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Kyle Miller

Kyle Miller

Assistant Professor

MEDIA AND JOURNALISM

UNH-151C

Phone: (605) 677-5477

Email: Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu

Website: https://kylejosmiller.wordpress.com/

Bio:

I am an assistant professor and The Volante adviser. I teach broadcasting, digital media and sports media courses. Previously, I taught journalism, media writing and media literacy courses at Northwest Missouri State.


Teaching Interests:

Sports Broadcasting/Journalism<br>Broadcast Writing and Reporting<br>Print Writing and Reporting<br>


Research Interests:

Podcasting<br>College and Local Media<br>Media's Educational Value<br>Digital Journalism<br>Media Perceptions<br>Sports Broadcasting


Education:

  • Ph D, Mass Communications, University of Iowa, 2017
  • MA, Communication Studies, University of South Dakota, 2013
  • BA, Media & Journalism; Communication Studies Minor, University of South Dakota, 2010

Licensures and Certifications:

  • CMA Adviser Certification Program, College Media Association

Publications:

Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions of the faculty member or discipline.

  • Fox, Kim, Dowling, David O., and Miller, Kyle J.. A curriculum for blackness: Podcasts as discursive cultural guides, 2010-2020. Journal of Radio & Audio Media, 2020. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/19376529.2020.1801687)
  • Dowling, David, and Miller, Kyle. Immersive audio storytelling: Podcasting and serial documentary in the digital publishing industry., 167-184. Vol. 26, Iss. 1. Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 2019. (DOI: 10.1080.19376529.2018.1509218)
  • Miller, Kyle, and Lubbers, Charles. I've graduated...now what? An outlook of employment opportunities in the mass communication industry.. College Media Review, popular division, 2014.
  • Miller, Kyle, and Prentice, Carolyn. A vital educational resource? A coorientation analysis of the perceptions of college radio in a Midwestern state., 79-93. Vol. 51. College Media Review Research Annual, 2014.

Awards and Honors:

  • 2020 Co-Recipient Journal of Radio & Audio Media Outstanding Research Articles Award, Broadcast Education Association and the Journal of Radio & Audio Media, 2021
  • Co-First Place, Open Category, Radio & Audio Media Division Top Paper Presentations, Broadcast Education Association, 2021
  • 2020 Journal of Radio and Audio Media Outstanding Article Award, Broadcast Education Association and Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 2020
  • CTL Course Design Fellowship, University of South Dakota, 2019
  • Certificate, 2019 College Media Mega Workshop Adviser Certificate Program, Associated Collegiate Press; College Media Business and Advertising Managers; College Broadcasters, Inc., 2019
  • Diversity & Inclusion Research Award; First Place, Debut category, Multicultural Studies Division Top Paper Presentations, Broadcast Education Association, 2019
  • Shafer Family Trust Scholarship, University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 2017
  • Post-Comprehensive Research Award, University of Iowa Graduate College, 2016
  • First Place, Debut category, Sports Division Top Paper Presentations, Broadcast Education Association, 2016
  • Multimedia Fellowship, University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 2015
  • Coyote Radio Student Advisor Excellence Award, KAOR-FM, 2013
  • Jim Burt Memorial Scholarship, University of South Dakota, 2010

Presentations:

  • Henry, Sandy, Miller, Kyle, Schiffman, Jeff, Kuban, Adam, Blackstone, Ginger, Deavours, Danielle, Smith, Suzy, Hallaq, Tom. The BEA Festival of Media Arts: Everything you wanted to know about entering, but were afraid to ask. Presented at the 2020 BEA On-Location Super-Virtual Conference, Atlanta, GA. (October 24, 2020)
  • Miller, Kyle, Chappell, Steven, Smith, Suzy. Sports storytelling in 2020: Best practices for your coverage amid COVID-19 and using multiple platforms. Presented at the ACP/CMA Virtual 2020 Fall National College Media Convention, Atlanta, GA. (October 24, 2020)
  • Bergland, Robert P., Miller, Kyle, Kirt, Alex. College radio station use of social media.. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Virtual Conference, San Francisco, CA. (August 2020)
  • Miller, Kyle, Curran, Andy, . Ask the experts: How to produce quality audio during a crisis.. Presented at the BEA Pop-Up Session. (July 29, 2020)
  • Miller, Kyle, Daggs, Joy. Framing the silence: Mainstream sports media's coverage of Larry Nassar, USA Gymnastics, and Michigan State. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2020)
  • Miller, Kyle, Vilela, Alexandra, Henderson, Keren, Sawyer, Caroline. #Ready? Preparing students for professional social media use beyond the classroom.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Virtual Vegas Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2020)
  • Loof, Travis, Miller, Kyle, Martin, Ciarra, Northagen, Paige, Bankers, Emma, Berke, Collin. Exploring audio-specific message sensation value in workplace safety PSAs.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Virtual Vegas Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2020)
  • Smith, Susan, Hefter, Abe, Suess, Steve, Schiffman, Jeff, Mullen, John, Miller, Kyle. On the air and in the classroom: Best practices for sports broadcasting production in your classes and student media outlets.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Virtual Vegas Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2020)
  • Miller, Kyle, Chappell, Steven. Expanding your sports coverage: Ideas for covering athletics in broadcast, print and digital sports media.. Presented at the ACP/CMA Fall National College Media Convention, Washington, D.C.. (November 2, 2019)
  • Fox, Kim, Dowling, David, Miller, Kyle. A curriculum for blackness: Podcasts as discursive cultural guides.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (2019)
  • Miller, Kyle, Shrader, John, Liguez, Lance, Cainion, Kahar. Beyond the broadcast: How to produce, promote and immerse your sports coverage in the community.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (2019)
  • Dowling, David, Miller, Kyle. Audio immersion: Podcasting and the rise of serial documentary storytelling in the digital longform market.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2018)
  • Miller, Kyle, Williamson, Jennifer, Brownlee, Jodeane. College radio's digital dilemma: Issues in leveraging online platforms for inclusive programming and organizational structure.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2018)
  • Miller, Kyle, Brownlee, Jodeane. Keeping up with the times: A case study of RadioFX and digital technology innovation in college radio.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2018)
  • Miller, Kyle, Wigdahl, Heidi, Jones, Renee. Multi-media storytelling -- Covering big stories by yourself.. Presented at the Midwest Journalism Conference, Bloomington, MN. (April 2018)
  • Miller, Kyle. Redefining college radio: Digital technology and organizational change.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (April 2017)
  • Miller, Kyle, Myers, Cory, Hassler, Michelle, Quijano, Elaine. Report once: Publish everywhere.. Presented at the Midwest Journalism Conference, Bloomington, MN. (April 2017)
  • Haman, John, Miller, Kyle. Thoughtful, but angry: Media narratives of NFL star Arian Foster's confession of nonbelief.. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, MN. (August 2016)
  • Miller, Kyle. East coast expansion, Midwest history: How nostalgic Big Ten Network programming analyzes the evolution and traditional identity of the Big Ten Conference.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (2016)
  • Miller, Kyle. The survival of local stations: Effects of television network non-duplication in the United States and Canada.. Presented at the Association for Education and Mass Communication Southeast Colloquium, Tampa, FL. (2013)
  • Miller, Kyle, Prentice, Carolyn. A vital educational resource? A coorientation analysis of the perceptions of college radio in a Midwestern state.. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C.. (2013)