Media & Faith Conference : Speakers | Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • Media & Faith: New Beginnings

    Franciscan University Communication Arts Conference: April 11-12, 2014

    Speakers for the Media and Faith Conference

    • Marianna Alacchi – Screen Actors Guild member
    • Andy Bonjour – creative director of video production, Franciscan University of Steubenville
    • Keith Corso – associate professor, Westminster College
    • Jim Coyle – associate professor, Franciscan University of Steubenville
    • David DeWolf – founder and CEO of 3Pillar Global, a company that builds software products for media and informational business
    • Jim Emmerling – president, Em-Media advertising and marketing agency
    • Eugene Gan – associate professor, Franciscan University of Steubenville
    • Paul Giannamore – copy editor and online columnist, Steubenville Herald Star
    • Mary Lou Jones – copywriter/producer, WOGH Froggy 103.5 FM
    • Doug Keck – president, EWTN, and host of "EWTN Bookmark."
    • Terry Mattingly – director: Washington Journalism Center; blogger, GetReligion
    • Amanda Melefsky – showrunner/producer, DeSales Media Group
    • Jake Moore – audio engineer and radio programming specialist, Lighthouse Catholic Media
    • Dino Orsatti – morning-show host/producer at WCDK-FM, 106.3 The River
    • Ann Rodgers – communications director, Diocese of Pittsburgh; former religion reporter for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and member of Religion Newswriters Association
    • David Schaefer – professor, Franciscan University of Steubenville
    • Tom Sofio – associate director, Public Relations, Franciscan University of Steubenville
    •  Cris Taylor – casting director and adjunct professor in communication and film
    • Matt Wieglos – executive producer, manager of media productions, Franciscan Media
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