Jeff Halliday
Assoc Prof, Comm Studies

Phone (434) 395-2384
Department Communication Studies
Office Center for Communication Studies and Theatre 313

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.

To learn more about Communication Studies at Longwood, click here, to see Longwood's incredible digital media facilities, click here. Professor Halliday is on Twitter, @jeffhalliday.