Tag Archives: Ken Paulson
Beverly Keel. Photo compliments of Nashville Business Journal.

Beverly Keel named new college dean

Beverly Keel, chair of our top-ranked Department of Recording Industry, will take the reins of the university’s College of Media and Entertainment as its new dean, University Provost Mark Byrnes announced to campus on Oct. 23.

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Media students enjoy ACM Awards opportunity

College of Media and Entertainment students and faculty got some behind-the scenes instruction at rehearsals before the April 7 Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.

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Central Magnet student Rebecca King focuses her camera as CMS freshman Ross Eady looks on as they cover the Stamps-Baxter Music Camp at MTSU for a video story. The budding journalists attended MTSU’s Innovation J-Camp July 11-15.

Innovation J-Camp offers multimedia experiences

Fourteen youngsters this summer delved into the world of professional journalism in a supportive, fun-filled multimedia environment.

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Pulitzer winner Meacham on campus Feb. 9

Pulitzer Prize-winning author, historian and journalist Jon Meacham will discuss presidential politics and his new book, The New York Times No. 1 best-seller “Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush,” on Tuesday, Feb. 9, beginning at 4:30 pm at MTSU’s Student Union Ballroom.

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Studio M prepares students for millennial journalism

To prepare its students for successful careers in an ever-changing media landscape, the College of Media and Entertainment has launched a “teaching hospital” approach to journalism that focuses on mobile storytelling about issues facing millennials.

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Abby White joins College as development director

Abby White recently joined Middle Tennessee State University as development director for the College of Media and Entertainment.

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MTSU a huge presence at Americana Festival

Students and faculty from MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment contributed in a number of ways to the success of the 16th annual Americana Music Festival and Conference in Nashville.

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Hillary Scott pledges recording scholarship

Former MTSU student and current Lady Antebellum member Hillary Scott is giving back to her alma mater by establishing a scholarship for aspiring female music industry students within the university’s recently renamed College of Media and Entertainment.

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Members of the Innovation J-Camp edit their video projects in the Center for Innovation in Media.

High-schoolers learn the ropes at Innovation J-Camp

Murfreesboro’s Haley Perkins called it “a real-life experience” and “insight (into) what journalism is about.”

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Bonnaroo 2015 MTSU Student

Covering Bonnaroo: MTSU students hands-on at festival

About 40 College of Mass Communication students, faculty and staff braved the heat and rain for the opportunity to promote 24/7 coverage of the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

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Freedom sang in October in Seigenthaler’s honor

It was a night of heartwarming and sometimes heartrending performances as Mass Comm Dean Ken Paulson’s “Freedom Sings” honored the life of the late Nashville journalist and activist John Seigenthaler.

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Mass Comm’s Bonnaroo symposium packs the house

Bonnaroo began as a way to reinvigorate outdoor music festivals, its organizers said Wednesday, Oct. 8, at MTSU, and over the last 13 years has used its business model to embrace and expand on the same peaceful, inclusive culture of the events that inspired it.

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