MTSU‘s WMOT-FM Roots Radio 89.5 joined the local “Murfreesboro Loves” initiative to boost business around the downtown square Nov. 4. WMOT featured a live four-hour broadcast..
Seniors in the Blackman Collegiate Academy spent part of their Thursday, Sept. 14, visit to MTSU learning about programs like printmaking, unmanned aerial systems and more. The..
MTSU’s WMOT-FM Roots Radio 89.5 is throwing its first birthday party Saturday, Sept. 16, in downtown Nashville, and the musical guest list is a mini-Americana..
MTSU’s Center for Innovation in Media welcomed a new group of high school students July 10-14 for the 2017 Innovation J-Camp, which exposes participants to..
MTSU’s WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 FM is creating a new connection with its audience by affiliating with VuHaus, a web platform that showcases music videos..
Approaching its 25th anniversary, MTSU’s WMTS-FM 88.3 student radio station is celebrating its diversity with the landmark appointment of its first African-American female general manager and a renewed..
Want fresh, unbiased, no-pundits-allowed live coverage of the 2016 election? You have new choices on Election Day: MTSU students, via the multiple on-air and online..
For the past week, 14 youngsters have delved into the world of professional journalism in a supportive, fun-filled multimedia environment. They departed MTSU’s second annual..
High school journalists have a great opportunity to tackle hands-on assignments in the field by attending the 2016 “Innovation J-Camp” July 11-15 at the Center..
To prepare its students for successful careers in an ever-changing media landscape, MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment is launching a “teaching hospital” approach to journalism this..
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