Introduction to Media Industries
Theories of Media, Society & Culture
Intro to Film
The Documentary Idea
Margot Hardenbergh has a background in television production, producing documentaries and public affairs programs on the national and regional level. And she has conducted research in the use of community media, the role of women in media, and the history of technology. She served as an interviewer for the TV Oral History Project housed at the McGannon Center at Fordham, and available on the Fordham Library's website.
“Conflict and Controversy as News Values,” in Contemporary Media Issues, ed. Emily Erickson and David Sloan (Vision Press, 2004)
“The Hustler: WTNH-TV, aka WNHC,” in Television in America: Local Station History, edited by Michael Murray and Donald Godfrey (Iowa State University Press, 1997)
“Anne O’Hare McCormick,” in Women in Communication, edited by Nancy Signorielli (Greenwood, 1996)
"Death of Television", Et Cetera: A Review of General Semantics. April 2010; 67,2,170 - 176.
“Central Florida’s Convergence Triangle: A Qualitative analysis of Two Major Converged Local Television News Operations” with M.C. Flanagan, in Feedback 2003, vol 44, No.1, pp. 23-39.
"The Telephone Connection: A Study of Some Social Effects of the Telephone Exchange," in The Journal of The New Haven Colony Historical Society, Spring, 1987, 56-72.
"Promise versus Performance: A Case Study of Four Public Access Channels in Connecticut," in Mass Comm Review, 13. 1986 32-39.
Producer of video The Ecology of Media Ecology: A Sampling of Musings. For the MEA 2005 conference, Fordham University, June 2005.
Principal Interviewer for the TV Oral History Project of the McGannon Communication Research Center. Interviewed on video 10 key players in the development of television. Fall 2004.
Co-Author with Saskia Fischer. Media Empowerment: A Guide to Understanding Media Power and Organizing for Media Justice in Your Community (United Church of Christ, 2004)
Producer of video “MEA – And Now This…” for the celebration of the 5th Anniversay of the Media Ecology Association. Presented at Fordham, Sept. 2003.