School of Journalism & Electronic Media

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION -- Enduring Standards, Evolving Media

JEM Faculty Publications

Faculty: Benjamin Bates

Bates B, Wells S. Driving Under the Influence: The Role of Policy in Media Convergence. In International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). Paris, France; 2007.
Bates B, Albright K. Network and Distribution Economics. In: Albarran A. Handbook of Media Management and Economics. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates; 2006. pp. 417-443.
Bates B, Harmon MD, Wells S, Gee C. Katrina and the Waves: College Audience News Information Seeking at times of Prolonged Disaster Coverage. In annual conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research. Chicago, IL; 2006.
Bates B, Harmon M, Wells S, Gee C. Katrina and the Waves: News Information Seeking at times of Prolonged Disaster Coverage in College Populations. In Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research Conference (MAPOR) 2006. Chicago, IL; 2006.
Bates B. Consuming Choice: Audiences and Added Value in Media Products. In Consuming Audiences Workshop. Copenhagen, Denmark; 2006.
Bates B. Value and Digital Rights Management: A Social Economics Approach. In annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. San Francisco, CA; 2006.
Bates B. It's Content, Not Media; Digital Networks and Redefining Media Markets and Products. In Oriental Television Forum: Media New Economy: A Conversation between China and the World. Shanghai China; 2005.
Bates B, Chambers T. The Economics of the Cable Industry. In: Alexander A. Media Economics: A Reader . Third Edition. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates; 2004. pp. 173-192.
Bates B. Searching for a Viable Copyright in a Digital World: The Social Economics of Digital Rights Management. In Internet Research 5.0: Ubiquity?, annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers . Brighton, UK; 2004.
Bates B. Online Assets: Using the Internet for Scholarly and Professional Broadcast Research. In annual Broadcast Education Association conference. Las Vegas, NV; 2004.
Bates B. Diversity in an Evolving Media Environment. In annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference. Kansas City, MO; 2003.
Bates B, Albright K, Washington KD. Not Your Plain Old Telephone: New Services and New Impacts. In: Atkin D, Lin CA. Communication Technology and Society: Audience Adoption and Uses. Cresskill NJ: Hampton Press; 2002. pp. 91-124.
Bates B. Copyright for Competitive Advantage: Using Policy for Economic and Social Benefit. In International Association for Mass Communication Research. Barcelona, Spain; 2002.
Bates B. Copyright for Competitive Advantage. In AEJMC Midwinter Conference. Athens Georgia; 2002.
Bates B. Copyright in the Web: Proposing New Paradigms for Copyright in Digital Media. In Third International Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Maastricht, The Netherlands; 2002.
Bates B. Evolving the Net as Media: Technology, Policy, and Implementation. In Internet Research 2.0, the Second International Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Minneapolis MN; 2001.
Bates B, Miller T. Copyright Reform: Promoting Creativity or Corporate Welfare? A Present-value analysis. In International Communication Association conference. Washington DC; 2001.
Bates B. The Economic Value of Media Websites. In International Media Economics Conference on "Time and Media Markets," University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain; 2000.
Bates B. E-Commerce: Policy and Research Issues. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. New Orleans LA; 1999.
Bates B. Building A Better Net: A Role for Universities in Maximizing Potential. In 10th Annual Conference of the Alliance of Universities for Democracy. Budapest Hungary; 1999.
Bates B. Reregulating Broadcasting: A Social Economics Rationale. In Crafting Media: Credibility and Accountability, an AEJMC mid-year conference. Nashville, TN; 1999.
Bates B. AEJMC and Electronic Publishing: Where Do We Go From Here?. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. New Orleans LA; 1999.
Bates B. Reinvigorating Fair Use: A Social Economics Approach. In Paper presented at the International Communication Association annual conference. San Francisco, CA; 1999.
Bates B. New Research on Broadcasting and World Wide Web. In Broadcast Educators Association annual conference. Las Vegas NV; 1999.
Bates B. Valuation of Media Properties. In: Alexander A, Owers J, Carveth R. Media Economics: A Reader. Second. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates; 1998. pp. 73-94.
Bates B. Going Global: The Economics of Transborder Television. In: Picard RG. Evolving Media Markets: Effects of Economics and Policy Changes. Turku, Finland: Business Research and Development Centre, Turku School of Economics and Business Administration; 1998.
Bates B. The Economics of Transborder Video. In: Lee PS, Goonesekera A. TV Without Borders: Asia Speaks Out. Singapore: AMIC; 1998. pp. 224-258.
Bates B. Cable and Transborder Video: The Benefits of Being Complements. In Academic Seminar at the National Cable Television Association annual convention. Atlanta GA; 1998.
Bates B. Research on Broadcasters and the World-Wide Web. In Las Vegas NV. Broadcast Educators Association annual conference; 1998.
Bates B. The impact of recent mergers and acquisitions activity and policy changes on broadcasting. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Baltimore MD; 1998.
Bates B. Going Global: The Economics of Transborder Television. In Media Beyond 2000: Media Economics and Management International Conference. London; 1998.
Bates B. Learning from the Evolution of Telecommunications in the Developed World. In: Lee PSN. Telecommunications and Development in China. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press; 1997. pp. 21-54.
Bates B, Chambers T, Emery M, Jones M, McClung SR, Park J. WebTV: How Broadcast Television is Using the World Wide Web. In 80th annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference. Chicago IL; 1997.
Bates B, Chambers T, Emery M, McClung SR, Murphy R. Soliciting Public Opinion and Public Comments: TV Stations' Use of On-line Surveys. In Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual conference. Chicago IL; 1997.
Bates B. Internet Research: Using Old Theories in New Ways. In 80th annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference. Chicago IL; 1997.
Bates B, King RE. Television and The Web: How local television broadcasters are using the World Wide Web. In Broadcast Educators Association annual conference. Las Vegas NV; 1996.
Bates B. Teaching Technology with Technology: The Net as Source and Opportunity. In Mid-Winter Conference sponsored by Mass Media & Economics and Communication Technology & Policy Divisions of AEJMC. Las Cruces NM; 1996.
Bates B, Chambers T. News and News/Talk Formats as Public Interest: Availability and diversity in local radio markets. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Anaheim, CA; 1996.
Bates B. Concepts and Issues in the Economics of Information and the Internet. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Anaheim CA; 1996.
Bates B. Reliability and Validity Issues with Phone-In Polls. In Media, Government, and Public Policy Conference. Syracuse, NY; 1995.
Bates B. Nailing the Source(s): Alternative measures for identifying sources for news information. In Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual conference. 1995.
Bates B. Media Organizational Structure, Funding, and Development: An examination of telephony diffusion. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Washington, DC; 1995.
Bates B. Ethical and Legal Research Issues in a New Field: Studying the On-Line Media User. In Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Washington, DC; 1995.

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