Media theorist Douglas Rushkoff will tackle the pervasiveness of social media in our culture — for good and bad — Monday, April 6, at a..
New York Times multimedia editor Josh Williams will visit with students in MTSU’s College of Mass Communication and present a free public lecture at the..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Center for Popular Music has completed a groundbreaking digitization project to launch its new American Vernacular Music Manuscripts website. Hundreds of..
Grammy-winning co-writer and MTSU alumnus Torrance Esmond had a few words of advice for students crowding into a mass communications classroom March 3. Edmond also..
After spending years behind the camera crafting news stories as a top decision-maker, MTSU alumnus Jeffery Reid (B.S. ’81) returned to campus Monday, Feb. 23, to..
The person at the helm of MTSU’s incubator for budding journalists was the guest on a recent edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host..
A trio on the front line of America’s most vocal civil- and human-rights unrest in decades agreed Tuesday night at MTSU: Ferguson, Missouri, has forced..
LOS ANGELES — MTSU teamed with Nashville-based Leadership Music on Sunday, Feb. 8, for a reception for Music City artists and recording executives just hours..
LOS ANGELES — MTSU honored Alicia Warwick, executive director of The Recording Academy’s Nashville chapter, at a Feb. 7 event in downtown Los Angeles as part of..
The winter 2015 edition of MTSU Magazine profiles, arguably, MTSU’s most recognizable college — the College of Mass Communication — at a time when its multifaceted..
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