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Dustin Hahn

Assistant Professor
Film, Television and Digital Media
MOUS 177E

dustin.hahn@tcu.edu | 817-257-4448

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Education

Ph.D., Texas Tech University
M.A., Texas Tech University
B.A., Harding University

Courses Taught

FTDM 10013 - Television Studies for Non-Majors
FTDM 10113 - History of Broadcasting
FTDM 20213 - Basic Video Production
FTDM 30213 - Advanced Video Production
FTDM 30223 - Cinematography
FTDM 40333 - Post-Production
FTDM 40383 - Documentary Production
FTDM 41333 - Sports Post-Production
FTDM 41383 - Sports Documentary Production
FTDM 41580 - Special Topics in Sports Broadcasting: Sport Fanship
FTDM 41713 - Global Sports Media

Areas of Focus

Sport media, fanship, media effects and video production

Hahn, D. (in press). Instagram as exemplar: Examining the presence and likeability of subjects and statistics in March Madness posts. International Journal of Sport Communication.

Hahn, D. & Cummins, R. G. (in press). The impact of domain-specific interest on exemplification effects in sports media. Psychology of Popular Media Culture.

Hahn, D. (2019). Teaching sport fanship through competition and immersive application of scholarship. Journal of Media Education, 10, 42-49.

Hahn, D., VanDyke, M., & Cummins, R. (2018). It’s a numbers game: Change in frequency, type and presentation form of statistics used in NFL broadcasts. International Journal of Sport Communication, 11, 482-502.

Hahn, D. & Cummins, R. (2018). Differentiating objective sport knowledge versus subjective sport fanship via a test of exemplification in sport media. Communication & Sport, 6, 331-348.

Hahn, D. (2018). “Children’s Ministry Recruitment Video.” Award of Excellence. BEA On-Location. Screened October 2018 in Houston, Texas.

Hahn, D. (2018). “ReEngage Promotional.” Best of Competition Award. Festival of Media Arts. Screened April 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Dr. Hahn served as a video producer for projects ranging from an NSF-funded online educational tutorial series for industrial engineering students, a public service announcement, sport highlight reel, conference presentation productions, non-profit video advertising, online commercial advertising, email marketing materials, and more. He previously taught at Texas Tech University, Abilene Christian University, Lubbock Christian University, and West Texas A&M University before arriving at TCU in the fall of 2016. His research has ranged from credibility factors in sports media to effects of instant replay to a focus today on the role of statistics in sports media and fan interest and retention of such forms of communication primarily utilizing quantitative research methods including content analyses and experiments.

International Association for Communication and Sport
Broadcast Education Association
National Broadcasting Society – Alpha Epsilon Rho