Baldwin Gallery pulls from archives for notable exhibit

The Baldwin Photographic Gallery’s new exhibit features photographs from the gallery’s archives, with works by Ansel Adams, Jerry Uelsmann and other famous photographers.

Dr. Pitts and two students attend Miami NATPE meeting

Greg Pitts, director for the School of Journalism, hosted a group of 36 college professors from around the country participating in this year’s National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) ...

Media Arts keeps pace with industry’s interactive media

The Department of Media Arts is keeping in sync with the field of interactive media by adding courses in virtual reality and offering a new Bachelor of Science in Interactive ...

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Students and faculty watch “The Post” for primer on journalistic integrity

A cold, rainy weekend didn’t stop a small group of MTSU media students, faculty and staff from recently viewing a cinematic snapshot of First Amendment history.

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Alumna Carla Moore is author and HBO powerhouse

Carla Moore, College of Media and Entertainment alumna and vice president of Sales Strategy and Education for Home Box Office (HBO) in New York, recently authored a book entitled “Crash! Leading Through the Wreckage: Using Personal Power to Transform Your Leadership.”

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White featured at Women Who Rock event

Abby White, director of development for the College of Media and Entertainment and WMOT 89.5 Roots Radio, was a featured guest speaker at the Who Knew … Women Who Rock event at the City Winery on Jan. 25.

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Alumnus Wright moves up at Universal Music Group

Recording Industry alumnus Brian Wright was recently named Universal Music Group (UMG) executive vice president of A&R. The promotion follows his tenure as the label’s senior vice president of A&R.

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NYT Pulitzer winner discusses war and its costs

The Feb. 6 Pulitzer Prize Series talk at MTSU, entitled “War and Its Costs ” kicked off in the Student Union’sParliamentary Room with a riveting video from The New York Times.

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Alumnus Luke Laird signs with Sony/ATV

Luke Laird, a 2001 alumnus of the Department of Recording Industry, has signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Creative Nation.

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Alumna nabs a slew of international writing awards

An alumna of the MTSU Media and Communication M.S. program recently received a number of awards within the media and communications industries.

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Ann Power, NPR music critic, packs CPM for book talk

The Center for Popular Music brought “Good Booty” to campus on Jan. 29.

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Keel chats with band Secret Sisters during Grammy week

The Secret Sisters, an Americana duo that includes MTSU alumna Laura Rogers, was honored by the College of Media and Entertainment at its annual industry event preceding the Grammy Awards, held this year in New York City.

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Four Dee Rees films featured for Black History Month

Dee Rees, filmmaker, screenwriter and Nashville native, made history in January as the first African-American woman ever to be nominated for an Oscar for Writing (adapted screenplay).

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MTSU At Grammys 2018

MTSU students pitch in for MusiCares at the Grammys

NEW YORK — Middle Tennessee State University was out front Friday, Jan.26, as Fleetwood Mac was honored as this year’s Person of the Year by MusiCares, the centerpiece charitable event of the Grammys.

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Animation team produces film for autism awareness

It all began in October 2016 when Kevin McNulty, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, and Guanping Zheng, director of the Confucius Institute, were invited to Qingdao University of Science and Technology in Quingdao, China, to participate in an animation film festival to raise autism awareness.

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