Logan Molyneux has six years of experience as a journalist, working as a reporter and then city editor at the Daily Herald in Provo, Utah, and as a copy editor at the Austin American-Statesman and KUT radio. He holds a PhD in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses on digital media and mobile technology, specifically as they relate to journalistic practices and products. Recent work includes studies of learning from mobile news, how journalists use social media in political coverage and personal branding among journalists.
University of Texas at Austin
Medill School of Journalism
Brigham Young University
A Decade of Research on Social Media and Journalism: Assumptions, blind spots, and a way forward.
Mobile News Consumption: A Habit of Snacking
Twitter's Influence on News Judgment: An Experiment Among Journalists
Media Work, Identity, and the Motivations that Shape Branding Practices