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 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 Broadcast Writing and Reporting Print Writing and Reporting


Research Interests:

Podcasting College and Local Media Media's Educational Value Digital Journalism Media Perceptions 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.

  • 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.

Presentations:

  • 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. (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. (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. (2018)
  • Miller, Kyle, Wigdahl, Heidi, Jones, Renee. Multi-media storytelling -- Covering big stories by yourself.. Presented at the Midwest Journalism Conference, Bloomington, MN. (2018)
  • Miller, Kyle. Redefining college radio: Digital technology and organizational change.. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (2017)
  • Miller, Kyle, Myers, Cory, Hassler, Michelle, Quijano, Elaine. Report once: Publish everywhere.. Presented at the Midwest Journalism Conference, Bloomington, MN. (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. (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)