Jason Genovese, Ph.D.
McCormick Center 1213
Dr. Genovese is an assistant professor in the Department of Mass Communications at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications from King’s College (PA), his Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University and his Doctorate from the Pennsylvania State University in Media Studies. He has presented research at international, national and regional conferences and has also co-authored a book with his father, The Pottsville Maroons and the NFL’s Stolen Championship of 1925. Dr. Genovese’s research examines the contemporary state of sports television in the sports-media complex. In addition to issues concerning the sports media, he is interested in journalism, new media and cultural studies and has also explored research in sport history.
Dr. Genovese has experience teaching a variety of courses both theoretical and skills-based: Video Editing, Video Production I, Video Production II, Telecommunications Workshop, Radio Reporting, Newswriting, RTF Authorship, Mass Communications & Pop Arts, and Cinema Appreciation. Jason also has professional experience in radio as an announcer and in the television industry where he has worked as a producer in local television news and at Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia.