MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Ken Paulson pushed his sunglasses against the bridge of his nose Friday afternoon, then started to climb the ladder leading to the..
Award-winning investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson will discuss governmental intimidation of journalists, network news’ increasing reliance on pop-culture “reporting” over investigative news and more when she..
As the world marks the 70th year since the liberation of the Third Reich’s victims from Nazi death camps, Middle Tennessee State University will pause..
As the nation’s top college teams vie for basketball immortality, a dozen MTSU students are clamoring for attention in cyberspace by commenting on all the..
Media theorist Douglas Rushkoff will tackle the pervasiveness of social media in our culture — for good and bad — Monday, April 6, at a..
An MTSU professor will peek behind the prison bars of the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” in an upcoming lecture set Thursday, Feb...
One song carried the message of Grammy gold for a pair of former MTSU students Sunday night, Feb. 8. “Messengers,” co-written by 2003 music business..
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..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Carla Swank Synopsis: Carla Swank, a lecturer in the Department of Electronic Media Communication, teaches “Intro to Social Media Practice” and..
Teaching social media to millennials was the subject of a recent edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with Carla Swank,..
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