Gayle Jansen Brisbane, Ph.D., MPW
California State University Fullerton
Department of Communications
Fullerton, CA 92831
Ph.D. in Media Research and Practice (Journalism Track)
College of Media, Communication and Information University of Colorado Boulder
Masters of Professional Writing, Chatham University (Pittsburgh, PA)
B.A. in Communications – Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA)
1999 to 2015 - FOX 10 KSAZ-TV, Phoenix, Arizona
Sports Anchor/Reporter and Morning Show Feature Reporter
· Reported and anchored on breaking sports news stories.
· Covered the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA and NASCAR.
· Live reporting at all major professional sporting events such as NFL Super Bowls, MLB World Series, NBA, MLB, NHL, WNBA All-Star Games, College Football National Championships, NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL playoff games.
· Developed and produced exclusive "off the field/court" features with some of the biggest sports stars in Arizona for half hour show “Sports Night” on Sunday nights.
· Worked as a feature news reporter covering live news.
1998 to 1999 - Outdoor Life Network, New York, New York
Host for National Show “Great Hikes”
· Hosted half hour national series on great places to hike in the Western United States.
1996 to 1999 - KEZI-TV ABC9, Eugene, Oregon
Sports Anchor/Reporter, Producer, Videographer, Editor
· Anchored, produced and edited all weekend sportscasts.
· Co-hosted a half-hour Friday Night High School Football/Basketball and Monday Night NFL post-game shows.
· Hosted, produced and edited weekly adventure series "Oregon Outdoors" for two years.
· Covered the NBA Portland Trailblazers and PAC-12 schools, Oregon and Oregon State.
1993 to 1995 – Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles, California
NBA Marketing and Sponsorship Assistant
· Three Rocky Mountain Emmy nominations
· Curation CU Documentary Film Award –“A Father’s Story”- film exhibited at the CU Art Museum in May 2016
Cal State University Fullerton
College of Communications
COMM 472 - Capstone - TV News Production (OC News) - Fall 2021/Spring 2022
COMM 336 - Sports Broadcast Journalism - Spring 2022
COMM 325 - Multimedia Journalism - Fall 2019/Spring 2020/Fall 2020/Spring 2021
COMM 202 - Digital Reporting and Production - Fall of 2019/Spring 2020/Fall 2020/Spring 2021
University of Colorado Boulder
College of Media, Communication and Information
Instructor - JRNL 3804 - Sports, Media and Society (Fall of 2018, lecture course, 64 students/ Spring 2019 - 55 students).
Instructor · JRNL 4624- News Team (Fall of 2017/Spring 2018 -student-led twice-weekly news broadcast, 13 students).
Recitation Instructor · CMCI 1020 – Concepts and Creativity, Images (29 students) · JRNL 1000 – Principles of Journalism (25 students)
Teaching Assistant · JRNL 4624 - News Team (Assignment approval and grading responsibilities)
March 2022 - Lecture on Quantitative Research (Focus Groups) for graduate students in COMM 508
March 2021 - Lecture at the 19th EDUK Circle Online Convention on Media Communication (Phillipines)
University of Colorado Boulder
Spring 2017 - Lectured twice on intersectionality for large lecture class (CMCI 1020)
Fall 2016 - Lectured on sports reporting for large lecture class (JRNL 1000)
Arizona State University, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
Spring 2015 Guest lecturer for baseball writing class – invited by Instructor Greg Boeck
Spring 2014 Guest lecturer for sports reporting class – invited by Instructor Greg Boeck
Fall 2014 Guest lecturer for sports reporting class – invited by Instructor Greg Boeck
Fall 2013 Guest lecturer for broadcasting class – invited by Dr. Michael Wong
Brisbane, G, Ferrucci, P. & Tandoc, E. (2021). Side-by-side Sports Reporters: A between-subjects experiment of the effect of gender in reporting on the NFL. Communication and Sport Journal. March 15, 2021.
Brisbane, G. (2022). Religious Identity, Politics, and the Media: What white evangelical Christian women’s religious identity reveals about their endorsement of Donald J. Trump and distrust of news outlets. Journal Communication Inquiry. R&R
Brisbane, G. (2022). What does morality have to do with it? What Haidt and Moral Foundation Theory reveal about why white evangelical Christian women in the United States advocate for politician Donald J. Trump. International Communication Association annual pre-conference, Metz, France, May 24, 2022.
Brisbane, G. (2021). “Strong enough to battle the liberals”: How social identity solidified White evangelical Christian women’s support of Donald J. Trump and sustained their distrust of news outlets. Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication annual virtual conference, Aug. 2021.
Brisbane, G. (2021). “They (media) are being led by the enemy”: Politics and White evangelical Christian women’s perception of news outlets. International Communication Association annual virtual conference. May 2021.
Brisbane, G. (2020). “It’s all yellow journalism now”: How White evangelical Christian women’s contempt of mainstream media contributed to their support of politician Donald J. Trump. Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication annual virtual conference, Aug. 2020
Brisbane, G. (2019). “Reminds me of Jesus”: Evangelical Christian Women’s perception of news outlets persecution of Donald J. Trump. Broadcast Educators Association (BEA) in Las Vegas, April 9, 2019.
Brisbane, G. & Ferrucci, P. (2018). He said, she said: How gender affects credibility and knowledge in sports reporting. International Communication Association annual conference (ICA) in Prague, Czech Republic, May 2018.
Brisbane, G. (2018). Pioneering Women in Television Sports Media: Narratives of Career Trajectories and Gender Performance. Women, Sports and Media Conference at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, April 2018
Brisbane, G. (2017). “A Young Girl’s Game”: An Examination of the Dynamics of Sideline Reporting in Television Football Broadcasts. International Communication Association annual conference (ICA) in San Diego, CA, May 2017.
Brisbane, G. & Ferrucci, P. (2017). Gender effects on sports reporting. Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication Mid-Winter conference, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, April 2017.
Brisbane, G. (2015). “Running the Option Play: Can (or should) sports journalists be taught to be sports personalities?” Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Conference, Las Vegas, NV, April 2015, panel participant.
INVITED BOOK REVIEW:
Brisbane, G. (2016). Book Review of The Contested Murder of Latasha Harlins: Justice, Gender, and the Origins of the LA Riots, by Stevenson, B. (2013) for the Journal of Radio & Audio Media, Vol. 23, No. 1, May 2016, pp. 186-187.
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