Today’s college students, needless to say, typically rank among the most active consumers of information across the platforms that make up the converged communications universe. Among the most familiar resources for many students is RateMyProfessors, launched more than a decade ago and used by students to give their opinions on the professors and the classes […]

If you’ve been out and about lately, you’ve likely definitely heard about (and probably seen people using) Pokémon Go. And if you haven’t been out and about lately, that might be because you’re playing Pokémon Go yourself. In the coming months and years, gigabytes of information will be churned out about this cultural phenomenon, which […]

If you use today’s converged communications technology (and you do), you’ve likely heard the message oodles of times: Protect your passwords. After all, a hacker who obtains a user’s online passwords can quickly gain access to all sorts of information, perhaps even stealing the user’s identity. But there’s another side to identity theft that’s not […]

When is a Bad Ad not a Bad Ad at all? When it’s not an ad to begin with – but a fake. That’s the case with the “coupon” above, which claims to be from Publix. If you’ve read this far, though, you can probably guess the truth. It’s an imitation coupon with an actual […]

It’s time to look ahead to the coming summer schedule. Summer 2016 classes begin in just a few weeks. Here’s a list of all available classes in Converged Communications for summer (not including internships, which are handled differently). Now, it’s possible to look at everything together on the same page. The list includes reference numbers, […]

Are Bad Ads limited to print publications? Nope. Thanks to the wonders of converged communications (#concomms), Bad Ads can also proliferate online. A particularly embarrassing type of Bad Ad, one that’s been spotlighted a few times before on the River City Communicator blog, is the misspelling of a word that’s obvious to everyone except the […]

Here’s a coupon gone bad. As converged communicators who have studied advertising (that’s ADV2000) or marketing (MAR3023) know, sales promotions like coupons can be effective ways for retailers to attract customers. A tip, though: Make sure to spell the name of the product correctly. This time, Florida-based grocery store Publix didn’t spell-check its holiday-themed coupon […]

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