The National Broadcasting Society (NBS) held its 78th annual National Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition on Saturday, March 14th in Burbank, California, and four College of Journalism and Mass Communications students won grand prize trophies.
Junior Advertising and Public Relations and Graphic Design double major, Destiney Chitrodom decided to add ADPR onto her studies at the beginning of her sophomore year.
“I always knew I wanted to incorporate my design knowledge into something even bigger, and I heard so many great things about CoJMC from my peers and professors.”
Senior broadcasting and sports media and communications double major Allie Snow entered two radio projects from a course taught by Professor Barney McCoy into the Hearst Media Competition on a whim.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications was well represented at the 2020 ADDY Awards, sponsored by AAF Omaha.
Senior advertising and public relations major Kimberly Chungong and senior broadcasting and advertising and public relations major Celine Hayes have received AAF’s Most Promising Multicultural Student awards. They attended the MPMS conference from Feb. 10-13, along with Interim Dean Amy Struthers, in New York City.
Twelve students had the opportunity to report on the Iowa caucuses Feb. 1-3. They made connections with news organizations, photographers and multimedia journalists from all over the country and world. CoJMC faculty members Jill Martin, Olga Pierce and John Shrader accompanied the students.
Six broadcasting production students are finalists in the National Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition, sponsored by National Broadcasting Society (NBS). The grand prize trophies will be awarded Saturday, March 14th, at the 78th annual NBS/AERho convention in Burbank, California.
by Molly Roe
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications has two upcoming events that will offer hands-on learning opportunities for students and complement the media production option for broadcasting majors.
by Molly Roe
Winners have been announced in the Multimedia I/Narrative Video Storytelling Competition of the 2019-2020 Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Kenneth Ferriera, a senior journalism major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications, received eighth place.
Rhiannon "Rhi" Bennett is the definition of a go-getter. She runs her own photography business Rhiannon B Photography and her sorority's social media channels, Delta Gamma-Kappa Chapter. Fun fact about Rhi— she grew up thrifting and still loves to create outfits for herself and others. Rhi fuels her love for fashion by working part-time at The Buckle✨
This junior advertising and public relations major is grateful for CoJMC because here she's encouraged by professors to exercise creativity and let her personality shine through in classwork. Her advice for current students? Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and try something new!
by Molly Roe
Nine students at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications recently took part in an immersive new pop-up course that allowed them to learn about audiobook narration. The Audiobook Narration class, led by Assistant Professor of Practice Kaci Richter, met from August through October.