Fred Endres retired from the School of Journalism & Mass Communication in 2014, after 40 years of teaching news and multimedia journalism. His research appeared in such publications as Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Newspaper Research Journal, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, and Journalism History.
He wrote and produced historical documentaries for public television, including The ‘Sojer Boys’ of Portage County and Seances & Slot Machines: The Story of Brady Lake Park. He is a partner in TwoProfs Productions, and is writing and producing two new documentaries for public television: 46 Days to Justice – The Confession(s) of Ned Kellogg, and (with co-producer, Kathleen Endres) White Plague: The Story of the Springfield Lake Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
B.S.J., Bowling Green State University, M.A., Bowling Green State University, Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park
Multimedia, Online Journalism, Media Convergence, Newsroom Convergence, New Media, Media History, Social Sciences, Communications, Multimedia or Interactive Communications Technology