Archived articles

Television

Of paws and pelts
Published Spring 2022
Alum Joya Griffin brings pet dermatology to the television screen / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Exercise science
TV brain drain
Published Winter 2021
A recent study from the Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests that excess TV viewing can lead to reduced amounts of cranial gray matter. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Music
Sounds of the '60s
Published Winter 2021
Peabody alum Jacob Yoffee co-composes the score for the new Wonder Years reboot / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Music
Sounds of the '60s
Published Dec 10, 2021
Peabody alum Jacob Yoffee co-composes the score for the new Wonder Years reboot
Q+A
A beautiful day for a neighbor
Published June 19, 2018
Carey researcher revisits her award-winning dissertation on the enduring legacy of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood'
Behind the scenes
TV Writing 101
Published June 4, 2018
Hopkins helps writers hone their skills for Hollywood
Entertainment
True crime and the rise of the docudrama
Published Jan 30, 2018
Film and Media Studies director Linda DeLibero discusses the growing appeal of true crime storytelling on TV and the future of the genre
Leaders+Legends
An industry in transition
Published Oct 8, 2014 Video
CNN President Jeff Zucker visits JHU's Carey Business School, discusses shifting media landscape
Failing marks
Great chemist, bad teacher
Published April 3, 2014
Walter White's biggest crime on 'Breaking Bad'? He's a really lousy teacher, JHU professor says