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Christopher Terry


552 Bolton Hall

Teaching Portfolio


Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
B.A., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Courses Taught:

JAMS 142: Television and Radio in American Society
JAMS 360: History of Mass Media
JAMS 380: Legal Concepts in Advertising and Public Relations
JAMS 380: Digital Audio Production
JAMS 559: Law of Mass Media
JAMS 660: Current Topics in Digital and Electronic Media

Research Interests:

Media Policy, Regulation of New Media, Digital Copyright, and Political Advertising.

Selected Publications:

Terry, Christopher. “Minority Ownership: An Undeniable Failure of FCC Media Ownership Policy." Widener Journal of Law, Economics & Race, 5 (2013): 18-36.

Terry, Christopher, and Mitchell T. Bard. “Milwaukee Radio Public File Data,1998-2011: An Empirical Analysis of Issue Advertising After the BCRA and Citizens United.” University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, 24 (2013): 157-177.

Pritchard, David, and Christopher Terry. "Politiques publiques de communication et diversité de l’information aux États- Unis." In Pluralisme de l'information et Media diversity: Un état des lieux international, edited by Franck Rebillard and Marlène Loicq (Brussels: Éditions De Boeck, 2013), 61-78.

Terry, Christopher, and Mitchell T. Bard. “Citizens United, Issue Ads, and Radio: An Empirical Analysis.” CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communication Law and Policy 20 (2012): 307-321.

Pritchard, David, Christopher Terry, and Paul R. Brewer. “One Owner, One Voice? Testing a Central Premise of Newspaper-Broadcast Cross-Ownership Policy.” Communication Law & Policy 13 (2008): 1-28.


Professional Experience:

Radio Producer-Clear Channel Communications

Board of Directors-Community Media Center