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The Ky. Broadcasters Assoc. and WKU will host their inaugural Radio Talent Institute July 22-31. This workshop covers practically all aspects of the business, including on-air, programming, production, promotions, news and sports, sales . . .
Imagewest, a student-run advertising and public relations agency at WKU, will be traveling to England this summer. They will spend four weeks working for Harlaxton Manor in Grantham.
With a first-place finish in multimedia and a third-place finish in photojournalism, WKU's School of Journalism & Broadcasting placed fifth overall in the 53rd annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program. WKU has finished among the nation's top eight in the
Brad Pfranger, assistant professor of broadcasting has been elected to the National Press Photographers Association Board of Directors. Pfranger replaces Mark Dolan, who was elected NPPA’s vice president.
NEW YORK CITY, NY — More than 450 top media executives from around the globe and a team of WKU multiplatform student journalists have gathered in New York City this week for meetings on the future of news brands.
When the photographers Pablo Corral Vega and Loup Langton held the first Pictures of the Year Latin America contest in 2011, they had no idea how many submissions they would receive.
WKU’s Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and SJ&B hosted the 33rd annual Mark of Excellence Newspaper, Broadcasting and Online awards ceremony March 29. More than 100 Kentucky high school journalists from seven high schools attended.
The Kentucky Associated Press Broadcaster Awards were announced on April 6th. Broadcast seniors in the School of Journalism & Broadcasting won four top awards and two honorable mentions in the college division.
"Hope for Haiti? Rebuilding A Nation" a photographic exhibition which puts its focus on the people of Haiti opens April 5 in the MMTH gallery and continues through April 26.
Todd Gillman, Washington bureau chief for The Dallas Morning News, will present “Beltway Blues: Covering Congress and the White House for a regional news outlet” at 7 p.m. Monday, April 8, in MMTH. Live coverage: http://bit.ly/toddgillman
WKU students finish 1st, 2nd in Hearst multimedia news contest; Broadcasting students honored in BEA 2015 Festival of Media Arts
Journalists will be 2015 John B. Gaines Family Lecture Series Guests
Inductees Include Rick Loomis, Pulitizer Prize-Winning Photojournalist and SJ&B '94 Graduate
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