Emeritus Professor Joanne Cantor Appears on MSNBC

On Thursday, July 22, Emeritus Professor Joanne Cantor appeared on MSNBC's The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd and Savannah Guthrie and later on MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts. Cantor shared tips from her new book Conquer CyberOverload on how people can manage e-mail and technology without becoming overwhelmed.

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Cantor is an internationally recognized expert on the psychology of media and communications. She is Director of the Center for Communication Research at UW-Madison, where she was an award-winning professor for 26 years. Through her consulting firm, Your Mind on Media, she speaks before business, professional, and educational organizations on productivity, creativity, and stress reduction.

In addition to Conquer CyberOverload, Dr. Cantor is the author of the highly acclaimed parenting book, Mommy, I'm Scared, and Teddy's TV Troubles, a book for children. She has also published more than 100 articles in academic and popular journals. In recognition of her expertise, Dr. Cantor has testified on numerous occasions before US Congressional committees as well as the Federal Communications Commission. She enjoys speaking before non-academic audiences and has been a guest on numerous radio and television shows in addition to MSNBC including Oprah,Good Morning America, and several NPR programs.

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