Changing the World One Story at a Time
Journalists inform society and even act as change agents in certain fields. The basis of all areas of journalism is telling a story well. Journalists must use writing and multimedia storytelling talents on multiple platforms, including blogging, online reporting, social media, which expands their audience immensely. To satisfy the constant need for news and information, this program equips students with the ability to gather, package and produce concise multimedia content.
What Will I Learn?
- Report, write, edit and produce an unbiased story
- Blogging, social media, and developing digital content
- Produce news and sports content for television, radio and other various platforms
- Interviewing, announcing and live reporting techniques
- Multimedia storytelling using images and video content
- Building an organization's image, campaign development, and managing internal and/or external relations
Your success is our success.
Whether working with students on class projects or honors theses, team projects or
student groups, advising or chatting when we run into you on campus, we take the time
to get to know our students. All of the faculty in the School are active in research
creative endeavors, balancing disciplinary leadership positions, and serving the university in important ways, but we always find time to help students. Your success is our success.
- Reporters, Editors, Writers, and Bloggers
- Event manager, public relations specialist
- Communications Director
- Multimedia Reporter, Producer
- David McRaney, 2007
- Teresa Collier, 1986
Director of News and Public Affairs, Mississippi Public Broadcasting
- Ted Jackson, 1984
Photojournalist, New Orleans Times-Picayune
- Rachel Quinlivan West, 2004
Senior Editor/Brand Leader, Time Inc. Books
- Ali Holston, 2011
Producer, CNN, Atlanta, GA
- Charles Bishop "Chuck" Scarborough III, 1969
Anchor, WNBC New York