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A former television sports anchor/reporter and radio talk show host, Associate Professor Jeff Halliday is the Broadcast Studio Program Manager in the Communication Studies department. Since 2007, Halliday has taught media reporting, production &digital and social media technology courses at Longwood. He also serves as a co-adviser for the university's student-run campus media outlets, The Rotunda newspaper & WMLU-91.3 FM. Halliday also co-advises Longwood's Alpha Alpha Omicron chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the national co-ed service fraternity. In 2012, Halliday was presented with the university's Student-Faculty Recognition Award, which is selected by a student committee and honors professional excellence and devoted service to students.
When previously working for the CBS affiliate WDTV in Bridgeport, WVa., Halliday’s on-air accomplishments included receiving five state broadcast awards and was named the West Virginia Associated Press Broadcasters Association’s “Best Sportscaster” in 2005. Halliday has a Master of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.