Douglas A. Morrow
Teaching Administrator, Audio/Video/Film, Adjunct Associate Professor of Radio, Television, Film
New Academic Building 417
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Degrees: MBA, 1990, New York Inst Tech; BA, 1987, New York Inst Tech
Douglas Morrow, Associate Professor, Internship Coordinator, Department of Radio/Television/Film at Hofstra University’s School of Communication, is also a writer/producer, editor and digital cinematographer. Doug has combined an active career in television and music production with teaching. For more than two decades, Prof. Morrow and his production company, D.A.M. Video Inc., have contracted with a broad range of clients including HBO, Madison Square Garden, the Staller Center for the Arts, United Nations Television, Mt. Sinai Medical Center and PBS to name only a few - to write, produce, shoot, edit and consult in almost every genre of television. Before joining the faculty at Hofstra University, Prof. Morrow taught at Rutgers University / Newark, St. John's University, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.