NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jessie Scott, program director of MTSU’s public radio station, WMOT-FM, and Andrew Oppmann, the university’s vice president for marketing and communications, are featured..
About 160 Blackman Collegiate Academy freshmen and sophomores gained a quick glimpse of the Middle Tennessee State University campus Tuesday (March 13). They spent a..
The load of homework and not having time to join student organizations is a struggle many college students deal with, but if you can balance..
As the new general manager of MTSU’s WMTS-FM 88.3, Anthony Williams plans to add visual components to drive innovation within the studio. The MTSU senior,..
MTSU’s WMTS-FM 88.3 student radio station is saying its good-byes to its general manager as she embarks on her new journey as a television host...
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..
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