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Student learn hands-on flair at CMAs

Students from the College of Media and Entertainment went behind-the-scenes at the 52nd Country Music Association Awards in November 2018 to learn from the media professionals staging one of the industry’s biggest award telecasts.

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Dialogue on Fire explores social injustice

Tom Neff’s striking work is featured in the new exhibit in Baldwin Photographic Gallery.

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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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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 and lesser-known music events, locations and stories across the state.

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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.

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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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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. 18 at 7 p.m.

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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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