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..
Murfreesboro’s Haley Perkins called it “a real-life experience.” Eric Goodwin enjoyed the “freedoms that encouraged creativity.” Perkins, a rising Blackman High School sophomore, and Goodwin,..
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