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Reighard, Richard

Associate Professor, Mass Communications
School of Arts, Media, and Communications

Spellmann Center KCLC Office
(636) 949 4885

Course Information

Term Course Course Name

FA SEM 16 COM 30101 PIF  Applied Mass Communication-Radio
FA SEM 16 COM 30121 PIF  Applied Mass Communication-Radio I
FA SEM 16 COM 30122 PIF  Applied Mass Communication-Radio II
FA SEM 16 COM 30123 PIF  Applied Mass Communication-Radio III
FA SEM 16 COM 35200 11  Advanced Audio Production
FA SEM 16 COM 40100 11  Mass Communications Law
FA SEM 16 COM 40100 21  Mass Communications Law
FA SEM 16 COM 57100 11  Advanced Audio Production
SP SEM 17 COM 30101 PIF11  Applied Mass Communication-Radio
SP SEM 17 COM 30121 PIF11  Applied Mass Communication-Radio I
SP SEM 17 COM 30122 PIF11  Applied Mass Communication-Radio II
SP SEM 17 COM 30123 PIF11  Applied Mass Communication-Radio III
SP SEM 17 COM 35200 21  Advanced Audio Production
SP SEM 17 COM 37600 21  Asian Cinema (GE-CrsClt)
SP SEM 17 COM 40100 12  Mass Communications Law
SP SEM 17 COM 57100 21  Advanced Audio Production
SP SEM 17 COM 57519 21  Topics in Media Studies: Asian Cinema


Rich Reighard spent nearly a decade during the 1970’s and 80’s in commercial radio and television, mostly in southern Illinois. During that time, he served in various capacities, such as On-Air Personality, News Director, and Program Director. In 1987, he was hired by then Lindenwood College to oversee the daily functions of KCLC, the school’s radio station, and over the years helped it expand from 1,500 watts to its current 50,000-watt, multi-channel status. He began actively teaching various courses for both the English and Communications departments in 1990, including the very first classes designed to teach students how to use e-mail and format content for the then-emerging “Internet.”

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