In conjunction with the Society for Photographic Education 2014 regional conference, the Baldwin Photographic Gallery is featuring the works of Huger Foote and Michael Peven until Oct. 17.
The Center for Popular Music has acquired another priceless set of recordings that preserve the musical offerings of the U.S. South.
Three College of Mass Communication employees have been recognized for outstanding service to MTSU and the community.
Representing excellence in newspaper, television and radio news, six veteran journalists were inducted into the second class of the Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame before a capacity crowd in August at Murfreesboro’s Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center.
Longtime Midstate journalist Pat Embry has been selected as the new director of MTSU’s John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies.
MTSU professor Beverly Keel, chair of the Department of Recording Industry, has been named among the winners of The Nashville Business Journal’s inaugural Women in Music City Awards.
When Stephen Foust announced his retirement as director of the Center for Innovation in Media, he left big shoes to fill. Stepping into them is journalist Val Hoeppner.
MTSU’s College of Mass Communication is a hub for digital animation, teaching students how to bring their ideas to life in motion pictures, video games, motion graphics and more.
The College of Mass Communication Wall of Fame is getting a digital makeover.
Match Records artist Luke Caccetta recently celebrated the launch of his debut album Cheers with a series of promotional performances across Middle Tennessee. Match Records is MTSU’s student-run artist development and recording studio.
Four seniors in the Department of Recording Industry were presented in May with $11,000 worth of microphone and studio equipment as the grand-prize winners of Shure Inc.’s “Fantastic Scholastic Recording Competition.”
When you ask Nic Dugger how much the Department of Electronic Media’s TV truck meant to him while a student at MTSU, he responds with a letter he wrote to the world the night he thought he would never see “Old Blue” again.
MTSU’s Department of Electronic Media Communication held its second annual “First Look” media festival at the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville on May 8.
Anne MacFie, a folksinger/songwriter/storyteller from eastern Kentucky, will visit Mass Comm on April 25 to present a lunchtime concert at the Center for Popular Music.
The College of Mass Communication honored both students and alumni at the annual Wall of Fame and Student Awards ceremony on March 28.
A new partnership is in the works between the College of Mass Communication and Bonnaroo.
Mass Comm journalism graduate Phil Williams has won his third George Foster Peabody Award.
Students and faculty from the School of Journalism and Department of Electronic Media Communication are celebrating after attending the recent Tennessee Associated Press College Awards banquet in Nashville.
Recording Industry alumnus, GRAMMY winner and hit songwriter Luke Laird shared his tips for music success when he spoke April 2 in the Mass Communication Building.
Award-winning broadcaster Soledad O’Brien delivered the keynote address in March for MTSU’s National Women’s History Month celebration at the Student Union Ballroom.
Meg Downey, recently retired managing editor of The Tennessean, and Andrew Maraniss, partner in McNeely, Pigott and Fox, shared the podium for the second annual “PR vs. Journalism: Five Things I Hate about …” debate on Tuesday, April 8.