Social media and emerging technology have completely disrupted the media landscape and how we consume information.
As an authority on media-related issues in the news and politics, Adam Chiara can be your guide to understanding a variety of topics in the media ecosystem that we live in. In particular, Chiara often deals with the intersection of social media and politics.
Chiara is a professor of communication and a regular contributor for The Hill. He is frequently interviewed by news outlets for expert commentary and has given speeches on wide-ranging topics related to new media and communication.
Chiara has earned a reputation for offering insight and commentary in a thoughtful and succinct manner.
— Balancing Your Media Diet | STEAM/PASS Program
“Adam’s personable and engaging manner quickly built a rapport with the audience that encouraged them to become part of the conversation. He shared his knowledge in such a way that people gained a greater understanding of this complex topic.”
— Rachael W. Funk, STEAM Event Coordinator
— Want Students to Read Quality News? Have Them Open Up Snapchat | Northeast Media Literacy Conference
“I was very impressed by Adam’s charismatic and energized approach to starting a conversation with the audience. The research, references, and material he explores are thought-provoking and creative. A very passionate and engaged speaker!”
— Ryan Eykholt, Attendee
— Taking Advantage of Social Media | UCONN Adult Learning Program
“Great ideas to apply to enrich our lives.”
“Lots of info – beautifully presented.”
“Engaging, clear explanations, pertinent, well presented.”
— Attendee Survey Responses
— Social Media: Is it Affecting What You Believe or How You Vote? | TALK
— Social Media and Public Service | Rell Center for Public Service, University of Hartford
— Navigating the News | Connecticut Old State House
— Build Your Own Brand on Social Media | Public Relations Society of America Greater Connecticut Chapter
— What Social Media Means to Broadcasters | Connecticut Broadcasters Association Convention