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Media and January 6th

March 11, 2024

Media and January 6th brings together a diverse group of leading scholars to help us more clearly understand the relationship between media and the attempted coup.

Edited by Khadijah Costley White, Daniel Kreiss, Shannon C. McGregor, and Rebekah Tromble

Oxford University Press

Mis/Disinformation, Political Processes

Apple pie on a table with apples and blueberries

What’s in your PIE?

January 24, 2024

showcase the capabilities of PIEGraph to provide unique insight into the kinds of content users encounter on X.

Deen Freelon, Meredith L. Pruden, Daniel Malmer, Qunfang Wu, Yiping Xia, Daniel Johnson, Emily Chen, Andrew Crist

Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology


Gavel and scales

Data Controllers as Data Fiduciaries

April 7, 2023

Noelle Wilson and Amanda Reid examine two common regulatory models discussed in the context of U.S. consumer privacy law.

Amanda Reid, Noelle Wilson

University of Colorado Law Review

Political Processes

Platforms, Power, and Politics

December 1, 2023

How does the recent proliferation of digital media shape our approach to political communication?

Ulrike Klinger, Daniel Kreiss, Bruce Mutsvairo


Digital Infrastructures

Transparency reports as CSR reports

June 12, 2023

How can we understand the motivations, audiences, and meanings of transparency reports produced by information and communications technology (ICT) companies?

Amanda Reid, Evan Ringel, Shanetta M. Pendleton

Social Responsibility Journal

CNN Can Kiss My As$

September 6, 2023

Who in the United States consumes far-right news media, and what does this consumption mean for American democracy?

Andrea Lorenz, Carolyn Schmitt, Shannon McGregor, Daniel Malmer

Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media


Regulating Facial Recognition Technology

March 10, 2023

We analyze the regulatory patchwork used by state and local policymakers to govern facial recognition technology in the absence of federal legislation.

Evan Ringel, Amanda Reid

Communication Law and Policy

Digital Infrastructures

Whitehouse behind bars

Platforms are Abandoning U.S. Democracy

June 29, 2023

Bridget Barrett and Daniel Kreiss argue platforms risk repeating the mistakes of the 2016 election nearly eight years on

Bridget Barrett, Daniel Kreiss

Tech Policy Press

Digital Infrastructures

US Capitol building reflection in water

A review and provocation: On polarization and platforms

April 11, 2023

Is increasing polarization—the distance between politically meaningful groups in society—inherently bad for democracy?

Daniel Kreiss, Shannon C. McGregor

New Media & Society

Political Processes

Man observing a wall covered with papers

‘Do your own research’: affordance activation and disinformation spread

August 30, 2023

We explain how pundits, propagandists, and conspiracy theorists ‘activate affordances’ to validate their claims.

Francesca B. Tripodi, Lauren C. Garcia, Alice E. Marwick

Information, Communication & Society


US capitol building with protestors behind.

Social media policy in two dimensions

August 3, 2023

American public opinion on who should be responsible for content governance is complicated.

Heesoo Jang, Bridget Barrett, Shannon C. McGregor

Information, Communication & Society

Digital Infrastructures

Bronze statue of a blindfolded woman holding scales

Recentering power: conceptualizing counterpublics and defensive publics

June 19, 2023

What do researchers lose by failing to consider power when studying digital networks and right-wing publics?

Sarah J Jackson, Daniel Kreiss

Communication Theory

(In)Equity, Political Processes

Communication Studies, Political Communication, Theory