Executive divisions are responsible for (1) coordinating RPTF operations relevant to their area and advising the National Director on key priorities and needed resources, (2) developing and compiling public resources for release through the RPTF website, and (3) developing new initiatives to complement or support work performed by other RPTF units.
The Research Division seeks to build and maintain resources for scholars, students, journalists, documentarians, and others pursuing work in the history and culture of radio and recorded sound. The group’s objective is to encourage and facilitate the creation of new knowledge and new perspectives on these media and their development over time. The division also maintains an Advisory Committee on Transnational Radio Research that offers guidance on appropriate priorities and strategies for advancing work in this area.
Questions? Feel free to contact the Research Division!
|Noah Arceneaux||San Diego State University|
|Heather Birks||Broadcast Education Association|
|Catherine Martin||Denison University|
|Rick Popp||University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee|
|Alexander Russo||Catholic University|
|Amanda Keeler||Marquette University|
Advisory Committee on International Radio Research
|Alejandra Bronfman||SUNY Albany|
|Inés Casillas||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|Christine Ehrick||University of Louisville|
|Sonia Robles||University of Delaware|
|Michael Socolow||University of Maine|
|Derek Vaillant||University of Michigan|
|Ian Whittington||University of Mississippi|