NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tickets are now on sale for Songs for Service, a concert organized by country music star Rodney Atkins for Sept. 11, 2020, to benefit..
Beverly Keel, chair of MTSU’s top-ranked Department of Recording Industry, will take the reins of the university’s College of Media and Entertainment as its new..
On the October 2019 edition of “Out of the Blue” television magazine from Middle Tennessee State University, host Andrew Oppmann and his guests share details..
National media outlets recently published the views of MTSU faculty experts on city redistricting, Tennessee exports, marketing vaping to minors, a pending media merger, the..
MTSU’s 12thannual Alumni Summer College recently drew 75 attendees from eight states for three days of nonstop events. Attendees experienced “That’s Entertainment”-themed activities from the..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A new live entertainment venue on the Middle Tennessee State University campus will be named the Chris Young Café to honor the multiplatinum Nashville entertainer’s continued..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Although Sunday was the last day on the job for MTSU College of Media and Entertainment students at the Bonnaroo campus, for..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — It was a busy third day Saturday, June 15, for MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment students at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — MTSU’s second day on its Bonnaroo Campus kicked things up a notch as College of Media and Entertainment students worked Friday, June 14, to capture..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — It’s showtime for the sixth year in a row for Middle Tennessee State University students who are part of a team of multimedia communicators..
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