Source Book: Experts Available for interviews
Seeking experts to intervew? FMC’s Source Book is designed to help the news media, bloggers & podcasters find knowledgeable, credible, and media-savvy experts to speak on more than 200 topics. Major industry leaders in healthcare and banking, current event experts on topics ranging from addiction to politics to wellness, are presented alongside experts in transit, the paranormal and Long Island’s Hamptons — and much more.
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Jamie CohenAssistant Professor, Media Studies CUNY Queens College
Jamie Cohen is an educator, writer, speaker, and digital media producer focusing on civic media and internet literacies. Jamie holds a PhD in Cultural and Media Studies from Stony Brook University and specializes in internet culture, memes, and digital trends. He is also the Head of Education for Digital Void, an internet literacies collective that bridges the gap between digital life and everyday culture. Formerly, Jamie founded a higher education internet studies degree and led teams of students in immersive digital production design projects in Rome, Italy. Jamie is also a faculty fellow at the Salzburg Academy of Media and Global Change and engages in transformative media education.
Over the past decade, Jamie has authored several papers, books and chapters on media literacy and digital literacy, specifically algorithms and media artifacts. He is the author of the textbooks “Producing New and Digital Media: Your Guide to Savvy Use of the Web” (2020) and “Virtual Presenting: A Guide to Formats, Production, and Authentic Delivery” (forthcoming 2023). Jamie’s dissertation is titled “Alternative Cyberspace: A History of Virtual Reality, 1987-1993.” He is currently writing a book on virality and violence and how it affects everyday life. Formerly, Jamie was a television producer and editor and continues to work in digital media production as a multimedia producer editing podcasts, videos, and interactive media.
Jamie has offered insights to numerous companies and entities including The New York Times, Google, The FBI, The WHO, Trust & Safety Collective, PERIL at American University, Canadian Consulate of NY, Meta Messenger, and numerous publications. He is a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor in the Media Studies Department at Queens College and teaches Advertising, Social Media, and Digital Activism.
Contact Jamie for interviews when you need an expert on internet culture, online trends, and media criticism.