Professor Rich Hanley quoted in N.Y. Daily News article about TV personalities caught up in criminal scandals

hanleyRich Hanley, associate professor and director of the graduate journalism program in the in the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University, was quoted prominently in a New York Daily News article about TV personalities caught up in criminal scandals.

Former WCBS-TV and WNBC-TV anchor Rob Morrison resigned Wednesday following being charged with domestic violence.

“He’s going to have a very hard time getting back into television, and if he does, it will be far away from New York,” Hanley told the newspaper. “These are charges of a violent nature, plus you have police records of prior calls to his house. It’s all just too much. It’s an intractable situation.”

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