Dr. Moore worked at the Commercial Appeal in Memphis and produced radio programs at the Center for Southern Folklore. She served in the programming, traffic, and news departments of a public radio station and has taught at Northwest Mississippi Junior College and Ithaca College in New York. She received a NAB research grant in 1982, was a BEA intern at WATE-TV in 1983, a NATPE intern in 1985 and attended the faculty seminar of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. She is co-author of Three Trips to Bountiful, a comparative media study of a Horton Foote script, and is co-author with Dr. Herbert Howard on a textbook, Radio and TV Programming (2nd edition, 1994). Her most recent book is Prime-Time Television: A Concise History.
Ph.D. in Mass Communications, Ohio University
M.A in Broadcasting/Film, Memphis State University
B.A. in Journalism, Memphis State University