2022. November 22, 2022. “JFK Assassination Round Table.” Live In Studio TV. PBD Podcast - Episode 207. DiEugenio, James; Montague, David R.; Titovets, Ernst; and Gregory Paul. Patrick Bet-David, Moderator. Valuetainment Media. Fort Lauderdale, FL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rALahlt_fXc
2022. November 21, 2022. Bookmark. Where We Live - Familiar Faces: David R. Montague | Little Rock. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. By Jennifer Ellis.
2018. “Three Strikes And I Am Not Out: The Raye Montague Story.” Website created by Morgan Davis, Olivia Flowers, and Henry Mitchell. Brenda Hainey; Student Project Mentor. http://59344511.weebly.com/.
2018. Lifted Glasses, Gentle Jokes: Sheriff under friendly fire at Roast & Toast fundraiser. By Helaine R. Williams; Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Sunday, July 8, 2018. D. LR3.
2017. Television Interview. “UALR student car-jacked in parking lot.” By Erika Ferrando, KTHV. 6:17 PM. CST January 19, 2017.
2017. “It’s All About You… Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office. Reserve Deputy Association.” Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee News. U.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Arkansas. Volume 5, Issue 1. January-February-March 2017. Page 11.
2016 Radio Interview Panelist, along with Dr. Clarence Lusane, Dr. Artemesia Stanberry, Dr. Joseph McCormick, Dr. Donn Davis, and Dr. Pearl Ford Dowe. Inside the Issues with Wilmer Leon Show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio – Channel 126.
2014. Radio Interview Panelist, along with Dr. Pearl Ford-Dowe. Dr. Wilmer Leon Show on Sirius XM Radio – Channel 126. “Inside the Issues: An analysis of blacks in post-election week Senate race in Arkansas and potential impact nationally.”
2014. Radio Interview Panelist. Dr. Wilmer Leon Show on Sirius XM Radio – Channel 126. “What impact will the midterm elections have on various aspects of society?” A discussion on state politics, the economy, laws, and criminal justice.
2014. “Racial data target in juvenile crime.” (September 24, 2014). Arkansas Democrat Gazette Online. Pulaski County Notebook. By Emily Walkenhorst.
2014. “Rally for nursing home residents.” Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Tuesday, October 14, 2014. Arkansas Section. 2B.
2014. “LR officer to interview for chief: Lawman known for community work 1st of 3 to face forum.” (May 8, 2014). Arkansas Democrat Gazette Online. By Spencer Willems.
2013. “David Montague to Speak about JFK Assassination at Section’s General Meeting at the 2013 ACJS Dallas Conference.” By Martin Greenberg. The Security Newsletter: The official newsletter of the Section on Security and Crime Prevention, The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Spring 2013 Special ACJS Conference Issue.
2013. Interviewed by Malcolm Glover of KUAR Radio during the 2013 Residents Rights Rally at the Arkansas State Capitol. Topic: “ The importance of involving students in doing community work to benefit older Arkansans who either are or were incarcerated.” Segment aired October 8-10, 2013.
2012. Part of Documentary along with Dr. Charles D. Chastain. Breaking Down the Walls: The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program at UALR. Ms. Cheryl Hellmann and Dr. Christina Drale; producers. University Television.
2012. Interviewed live along with Ms. Edna Ramirez on La Pantera (Spanish Radio) 1440 AM – KTUV by Jorge Luna in support of the Parental Education Project.
2012. Video recording of November 23, 2012 presentation in Dallas, TX to the Coalition On Political Assassinations (COPA) Conference and placed on the LRC Blog. Story by Charles Burris entitled “Live at the Grassy Knoll, Dealey Plaza.” http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/126921.html.
2012. Phone interview by Russ Baker, Founder and editor, www.WhoWhatWhy.org, with respect to the structure and function of the U.S. Assassination Records Review Board. September 21, 2012.
2012. Interviewed by Jonathan Athens, KARK 4 News (Little Rock, Arkansas) for the Television segment “Arkansas Prof Will Get Inside Look at JFK Documents.” September 14, 2012.
2012. Provided an oral history to Stephen Fagin of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza on investigative role as a former member of the U.S. Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB). This is the first oral history provided by a former ARRB member to the museum as part of their Oral History Project. https://www.jfk.org/oral_histories/dr-david-montague/
2012. Interviewed along with Little Rock Chapter of The Links, Inc. President Deborah Frazier for a KUAR Radio (Little Rock, Arkansas) “UALR Difference of Degree” radio spot. Addressed how the Links sponsored a book signing to support UALR faculty addressing social issues.
2011. Interviewed along with UALR Institute on Race and Ethnicity Director Adjoa A. Aiyetoro, J.D. for a KUAR Radio (Little Rock, Arkansas) “UALR Difference of Degree” radio spot. Addressed how the Institute recently co-sponsored a panel on Race and Justice in the 21st Century, held at North Carolina Central University with their Political Science Department.
2011. Crime, safety focus of workshop in LR (November 19, 2011). Arkansas Democrat Gazette Online. By The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
2011. Interviewed (via phone) along with Dr. Artemesia Stanberry regarding the Travesty of Justice: the politics of crack cocaine and the dilemma of the Congressional Black Caucus. On With Dr. Wilmer Leon Radio Show. Sirius XM Radio Channel 128. Washington, DC.
2011. Interviewed (via phone) along with Dr. Artemesia Stanberry regarding the book Travesty of Justice: the politics of crack cocaine and the dilemma of the Congressional Black Caucus. The Talk Back Radio Show with Professor Val Atkinson. Raleigh, NC.
2010. Interviewed for an article published in ACJS Now, one of the national news publications of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in order to publicize nationally the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice regional conference in Little Rock, AR.
2010. Interviewed for KUAR Radio (Little Rock, Arkansas) while president of the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice for a “UALR is a Difference of Degree” radio spot. Addressed how the UALR Criminal Justice Department facilitated one of the largest regional conferences in the history of SWACJ; held in Little Rock. Aired for two weeks.
2010. Interviewed for KUAR Radio (Little Rock, Arkansas) for an “Agents of Change” radio spot. Addressed how the UALR Criminal Justice Department served as the site committee to host the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Conference in Little Rock, representing Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Aired continually for two weeks.
2010. “Outstanding, Innovative, Ground-Breaking, Brilliant!” Front page article on the Arkansas Delta Project. Arkansas SMP Newsletter (July-September 2010).