Carl Hausman is Professor of Journalism at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. He is the author of more than two dozen books, including works on journalism ethics, several mass media textbooks, investigative works, four novels, and a collection of short stories. Publishers include Random House, HarperCollins, Avon, Doubleday, Routledge, Cengage, Prentice-Hall, and McGraw-Hill. A former TV anchor, talk show host, newspaper columnist, and magazine editor, Hausman now specializes in new media technologies and writes and lectures on how individuals and groups can leverage the power of evolving media.
Hausman has testified before Congress on media issues and has been interviewed about journalism-related issues on major broadcast and cable networks. He holds a BS in political science from the University of the State of New York, an MA in media from Antioch University, a Ph.D. in journalism and media from the Union Institute and University, and did his post-doctoral fellowship at New York University.
Hausman’s fellowship research, adapted from his doctoral dissertation, was published by HarperCollins as Crisis of Conscience: Perspectives on Journalism Ethics.