Britpop! is back! Department of Recording Industry Professor Paul Fischer once again taught the very popular course “Britpop!” – a class that is part of the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad ...
One of the College of Media and Entertainment’s MFA students has received an outstanding honor. Natasha Branch, a second year in the college’s Master in Fine Arts Recording Arts and Technologies, has been named a 2016 Bruce Swedien Scholar.
About 50 panelists from across the country and around the world visited campus May 26-28, when professors from the colleges of Media and Entertainment and Liberal Arts teamed up to host Mad Men: The Conference.
For Robert Gordon, his role in coaching students working at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, in June was all about capturing the essence of “the Roo.”
Student-run newspaper Sidelines has been receiving accolades from local news sources regarding its coverage of the Forrest Hall protests on MTSU’s campus.
Fans were out to support Match Records’ Artist Showcase on the first day of May at Soulshine Pizza Factory in Nashville.
School of Journalism Professor Sanjay Asthana spoke at the United Nation’s Alliance of Civilization Global Forum, which was held in Baku, Azerbaijan, on April 24-28, 2016.
Jim Ridley, editor of the Nashville Scene, film critic, journalist and MTSU alumnus, passed away on April 8, 2016, after suffering a cardiac event in the Scene offices on March 28. He never regained consciousness. He was 50 years old. Ridley was a native of a Murfreesboro. He completed his studies at Middle Tennessee State University, where he graduated […]
It’s about the crew. That sums up the End of Semester Show, an opportunity for students learning how to run live shows a chance to practice their craft.
Media professionals, students, faculty and alumni gathered on Tuesday, May 3, at the Regal Green Hills Cinema in Nashville to view a compilation of this year’s best student work in the Department of Electronic Media Communication.
The 2016 Wall of Fame and Student Award Ceremony not only took time to honor our notable alumni and current students but to recognize one of the most important figures in the college’s short history.
Chris Haseleu, professor emeritus of Department of Recording Industry, hosted a Las Vegas Study Tour for MTSU students during this year’s spring break. Students from the Liberal Arts and Media and Entertainment colleges attended Cirque du Soleil shows Mystere, KA, The Beatles LOVE and Michael Jackson ONE.
Students received a rare end-of-the-semester opportunity to speak one-on-one with an award-winning filmmaker and executive responsible for HBO’s John Adams, Mildred Pierce, Angels in America, From the Earth to the Moon and Cinemax’s The Knick.