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JasonDixonJason Dixon started in the radio business fresh out of high school.

He launched his nearly 30 year career in radio working for heritage News/Talk WFLA in Tampa.

That was followed by a stint as an air personality and morning show producer for the legendary WFLZ-FM.

From their he started his track in sports programming 620 WDAE, The Sports Animal in Tampa before joining the Tampa Bay Lightning organization where he served as Senior Director of Broadcasting and Programming and an on air personality. During his run, the Lightning won a Stanley Cup Championship and the Tampa Bay Storm won an Arena Bowl title.

Jason continued his sports radio career programming stations in Jacksonville, Raleigh, and Detroit before joining SiriusXM in Washington, DC as the Director of Sports Programming.

MichaelDuffyMichael Duffy began recording film reviews for WTMD 89.7 FM in Towson, Maryland in the summer of 2016 under the programming title “Silver Screen Radio.” These recordings eventually became weekly broadcasts, and are archived online. He has recorded nearly 40 reviews to date, alternating with his colleague Marc May (who also teaches at Towson University). https://wtmd.org/radio/towson-university-emf-film-review-podcast/ Michael is a Lecturer in the Electronic Media and Film Department at Towson University, where he teaches Film History, Genre Theory, and East Asian Cinemas. He has an M.A. from New York University and a Ph.D. from The University of Nottingham, England. He has worked at numerous film festivals, presents at conferences worldwide, and writes about Hollywood, special effects, and performance. He co-edited the book ‘Special Effects: New Histories, Theories, Contexts’ with Dan North and Bob Rehak (Palgrave-Macmillian/British Film Institute, 2015).

ShainaFeldmanShaina Feldman is the Creator and Showrunner of Pepperonia, the first VR Show for children. Master of Virtual Reality and Film Production.

BradFreitasBrad Freitas is a 2008 graduate of Towson University’s Electronic Media and Film program, with a concentration in television studio production. A full time Aerial Photojournalist with Helicopters Incorporated since 2009, Brad moonlighted as a traffic and general news reporter with CBS’ NewsRadio 99.1 FM, as well as numerous DC and Baltimore radio stations. In 2016 he began reporting on-air aboard NBC’s Chopper 4 in DC, covering traffic and breaking news events while simultaneaously performing his duties as a camera operator.

DanielleHagenDanielle Hagen is a media and communications strategist that has extensive experience in designing and implementing award-winning media relations programs for local, regional and national public relations campaigns.

Leading Nahigian Strategies’ media relations department, Danielle has served as an advisor and spokeswoman for private and public sector clients, and elected officials.

Danielle has vast experience in the political, healthcare, hospitality, tourism, consumer product and technology industries, and has counseled top-tier Fortune 100 brands. Her client work has been featured in media outlets, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, USA Today, and The Washington Post, to name a few.

In addition to her public relations career, Danielle taught public relations and effective public speaking at the University of Cincinnati, where she also earned her B.A. and M.A. in communications. Danielle was honored in 2014 by the University of Cincinnati as one of 50 Communications Champions to graduate from the institution. Washington Women in Public Relations named Danielle as their 2014 Emerging Leader – an award given to PR practitioners under 30 who are making significant advancements in the public relations field.

She currently is a national instructor for Elect Her – the only program in the country that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office.

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