Center for Popular Music included in Tennessee Music Pathways Phase 1

MTSU’s Center for Popular Music will be among locations to be included in Phase I of the Tennessee Music Pathways, a statewide initiative that identifies, interprets, promotes and preserves well-known ...

Nic Dugger, Media Arts grad, recognized as university distinguished alumnus

For the second year in a row, a graduate of the College of Media and Entertainment has been named an MTSU Distinguished Alumnus.

Neff documentary celebrates Ed Temple and the Tigerbelles

Mr. Temple and the Tigerbelles, a new documentary written and directed by Academy Award nominee and Emmy-winning filmmaker Tom Neff, will preview at the Nashville Public Library Main Branch on Oct. ...

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Keel honored with her fifth Women in Music City Award

For the fifth straight year, MTSU Department of Recording Industry Chair Beverly Keel was honored with a Women in Music City Award from The Nashville Business Journal and also offered words of inspiration in keynote remarks at the dinner celebrating all of this year’s honorees.

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The music behind “Black Lives Matter”

The Center for Popular Music will host an Oct. 29 lecture on the music inspiring social justice movements such as Black Lives Matter.

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Animation students making international waves

MTSU’s animation students are racking up the international accolades.

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Recording Industry accepts $50,000 IEBA scholarship

The College of Media and Entertainment was recently selected to receive a $50,000 endowed scholarship from the International Entertainment Buyers Association’s Educational Outreach Fund.

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Baldwin Gallery hosts work of Susan kae Grant

The Baldwin Photographic Gallery, located in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building, is exhibiting the work of Dallas-based photographic artist Susan kae Grant until Nov. 9.

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Paulson testifies at congressional committee about First Amendment

Dean Ken Paulson of MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment joined other free speech experts for testimony Wednesday, Sept. 26, before a congressional committee examining how First Amendment rights are expressed on college campuses.

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Sultan film wins Australian Jury Prize for best documentary short

MTSU is on the map down under.

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Tuschman exhibit in Baldwin Gallery features blended techniques

Part model-maker, part painter and part photographer, Richard Tuschman produces photography that’s a blend of both old and new techniques.

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Animation students win big at Chinese film competition

MTSU animation students returned home with some hardware after using some hands-on teamwork, technical skills and creativity during the second annual Wonderful World: 2018 International Students Ocean Short Film Exhibition held in Guiyang, China.

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Students cover Bonnaroo for fifth straight year

Students in the College of Media and Entertainment celebrated their fifth year of multimedia coverage at the 2018 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

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High schoolers learn multiplatform journalism at summer J-Camp

High school students interested in a journalism career were in luck, thanks to a summer opportunity provided by the Center for Innovation in Media.

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Recording Industry makes Billboard’s list again

MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is back on Billboard’s semi-annual list of the nation’s top music business schools, once again joining its counterparts at Berklee, UCLA and New York University as standouts in educating the next generation of music industry pros.

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