Sto * ry * tel * ler (n.):
One who conveys information using many forms of media, including written word, dynamic video, evocative still photos, audio narratives, interactive games and any combination of multimedia. Relies on traditional communication skills while using cutting-edge tools and technologies.
How will you tell the story?
Welcome to the Indiana University Media School, where we are redefining storytelling for the 21st century. The school is the nexus of Indiana University’s acclaimed programs in journalism, telecommunications and cinema, a comprehensive school for students and researchers exploring all forms of media.
Our programs are designed to help you advance toward your chosen career in media, whether you want to produce documentaries, research new forms of communication, report on international events or pursue any number of other fields that require a mastery of media skills and concepts.
Our full curriculum and degrees will be unveiled later this fall. But we can tell you this: The Media School will offer unparalleled academic and technical resources and a flexible, sophisticated curriculum. Graduates of the new school will be among the nation’s best prepared to create and understand 21st-century media.
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