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Communications March 8, 20041

March 8-13: Spring Break
March 11-14: International
Public Relations Research
Conference in Miami
March 23: College of Journalism
and Communications Spring
Job and Internship Fair.
March 3-24: Journalism Advisory
March 24-25: Telecommunica-
tion Advisory Council


'Play it Again Sam'
among several presentations
Amanda Reid, a doctoral student,
will present "Play
it Again Sam:
Sound Recording
Complement as an
Restraint on Free
Speech" April 3 at
the conference
Freedom of Speech Reid
Division: Southern States Communica-
tion Association in Tampa.
Doctoral students Byenghee Chang
and Eyun-Jung Ki
will present "A
longitudinal Analy-
sis of M&A Patterns
of Broadcasting
Companies in U.S.:
Comparison of
Firms Acquiring
and Acquired" April
18 at the Broadcast-
ing Education Association in Las

March 25-26: Public Relations
Advisory Council
March 27-28: Beginners Flash
Workshop, Weimer Hall 3024,
April 14: Annual Awards

Sylvia M. Chan-Olmsted and
Goro Oba, a doctoral student, will
present "The Development of Cable
Television in East
Asian Countries:
A comparative
Analysis of
Determinants" at
Division of the
Broadcast Educa-
tion Association j
Conference April Chan-Olmsted
Sylvia will present "Globalization
through Partnerships: Examining
Cross-Border Acquisitions and
International Joint Ventures in the
World Media Markets" at the sixth
World Media Economics Conference
in Montreal May 12-15.
Her article "Radio Business on the
World Wide Web: Comparing the
Online Content of Streaming Terres-
trial and Internet-Based Radio Sta-
tions in the United States," co-written
by Wen Ren, will run in the Journal
of Radio Studies this summer.

College moves into second
place in Hearst photo
Scoring two Top 10 finishes
recently in the second round of the
Hearst photo competition, the
College moved into second place
behind Western Kentucky.
Senior Daron Dean finished
fourth in news/sports and senior
Greg Undeen finished eighth in the
same category.
Dean qualified as one of 12 semi-
finalists and has a chance to make
the shoot-out in San Francisco
following full portfolio evaluations
in May.
He won $750 and Undeen won
$500, with matching funds going to
the department.


10 and counting
Donna Rivera recently received
her 10 year
service pin from
the University.
Amy Gorin,
student, was
recently named a
2004 ASME
summer intern.
She was one of 34
students chosen out of 199 appli-
cants nationwide. The American
Society of Magazine Editors will
place her at a national magazine in
New York or Washington, D.C.


Faculty, staff, bring home gold, silver recognition
College faculty and staff won several ADDY Awards in the 2004 AAF District Four (Gainesville Advertising
Linda Correll won two gold ADDYs, one with Elaine Wagner and one with Rachel Freedman. Linda also
won two silver ADDYs, one with Rachel.
Amie Smith won a silver ADDY, as did Wes Skiles.

Students clean up
The College's advertising students recently won many ADDY Awards in the 2004 AAF District Four
(Gainesville Advertising Federation). They include:

Best of Show: Randi Zanville

Gold: Randi Zanville, Jennifer Novick, Andrea O'Brien, Jared Rubin, Annie Tankhiwale,
Phianh Nguyen, Heather Frank, Ashley Poser, Kimberly Read, Caroline Chen, Tia
Rasmussen, Colleen Oles, Ryan Dick, TJ McLaulin, and Deborah Duggan.

Silver: Shannon Poole, Elizabeth Remy, Shira Pinsker, Jared Rubin, Phianh Nguyen,
Courtney Rohlk, Annie Tankiwale, Jodie Rose Berman, Paige Schildkraut, Katie
Johns-Hupp, Alison Saff, Parul Lakhani, Lindsey Catanzarite, Angela Gautier,
Tawny Walker, Kelly Chaires, Neisha Tweed, Brent Farraro, Lynn Stewart, Guillermo
Abaya, Adam Rosenberg, Brent Ferraro, and David Shark.

John Kaplan's father
was a patent expert
The College extends deepest
sympathies to John Kaplan, who
lost his father last week.
Ralph Kaplan was 84. He
received his doctorate in chemis-
try from Ohio State and worked
as a patent expert for DuPont. He
studied and passed the bar exam
in his 70s. He was writing a
chemistry research paper during
the past year. He moved to
Gainesville last year with his
wife, Ruth Kaplan.
"We thank you and the College
for the flowers in memory of my
father," John said. "They have
provided much needed cheer to a
somber week for our family."

Roy Mays dies
at the age of 57
The College extends deepest
sympathies to Della G Mays, wife
of Roy Paschal
Mays, MAMC
1992, who died
last week in

tor at the College and Mays
worked for the St. Petersburg Times
and the Gainesville Sun.
After moving to Williston five
years ago, he taught journalism and
English at Williston High School.


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