Tim Gleason, School of Journalism and Communication

Tim Gleason

Tim Gleason

Professor Emeritus
Practice Areas: Communication Ethics, Journalism Ethics, Communication Law, News Editorial

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Tim Gleason is an academic expert in journalism ethics, communication law and communication ethics. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor of journalism specializing in communication law and ethics. His current research focuses on public access to information and the definition of a “journalist.” In addition, Gleason is the director of the Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism and a former dean of the School of Journalism and Communication. He also serves as the University’s Faculty Athletics Representative.

Recent Media:
Oregon paper loses entire newsroom, vows to rebuild (The Seattle Times, March 11, 2022)
Gov. Kate Brown ordered ‘review’ of Oregon Department of Corrections after early release of controversial juvenile commutation plan (The Oregonian, Jan. 28, 2022)
The Oregonian Launches a Positive-News Outlet. Who Wants That? (Willamette Week, Dec. 08, 2021)
Oregon lawmakers pass bill placing limits on release of jail booking photos (KEZI-TV, June 14, 2021)
Portland Protesters Say Their Lives Were Upended by the Posting of Their Mug Shots on a Conservative Twitter Account (Willamette Week, Sept. 16, 2020)
Senator says Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg should face ‘possibility of a prison term’ (CNBC, Sept. 3, 2019)
Therapy or team building? Portland City Council to get help (The Oregonian, April 14, 2015)
A vision for transparency reform in Oregon (Investigate West, April 13, 2015)
Meet the Oregon journalist who keeps taking down governors (Bloomberg, Feb. 14, 2015)
Court could determine fate of legal notices in newspapers (Oregon Public Broadcasting, April 18, 2012)