MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Hot dust turned to soggy mud Sunday, June 10, in Coffee County, but that didn’t stop students from Middle Tennessee State University’s College..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Capturing and recording high-quality sound coming from the Who Stage at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival means solving a lot of different..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — The nondescript set of white tents and port-a-potties that make up the media compound at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival seem dull compared..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — It may be the fifth year that Middle Tennessee State University has deployed a team of multimedia communicators to cover the Bonnaroo Music..
JACKSON, Tenn. — MTSU’s “Take a Closer Look” messaging, a multimedia effort to underscore the many pride points of the university, was recognized by the Tennessee..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Greg Reish Synopsis: The director of the Center for Popular Music describes writing the text for a collection of previously unpublished..
National media outlets recently quoted MTSU faculty experts on such topics as white supremacists, the pension crisis in Russia, the possible execution of poachers in..
Publishing a carefully curated collection of previously unrecorded tunes by the late John Hartford was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program...
A wealth of previously undiscovered creativity from the pen of one of America’s most original musicians will come to light this summer with help from..
MTSU students will combine old-fashioned information gathering and new technology to bring an historical site closer to the public. The Digital History Program’s “Maymester Experience”..
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