Cornerstone University using “The Last TV Evangelist” as a Textbook

Dave Anderson, professor in the communications department from Cornerstone University announced at the Sunscreen Film Festival in Florida last weekend that Cornerstone will be using my book “The Last TV Evangelist” as a textbook in their communications and media classes.  According to Dave, because the book provides an overview of the media transformation that’s happening in the culture, it’s a good text for students of film, TV, and digital media.

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4 Responses to “Cornerstone University using “The Last TV Evangelist” as a Textbook”

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  1. Dave Martin says:

    Glad to hear it.  I’m about half-way in and it’s an excellent book.  Very informative and entertaining as well.  

  2. Jenna says:

    Congratulations, "Dr. Phil". :-)

  3. Peter Smythe says:

    I decided to buy the book off of Amazon, but I’m miffed that it’s not available on Kindle.  How good can a book on communications be if it’s not available in an electronic format?

  4. Phil says:

    We’re working on it…..  :-)

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