Reporting HIV/AIDS in Africa takes students to Kampala, Uganda, for four weeks to report on health stories with reporters at the Daily Monitor newspaper.
Students networked with industry leaders and learned tips on storytelling and production.
The Media School’s final fall Speaker Series event was co-sponsored by the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies and the Barbara Restle Press Law Project.
“Scholarly Productivity in Communication Studies,” examined 24 communication and media journals during a five-year period.
Felzenberg is the author of a new biography on legendary political writer and activist William F. Buckley Jr.
Based on more than 1,000 online interviews with United States journalists, conducted in the fall 2013, the new book focuses on the influence of social media in the newsroom.
U.S. journalists appear to believe in their watchdog role as strongly as ever, according to the latest in a multi-decade series of studies by IU Media School researchers.
As the editing assistant, you’ll be on the inside track of school events and activities while producing content for the school.
Media Career Day featured more than 35 alumni presenting their career advice in a series of 14 panel discussions, networking sessions and one-on-one chats with students.
“The Net Neutrality Battle: What it is About and What it Means to You,” is from 5:30-6:45 p.m. Nov. 30 in Franklin Hall 312.