Meet Todd Armstrong: Publisher - Communication, Journalism, and Media Studies

Since 1993, it’s been my privilege to serve as an editor and publisher in the exciting and dynamic fields of communication and media studies.

Now, I have the pleasure of developing the communication and media studies list for Cognella Academic Publishing, a publisher that values authors’ unique perspectives, provides a platform for introducing their work to thousands of students nationwide, and is invested in helping move the discipline forward in interesting ways.

The titles below reflect Cognella’s commitment to publish quality texts by notable authors that showcase the exciting work being done in the discipline today.

I'll be attending the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Conference, August 3-6, and the National Communication Association (NCA) Conference, November 17-20. If you would like to meet to discuss book ideas, please contact me at

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  1. Communication Theory
    Racially Diverse and Inclusive Perspectives (First Edition)
    Jasmine T. Austin, Mark P. Orbe, and Jeanetta D. Sims, editors
  2. American Media History
    The Story of Journalism and Mass Media (Fourth Edition)
    Anthony R. Fellow
  3. Intercultural Communication
    A Critical Perspective (Second Edition)
    Rona Tamiko Halualani
  4. Organizational Communication
    Foundations, Challenges, and Misunderstandings (Fifth Edition)
    Daniel P. Modaff and Jennifer A. Butler
  5. Critical Questions in Persuasion Research
    (First Edition)
    Franklin J. Boster and Christopher J. Carpenter
  6. Empowering Public Speaking
    (First Edition)
    Deanna L. Fassett and Keith Nainby
  7. Follow, Communicate, Lead
    Creating Competent Connections (First Edition)
    Michelle Terese Violanti and Cassandra Ann Ray
  8. Intercultural Communication
    Pathways to Better Interactions (First Edition)
    David Boromisza-Habashi

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