Dr. Jerry Domatob

 Professor Jerry Komia Domatob

 

Jerry Komia Domatob currently serves a Professor in the Dept of Mass Communication, Alcorn State University, Lorman-Mississippi. Professor Domatob works with and oversees the diligent staff of the vibrant southwest Mississippi radio station. He also teaches broadcast courses especially one he loves with a passion, Electronic Media Management

Dr. Domatob started work as a broadcaster with Radio Cameroon, after his graduation from the International School of Journalism Yaounde, Cameroon. He proceeded to Carleton University Ottawa-Canada, where he graduated with a double master’s degree in International Affairs and Journalism. Dr. Domatob was appointment the Chief Media and Public Relations Officer in the University of Maiduguri-Nigeria, where he liaised with the media, specifically Radio, Television and Newspaper.

Professor Domatob became a pioneer lecturer and later the Head, Department of Mass Communication, University of Maiduguri-Nigeria, where he taught a multiplicity of courses including Radio and Television Production.

After obtaining his Ph.D. in Mass Communication from E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University, Athens-Ohio, he was hired as an Assistant Professor in the University of Northern Iowa, where he taught Journalism, Public Relations, Broadcast and Electronic Media. In Iowa, he interacted with and did research on the public radio station, KBBG FM.  Long Island University hired him, and for five years he was the Coordinator/Director of the Communications Program in Southampton College, Long Island University, where he witnessed public radio in operation. In Long Island University, he taught Broadcast courses including Radio Production. Dr. Domatob  taught  in Fordham University, Rutgers University and became the Director of the Communications Sequence at the College of New Rochelle, Rosa Parks Campus, Harlem-New York.

An author, poet, researcher and public presenter, Professor Domatob writes books and articles and participates in diverse international conferences in different parts of the world. His latest publications are: Positive Vibration and Communication, Culture and Human Rights.

Dr. Domatob is delighted  and ecstatic to be a part of WPRL and strives to infuse a new lease of life in the station. He is grateful to Alcorn State University for the golden opportunity to serve. His gratitude is boundless. He is doing research on Broadcast and Electronic Media Management.

E-mail: Jdomatob@alcorn.edu                                        Phone: 601-618-7763