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About Tang Tang

Dr Tang Tang’s research interests include: convergent media uses and management, social media business models and marketing, usage and effects of new media technologies, leadership and career success, and quantitative research methods. She has published journal articles in the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Mass Communication & Society, International Journal on Media Management, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, Journal of Media Education, Journal of Sports Media, International Journal of Sport Communication, Chinese Journal of Communication, and International Journal of Business & Social Science. Dr. Tang is also a co-author of Strategic Social Media: From Marketing to Social Change. Her research has been recognized through top paper awards from the Broadcast Education Association and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Currently, Dr. Tang is the Chair of the Management, Marketing, and Programming Division at the Broadcast Education Association. She is also a NATPE (National Association of Television Program Executives) Faculty Fellow and received the Time Warner College Professors Thought Leadership Fellowship. In addition, Dr. Tang received several internal and external research grants, and was awarded the Distinguished New Teacher Award from the Ohio Communication Association to recognize her enthusiasm and effectiveness in teaching.


Present School of Communication, The University of Akron
Present Title: Associate Professor & Graduate Coordinator, The University of Akron

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