Joshua M. Scacco (PhD, The University of Texas at Austin, 2014) is an associate professor in the Department of Communication at the University of South Florida. He also serves as a faculty research associate with the Center for Media Engagement and is a faculty researcher with the USF-Nielsen Sunshine State Survey. He specializes in political communication, media content and effects, and quantitative research methods. Josh’s research is focused on how emerging communication technologies influence established agents in American political life, including news organizations and the presidency. He is the co-author, with Kevin Coe, of The Ubiquitous Presidency: Presidential Communication and Digital Democracy in Tumultuous Times (Oxford University Press). Before joining USF, Josh served on the faculty at Purdue University, worked in public relations at the state and federal level, and worked for a member of legislative leadership in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as well as a U.S. senator.