Media en Burriss on Media: Mobile Etiquette <p>MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)&nbsp; --&nbsp; I remember some 20 years ago everyone was concerned about what was called &ldquo;netiquette,&rdquo; proper behavior on the Internet. There were dozens or hundreds of web sites with all sorts of lists of what was, and was not, acceptable Internet usage. Unfortunately, all sorts of new technologies have led to all sorts of new etiquette issues.<br /> Mon, 09 Jul 2012 12:25:46 +0000 Dr. Larry Burriss 12983 at Burriss on Media: Mobile Etiquette Tennessean with Ties to Syria is Frustrated <p>MURFREESBORO, Tenn.&nbsp;(AP/WMOT) &mdash; &nbsp;The death toll in Syria continues to climb. Three more deaths&nbsp;were&nbsp;reported&nbsp;Monday as the year-old uprising there continues.</p><p>There&rsquo;s a sizeable Syrian refugee population here in Middle Tennessee. They&rsquo;ve been active in recent months, staging local rallies in support of the&nbsp;Syrian people.</p><p>Murfreesboro resident Lema Sbenaty is of Syrian ancestry and has family still living there. Her aunt&rsquo;s home was badly damaged recently by government shelling.</p> Mon, 02 Apr 2012 16:39:48 +0000 Mike Osborne 9294 at Burriss on Media: Pearl Harbor <p>This week <span class="yshortcuts" id="lw_1323094079_7">December 7th</span> is the 70 anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Many people recall hearing James Daley make the news announcement about the attack, and today that tape is standard fare in history and broadcasting classes.<br /><br /> But what is also interesting is the effect the attack had on American media.<br /> Mon, 05 Dec 2011 17:31:11 +0000 Dr. Larry Burriss 4676 at Burriss on Media: Pearl Harbor