John Rosenbaum began his career in media and education as a radio and television producer, writer, and director. He entered academia and served for many years on the communication faculties at Bucks College and Ithaca College. During that time he was a Regional Visiting Scholar at Cornell University's Institute for European Studies and a Fulbright scholar in Germany and Bosnia-Herzegovina. He also authored a Fulbright grant that brought a visiting specialist from Malaysia to Ithaca College. Prof. Rosenbaum has co-edited the anthology Shaping the Future of Communication Research in Europe and co-authored the fourth edition of the McGraw-Hill textbook Television Production. His articles have appeared in various books and journals, and his research papers have received awards from the Broadcast Education Association and the International Communication Association. Currently Prof. Rosenbaum serves on the Advisory Board of the European Communication Research and Education Association and the Board of Directors of the Fulbright Association's Central New York Chapter. Prof. Rosenbaum received the doctoral degree from Columbia University, master's degrees from Columbia University and Temple University, and the bachelor's degree from the Pennsylvania State University. His current research focuses on the relationship between media policies, practices and cultures in Europe.