Tag Archives: MTSU College of Mass Communication
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Nic Dugger’s TNDV is 2016 Small Business of the Year

In its July 29th edition, the Nashville Business Journal  named TNDV: Television LLC the 2016 Small Business of the Year in the Communications category as well as the Small Business of the Year Overall. 

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Mass Comm is now the College of Media and Entertainment

It’s official: The new name of MTSU’s College of Mass Communication is the College of Media and Entertainment, reflecting the college’s diverse course offerings, student opportunities and forward-thinking approach to communication education in a new era. This column by Dean Ken Paulson was published in The Tennessean this week.

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ASCAP recently held a private showcase at its offices for Nashville music publishers showcasing Middle Tennessee State University’s commercial songwriting program. Pictured top row, from left, are students Nick Carpenter, Kyle Crownover, ASCAP Vice President LeAnn Phalen, student Zach Russell, MTSU Songwriting Concentration Coordinator Odie Blackmon; bottom row, from left, “Maybe April” members Alaina Stacey, Kristen Castro and Katy Bishop. (Submitted photo.)

Nashville publishers hear MTSU student songwriters

Middle Tennessee State University’s songwriting program recently took center stage at ASCAP’s private showcase for local music publishers.

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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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TuneCore connects pros with new student artists

MTSU students recently spent an afternoon with recording industry executives thanks to digital music distributor TuneCore.

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Scholars Week showcases student and faculty prowess

MTSU Scholars Week 2015 featured prominent speakers and never-before-seen demonstrations to campus while highlighting award-winning research posters created by students and faculty.

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Mass Comm students rack up at AP Awards

Students and faculty from the School of Journalism, Department of Electronic Media Communication and WMOT Radio are still celebrating after attending the Tennessee Associated Press College Awards banquet in Nashville in March.

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Mass Comm applauds some of its exceptional people

Top students past and present were the focus of MTSU’s College of Mass Communication April 24 awards ceremony as leaders added three prominent alumni to the college’s “Wall of Fame” and presented student scholarships and awards for this academic year.

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Recording Industry Career Fair draws over 30 reps

Mass Comm’s main street was packed the morning of April 7 with booths from multiple music companies – Sony/SATV Music Publishing, Music City Roots and SESAC, just to name a few – for Recording Industry’s annual Career Fair.

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Fiddler Matt Brown to entertain twice on April 9

Matt Brown will perform American roots music on Thursday, April 9, at 1:30 p.m. in the Walker Library Atrium, where he’ll feature a vast stockpile of toe-tapping square dance tunes, nostalgic solo pieces and a variety of songs from classical to country.

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Chris Harris rare photos answer the call

What do Jerry Lee Lewis and one of the leading civil-rights organizations in the South have in common?

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Social media pervasiveness subject of Rushkoff lecture

Media theorist Douglas Rushkoff will tackle the subject of social media’s pervasiveness in our culture on Monday, April 6, at 7 p.m.

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