UPDATE: Six JEM students recognized for their work on four videos
Six Journalism and Electronic Media students have been recognized for their work on four videos.
The promotional video “Streetwise: Burn the Night – Trailer,” created by Emily Blocher and Hanna-Margaret Allen, was the first place winner for CCI and one of the Best of Show winners for the overall competition in the recent Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA) competition at UT.
It has also won first place in the promotional category at the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Festival of Media Arts.
Gabi Caballero, a JEM senior, and Sara Corkern, a JEM junior, received top honors in the … Read more “UPDATE: Six JEM students recognized for their work on four videos”
D’Arcy, Martinez present papers at Broadcast Education Association conference
Communication and Information doctoral student Denae D’Arcy presented a paper co-authored with Assistant Professor Mike Martinez, “Setting the Record Straight: A First Amendment Right to Video Police in Public,” at the Broadcast Education Association’s annual conference in Las Vegas, April 4-7, 2013.
D’Arcy also participated in a BEA panel focused on “Where Do We Draw the Line? Interacting (or Not) with Students on Twitter.”
School welcomes Mike Wiseman to TVC
Wiseman says he has a “passion for TV and teaching,” and is “looking forward to taking the TV station to the next level.”
Wiseman will work with professors and students on video production projects, programming, and plans to guest lecture in classes as needed.
Wiseman comes to the school from WBIR-TV Channel 10, where he was a senior producer. His career includes production positions at WATE-TV Channel 6, MTV, ABC New York as a special project … Read more “School welcomes Mike Wiseman to TVC”