Tag Archives: MTSU Department of Electronic Media Communication

Video the seas for unique internship

Imagine yourself visiting exotic locations aboard a world-class scientific research ship, exploring the ocean depths via remote video cameras. Sunken ships, deep-sea creatures and possibly even sunken treasure await.

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Artlightenment features Pondillo, Athens Project

MTSU professors and students will be recognized at the seventh annual multi-media art and film festival, Artlightenment, which will showcase dozens of visual artists, painters, sculptors and filmmakers on Nov. 7, 12, 13 and 14 at The Celebrity Centre in Nashville.

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College teams up with MusicRowSearch

MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment is joining with MusicRowSearch, a music-industry executive recruitment firm, to host a Sept. 24 event to help inform and connect music-industry professionals.

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T-shirt party kicks off College renaming

The College of Mass Communication is now the College of Media and Entertainment, and a T-shirt party on Aug. 26 certainly helped spread the word.

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Dr. Dennis Oneal (right) receives the highest honor from the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters.

Dennis Oneal retires with TAB’s highest honor

Dennis Oneal, Ph.D., was recently recognized for his outstanding service in the broadcast industry at the 67th Tennessee Association of Broadcasters (TAB) awards in Murfreesboro.

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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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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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Attkisson to talk obstruction of investigative journalism

Award-winning investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson will discuss governmental intimidation of journalists, network news’ increasing reliance on pop-culture “reporting” over investigative news and more when she visits MTSU Tuesday, April 7.

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Students and alums win big at MidSouth Emmy Awards

MTSU Mass Communication students and alumni were well represented on both sides of the camera during the Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards on Jan. 31 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

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Dr. Clare Bratten examines “Orange is the New Black”

MTSU professor Clare Bratten peeked behind the prison bars of the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” during her Feb. 26 lecture in Room 100 of the James Union Building.

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