Brad Gyori

Dr Brad Gyori

  • 01202 961245
  • bgyori at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Digital Storytelling (Broadcast)
  • Weymouth House W313, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Brad Gyori is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Storytelling at Bournemouth University. He holds a PhD in Rhetoric and Composition from Arizona State University and has also taught media theory and production at ASU and the Tribeca Flashpoint Academy in downtown Chicago. As a television writer-producer, he has worked for such networks as MTV, VH1, FX, E! and HBO online. For ten years, he was the Head Writer of the Emmy award winning Talk Soup. He has been nominated for five Emmys. Currently, his research focuses on new media rituals and project-based learning models. It has been published in The Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, The Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning and Flow. Gyori also continues to generate creative work. In 2014, his play Desolation Angels was presented as a staged reading by Chicago's Steppenwolf theatre.

Journal Articles


  • Gyori, B., 2015. Britain's Got Tories: Yank Scholar on U.K. Lifestyle Politics. In: Jackson, D.A.N. and Thorsen, E., eds. UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign: Early reflections from UK leading academics. Bournemouth University: Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, 87.


PhD Students

  • Adrian Butterworth (NARRATOLOGY AND SHORT FORM VIDEO an enquiry into South Korean Digital Multimedia Broadcasts)
  • Sabrah Wilson (From Memoir to Screenplay: An exploration through a full length screen play into adapting autobiographical texts within the war film genre from a feminist perspective, with the aim of developing new creative writing approaches to ethnographical screenwriting within the context of women’s lives in the war film genre.)

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities


Conference Presentations

  • Communication Media Managers Association (CMMA), 20 November 2014, Pasadena, CA


  • Best Special Class Writing: Talk Soup (Emmy Awards, 1996)
  • Best Special Class Programming: Talk Soup (Emmy Awards, 1995)
  • Best Special Class Writing: Talk Soup (Emmy Awards, 1995)
  • Nomination, Best Special Class Programming: Talk Soup (Emmy Awards, 1996)
  • Nomination, Best Special Class Writing: Talk Soup (Emmy Awards, 1997)
  • Gold Medal, Dramatic Screenplay: Variations on a Dream (Houston Worldfest, 2003)
  • Semi-finalist: Variations on a Dream (Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab, 2004)
  • Finalist, Dramatic Screenplay: Mystic Hour (Austin Film Festival, 2005)
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