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Media reform discussed in public lecture

In a public lecture last evening, the head of the major media reform organization in the United States discussed the need for public participation in how media-related policies are created.

The School of Journalism and the Scripps College of Communication co-sponsored the presentation by Craig Aaron, president & CEO of Free Press, held at in the Baker Center Theatre.

October 25, 2011 | comments (1)

Phil Rees visits Scripps J-School at Ohio University

Sept. 28 and 29 EW Scripps School of Journalism and the International Institute of Journalism hosted Phil Rees as a special guest speaker.

Phil Rees Star of India dinner

Students were able to follow the life of documentary and international journalism through the eyes of this producer. Rees came to several classes within the journalism school such as J-Freshman Newsroom, Midday, and TV Broadcast News. Here the international journalist showed pieces of different documentaries he has worked on all across the world. With over forty documentaries on his resume`, Rees has done exclusive work with the Al Jazeera network and been on the front lines of numerous war conflicts, places many journalists have never been.

October 20, 2011 | comments (0)

IIJ and SPJ bring Antigone Barton to OU

By: Morgan Sigrist IIJ Ambassador
October 24th through the 26th, the International Institute of Journalism and the Society of Professional Journalists join together to bring international health journalist Antigone Barton. As part of the Pulitzer Center of Crisis, Barton has spent the last seven years working extensively on the AIDS epidemic both abroad and in South Florida.

Throughout her visit at OU, Antigone Barton will be speaking to Students for Global Media and Diversity along with Zambian students. It is her hope to teach students the importance of international affairs, and the importance of studying abroad for journalism and communication students. She will be speaking to the Zambian students as they prepare for their trip over winter intersession, and help to prepare these students for the opportunity to learn and grow as journalists from this experience.

October 20, 2011 | comments (0)

Scripps PRSSA gains national recognition for outstanding newsletter

Congratulations to our PRSSA chapter for winning the “Outstanding Chapter Newsletter” award.

To be eligible for a Teahan Award, chapters must follow precise guidelines and be in good standing with national PRSSA. The chapter received $200 along with a plaque.

October 18, 2011 | comments (0)

Advising week: It’s here

If you haven’t already done so, sign up for an appointment with your adviser. Semesters are coming.

Thanks to Prof. Jatin Srivastava and his graphics students for creating the poster. Here are some other posters created for our advising-for-semesters campaign.

October 18, 2011 | comments (0)

Lee Camp appearing tonight in Baker Center Theatre

At 7 p.m. we will have the inaugural Mel Helitzer Humor in Communication Lecture, featuring comedian and commentator Lee Camp (leecamp.net). Read more about this event at this Facebook event page.

Encourage your friends and family NOT in Athens to tune in online to either or both.

October 17, 2011 | comments (0)

Monday events include ombudsmen panel

3:10-4:30 we will have Andy Alexander (formerly of the Washington Post), Alicia Shepard (formerly of NPR) and Mark Prendergast (Stars and Stripes) on a panel about their experiences as ombudsmen. The title of the panel: “Helping A Frustrated Public Talk Back: Media Ombudsmen in an Age of Mistrust” (Scripps 111). This event is open to all faculty, students, and the general public. [listen to podcast]

Replay of panel on YouTube:

October 13, 2011 | comments (0)

Linda Negro talks with feature writing class as part of 2011 Scripps Day

Every year news managers and other key decision makers from the E.W. Scripps Company come to Athens to speak to students in the Scripps College of Communication.

Linda Negro speaking to students in feature writing class

October 12, 2011 | comments (0)

Drop by for our Homecoming reception

Journalism alumni back in Athens for Homecoming should drop by Scripps Hall immediately after the parade to meet up with former (and new!) professors, classmates, staff and JSchool Ambassadors.

Former director Ralph Izard is back in town and plans to attend, which probably will be a highlight for many alums from the “Riz” generation. Many Posties will remember fondly Ralph’s work as adviser to The Post.

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October 11, 2011 | comments (0)

Brian Stelter from nytimes drops in on scrippsjschool’s JOUR101

Because my JOUR 101 students subscribe to the Times this quarter, we were able to host their media reporter, Brian Stelter, for a couple of days.

October 4, 2011 | comments (0)

Widow of JSchool’s first African American grad discusses new book

Widow of first African American graduate of the JSchool interviewed by WOUB. Discusses life in Southest Ohio, as well as her husband’s experiences as a journalist.

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October 3, 2011 | comments (0)

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