Dr. Gregory Adamo

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Title: 
Associate Professor
Office Location: 
CC 339
Phone: 
(443) 885-1426
Email: 
gregory.adamo@morgan.edu
Website: 
www.gregory.adamo.com
Education:

Ph.D. - Communication, Rutgers University;
MA -   Cinema Studies, College of Staten Island/CUNY;
BA -  Speech Communication, SUNY Geneseo

Education:

Ph.D. - Communication, Rutgers University;
MA -   Cinema Studies, College of Staten Island/CUNY;
BA -  Speech Communication, SUNY Geneseo

Dr. Gregory Adamo, is co-editor of College Media: Learning in Action (Peter Lang, 2017) and author of African Americans in Television: Behind the Scenes (Peter Lang, 2010.) He has also published book chapters on "The Wire" and Baltimore and reclaiming the foundations of music in HBO's "Treme." Dr. Adamo has presented at numerous conferences including the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, the Broadcast Education Association, the National Council for Black Studies Conference, the Eastern Communication Association, and the National Student Electronic Media Convention.

Dr. Adamo has taught at The College of Staten Island/CUNY, Rutgers University, and Richard Stockton College. Dr. Adamo was General Manager of WSIA-FM for more than two decades, helping to put the last FM radio station in New York City on the air. He is an avid cyclist and hiker. He is extremely proud of his two adult children, Kerian and Colin. A native New Yorker, he now lives in Baltimore and enjoys walking to work. His web page is www.gregory.adamo.com

Research Interests: Media and race; the production of culture; entertainment television; media portrayals of place; and college media and experiential learning.

Teaching Interests: Media programing and audience ratings; women, diversity, and mass media; radio station operations; and media management.