MTSU racks up at 2017 Associated Press awards

Students in the College of Media and Entertainment received 37 awards, including 12 first place awards, at the 2017 Tennessee Associated Press Broadcast and Media Editors College Contest on Saturday, ...

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Animation program ranks first in state, No. 33 in nation

Animation Career Review, an online resource for aspiring animators, game developers and more, listed MTSU’s animation program as the top in Tennessee. 

WMOT “Wired In” crew made up of students and alums

The WMOT Wired In Series kicked off Feb. 28 live from the new venue Aurora Nashville.

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EMC changes its name to Media Arts on July 1

The Department of Electronic Media Communication is changing its name to Media Arts, effective July 2017.

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Students play key role in the April 6 Ludacris concert

Students in the Department of Electronic Media Communication (soon to be Media Arts) provided all of the LED video content and programming support for the April 6 Ludacris concert at Murphy Center.

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Alum Huether a tech director for National Public Radio

MTSU alumnus Andrew Huether is the technical director of National Public Radio’s Studio 1.

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Perlman and Taylor show how string band music is done

For MTSU Scholars Week 2017, The Center for Popular Music sponsored a free public concert featuring Ken Perlman and Bobby Taylor on March 27.

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Recording Industry fair packs the house with employers

The Department of Recording Industry held the annual Career and Internship Fair earlier than usual this year in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building – and the March 2 date drew a recording breaking number of companies to campus.  

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EMC alumnus featured for Twenty One Pilots’ lighting

Tyler “Shap” Shapard, a 2014 alumnus of the Department of Electronic Media Communication, is the co-lighting designer and lighting director for the indie pop group Twenty One Pilots.

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Recording Industry ranked No. 1 by Audio Assemble

The Department of Recording Industry was recently named No. 1 in a list of the Best 25 Audio Engineering Schools in the United States by Audio Assemble.

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Free New York Times a new perq for MTSU education

With support from the College of Media and Entertainment and the Honors College, Academic Affairs is providing free electronic access for MTSU faculty, staff and students to the New York Times for the spring semester.

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Pioneer tour bus pulls up to Bragg for student learning

A shiny, black tour bus backed up in front of the Bragg Building’s loading dock on Monday, Feb. 20.

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Popular Music offers students hands-on experiences

Students from on and off campus can get a hands-on experience at the Center for Popular Music each semester.

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M.F.A. student spotlight: Meet Sarah Michele Bailey

Sarah Michele Bailey is a multi-talented MFA student in the Recording Arts and Technologies program.

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MTSU student media win big in Southeastern Journalism

MT10 and Sidelines won several awards at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Journalism Conference, held Feb. 16 to 18 at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi.

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