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Miami Media Highlights Dec. 18-31

Miami Media Highlights Dec. 18-31

MSN Money, Dec. 29: How Meta, TikTok, and the social media industry are changing to survive
Matthew Crain, associate professor of Media and Communication, is quoted in this article about the changing social media landscape.

WCPO-TV Online, Dec. 29: From a packed Great American Ball Park to ‘Burrowhead’: 9 of the top Cincinnati sports moments of 2023
Miami University defeating the University of Cincinnati in college football made the list of 9 of the top Cincinnati sports moments of the year.

WOSU Public Media Radio Online, Dec. 28: Looking at the first year of legal sports betting in Ohio
Adam Beissel, associate professor of Sport Leadership and Management, is a featured guest on this radio program on the first year of legal sports betting in Ohio.

Dayton Daily News, Dec. 28: Miamisburg school using unique program to reduce classroom disruption
Deb Robison, director of outreach and collaboration for Miami’s School-Based Center of Excellence for Prevention and Early Intervention, is quoted in this story about the Ohio School Wellness Initiative.

CBS News, Dec. 26: Should you start with cardio or lift weights first? The best way to structure your workout, according to an expert
Randal Claytor, associate professor of Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Health, penned this article on health-related fitness for The Conversation., Dec. 25: Understanding why Beyoncé and Taylor Swift get compared
Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music, talks about Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, and why female artists are constantly pitted against one another.

The Washington Post, Dec. 20: The checkered history of the poinsettia’s namesake and the flower’s origins get new attention
Elena Jackson Albarrán, associate professor of Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted in this Associated Press story on the history of the poinsettia.

The Conversation, Dec. 19: Joel Roberts Poinsett: Namesake of the poinsettia, enslaver, secret agent and perpetrator of the ‘Trail of Tears’
Lindsay Schakenbach Regele, assistant professor of History, penned this article on Joel Roberts Poinsett, namesake of the poinsettia.

Cincinnati Business Courier Online, Dec. 19: Miami University names new college of education dean
This story is on Amity Noltemeyer, who was named interim dean of Miami’s College of Education, Health, and Society (subscription may be required).