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ICYMI: Media Business | Samuel Dodge How Media Deals With Higher Education News

Media Business
March 14, 2024 1:00 PM


Tony Conley is a newer content contributor and show host for Michigan Business Network. To kick off his sixty-eighth episode, Tony has a three-segment conversation about news coming out of higher education in early 2024.

He welcomes Sam Dodge is the Higher Education Reporter for MLive/The Ann Arbor News,

Listen to Sam and Tony's conversation by clicking on the PodCast playlist below!


In their conversation Tony covered several topics with Samuel:

Topics coming out of Concordia University in Michigan and Wisconsin, then they discuss 'Standardized test scores soon optional for University of Michigan applicants'

'Faculty call for academic freedom, less harassment in University of Michigan resolution'

'These 2 Michigan universities have top-100 global reputations, per Times Higher Education'

'These Michigan universities have the best online programs, U.S. News ranking says' stories.

Samuel Dodge | sdodge@mlive.com.

Sam covers stories for Eastern Michigan University and other local liberal arts colleges. Through his coverage of University of Michigan, he balances serious reporting such as the Dr. Robert Anderson sexual abuse scandal and President Mark Schlissel's firing with highlighting impressive faculty, students and staff. As an investigative reporter, he uncovered a toxic climate in the Michigan hockey program, inequitable vaccine distribution at Ford Field and multiple examples of misconduct among faculty and multiple athletes. His work has been nominated for multiple Michigan Associated Press awards, most recently a feature on Michigan Center High School football's emotional run in the state playoffs after teammates died the previous summer. He also writes a biweekly food column Dish of the Week, highlighting the best food in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County. Formerly a U.S. Navy officer until 2017, he worked as a sports reporter covering the 2018 Olympics, as well as high school sports in Orange County for the Los Angeles Times. He graduated from University of Michigan in 2013, then after his military career, he earned his master's in journalism at University of Southern California in 2018.

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  • Samuel Dodge Bio
  • MLive

Media Business, hosted by Tony Conley. As a media veteran with more than 25 years of working experience working in television, radio, print, and social media platforms, Tony and his guests will explore the business of the media. Does the media care about journalistic integrity, proper reporting, making profits, telling all sides of every story? Is the media now an opinion based entity focused on its own agenda and do they favor sides? How does the media influence business and how does business influence the media? What are the solutions to the frenzy of Media Madness? Media Business will present all sides of these stories and let you decide.