After an award-winning career in journalism, Dan Trigoboff began teaching media studies at Elon University. He later taught for several years at Methodist University was a visiting professor at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. A lawyer, he has taught media law at Elon, Methodist and UNCP, as well as the master’s program at the University of Memphis, where he had been a student. Trigoboff has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Boston University, and a juris doctorate from the University of San Diego. He is currently a doctoral student at North Carolina State University’s program in Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media. He began his career in journalism as a sports writer and later became a news writer, eventually specializing in law, technology, and media. As senior editor at Broadcasting & Cable magazine, he wrote and helped direct coverage about the business and content of television news, local television, radio and the Internet. He has written and presented at various universities on news aggregation, satellite and cable policy and technology, and cameras in the courtroom.