David Schaefer

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Montage of Christian College Radio Station IDs and Postioners (2008-Present)
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Radio 110

David Schaefer

CHR Announcing Aircheck (CIL-FM in the late 80s and early 90s)
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Radio 158

David Schaefer

WFRScc FranciscanEffect .com Jingle Composer, Musician, and Singer (ProTools, Autotune, Strike, Transfuser, Hybrid, Boom (2014)
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Radio 32

David Schaefer

Vocal Skills

Languages

English

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Accents

British, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)

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Categories

Radio

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Studio

Turnaround Time

One week

Microphone

Sennheiser 421; AKG-414 TLII; KM-84; NTK; SM+Beta 57; SM-58; RE-20; RE-50

Computer & Software

Protools; Audition; Strike; Hybrid; Xpand2!; Transfuser; Autotune; Db-33; MachFive3; Velvet; Elastic Audio; etc.

Special Equipment

Mackie; Tascam; MOTU; Digidesign; Alesis

About David Schaefer

Overview

Professor/College Radio (Christian Format) Faculty Adviser and VO Talent; Former Commercial Radio Announcer (Top-40/CHR, A/C, Country, Oldies, Jazz); Christian Radio Drama VO Talent; Audio Tours

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Service Description

Voice-over Announcer; Voice Actor; HD and SD Stereo and Surround Recording Engineer and Supervisor; Remote+Live Production; Studio Production; Stereo+Surround Mixdown and Mastering.

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Experience

Dr. David J. Schaefer (Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2001) is a Professor and chair in the Department of Communication Arts at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. In the 1980s and 1990s, he worked as a children's program producer in public television and as an announcer and newscaster for several commercial radio stations in the midwest. Beginning in 1995, he produced an international radio program, Franciscan University Connections, for the EWTN/WEWN global network. He currently is the advisor for the campus radio stations WFRScc and WFENcc.

He has taught undergraduate courses in digital audio/video production, media literacy, film history and theory, Indian cinema, international communications, web design, and media theory, and graduate courses in critical-cultural theory and Indian cinema. He specializes in research on popular Indian (Hindi) cinema, digital media competency/literacy, and global/intercultural communication. He has presented numerous conference papers and published journal articles and book chapters on several of these topics.

He is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, the International Communication Association, the Communication Institute for Online Scholarship, the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre, and serves on the Board of Directors for Urban Mission Ministries. In addition, he is a Fulbright scholar and was awarded a lecturing-research grant to southeast Asia. While on sabbatical, he served as a Senior Research Fellow of the Indian Film Research Project.

Recent Publications:
Schaefer, D. and Karan, K. (Eds.). (2013). Bollywood and Globalization: The Global Power of Popular Hindi Cinema. London: Routledge.

Karan, K. and Schaefer, D. (2012). Media industries, hybridity, and marketing: Globalization and expanding audiences for Indian cinema. In Roy, A. & Huat, B. (Eds.), Travels of Bollywood Cinema: From Bombay to LA. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Pp. 238-259.

Schaefer, D. and Karan, K. (2012). Bollywood and soft power: Content trends and hybridity in popular Hindi cinema. In Roy, A. (Ed.), The Magic of Bollywood: At Home and Abroad. New Delhi: Sage. Pp. 57-80.

Schaefer, D. & Dervin, B. (2011). Online learning in discussion groups. In Biswas, R. & Martin, C. (Eds.), User-driven healthcare and narrative medicine: Utilizing collaborative social networks and technologies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Pp. 276-293.

Schaefer, D. & Karan, K. (2010). Problematizing Chindia: Hybridity and Bollywoodization of popular Hindi cinema in global film flows. Global Media and Communication, 6(3), 317-322.

Schaefer, D. and Dervin, B. (2009). From the dialogic to the contemplative: A conceptual and empirical rethinking of online communication outcomes as verbing micropractices. Ethics and Information Technology, 11(4), 265-278.

Phang, A. and Schaefer, D. (2009). Is Ignorance Bliss? Assessing Singaporean Media Literacy Awareness in the Era of Globalization. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 64(2), 156-172.

Recent Courses Taught:
Com 341 -- Radio Production I
Com 442 -- Digital Multitrack Audio Production II
Com 329 -- सिनेमा का भरत (Cinema of India)
com 345 -- Independent Digital Filmmaking
Com 254 -- Radio/Television Scriptwriting
Com 381 -- Writing for Interactive Media
Com 326 -- Global Media
Com 328 -- Film Analysis and Theory

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Client List

EWTN/WEWN Global Network; CIL-FM/WCIL-AM; WDQN-AM/FM; WRAJ-FM; WSIU-TV 8/WUSI-TV 16; Franciscan University

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Education

B.A. RTV, Southern Illinois University
M.A., Telecommunications, Southern Illinois University
Ph.D., Communication, The Ohio State University

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Testimonials

I DJ for [a Country Station] in California. Since it is a dual-frequency station, it's market is extensive! . . . . I love what I do. Not only do I get to plan events, but I make proposals, maintain equipment, production, programming, on-air staff and a slew of other jobs! I'ts true what you said in class that you have to be a jack of all trades in order to succeed in this business. Thank you [Dr. Schaefer] for all of your hard work and dedication in teaching me, for without my education, I would not be where I am today.
--Email received from a recent graduate

Former Student Employed at a Country Station in California

“[The] Professors gave a good backbone and support on the programs and we go to dive in on projects. . . . Dr. Schaefer is extremely good with audio, so it’s a well-balanced department.

Comment from a Graduating Communication Arts Senior....

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