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.
Associate dean Betsi Grabe will speak this week at Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador about gender gaps in both production and consumption of news.
IU students took first and third in the spot feature writing competition.
The television search technology SnapStream is aiding faculty members in their research.
Fargo discussed coverage of President Donald Trump and politics with Washington Post reporter Paul Farhi.
The study reflects on the importance of political organization-public relationships.
Mailland presented his research on net neutrality and the history of video games in September.
Mailland spoke about the impact of Minitel, the world’s first mass-scale online system that ran for more than 30 years.