SIUE Mass Communications department has announced the following scholarships for students for the 2017 academic year. Students apply online at siue.academicworks.com Prospective Students: If you are considering applying to SIUE, please click the Show Filters button to the right and indicate that you are a prospective student to learn more about our prestigious opportunities for incoming freshmen … More Apply for 2017 MASS COMMUNICATIONS SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS
Do you enjoy writing but don’t know where to publish? The Alestle Blog is open to all appropriate topics from Sports, Education and SIUe News. This is great opportunity for SIUE Mass Comm. students to get an inside look at how freelance work is used in the media and to practice their writing skills. Interested … More The Alestle seeking freelance writers for Blog
The documentary Sanctuary has won the 2016 Fusion Doc Challenge at the Slamdance Film Festival. The film by directors Ashley Seering and Cory Byers profiles an abandoned church that was given a second chance. We were able to talk with Cory Beyers, the SIUE Mass Comm. Instructor to discuss Sanctuary and how teaching at SIUE has impacted his work outside the … More “Sanctuary” Q & A with director Cory Byers
The documentary Sanctuary has won the 2016 Fusion Doc Challenge at the Slamdance Film Festival. The film by directors Ashley Seering, and Cory Byers profiles an abandoned church that was given a second chance. Cory Byers is an Instructor in the Department of Mass Communications, the Director of Video Services, the faculty advisor for the Advertising Club, and … More “Sanctuary” wins Fusion Doc Challenge at the Slamdance Film Festival
In the December issue of Radio Ink Magazine, the editors at Radio Ink have named the Top 35 shows in sports radio for 2016. Darin Pritchett, a 1995 SIUE Mass Comm. graduate made the list at #35 for his work on WSBT Radio South Bend’s Weekday Sportsbeat. Pritchett also calls Norte Dame hockey games and … More SIUE Mass Comm. Alumnus Named Among Top Hosts in Sports Radio
Dr. Shaheen contributed to a weekend release of an article named, “Exploiting fear of Muslims? The far right has nothing on liberal Hollywood”. The article shows how Hollywood productions have capitalized on the fears of the mainstream public by portraying Muslims as terrorists. By using this fear, Muslims are viewed by the public as religious … More SIUE Mass Comm. professor emeritus Jack Shaheen featured in Los Angeles Times
We say goodbye to the SIUE Global Village Fall 2016 with a behind the scenes look at the making of the student run television show. Stay tuned in 2017 for more SIUE Global Village!
In this week’s “Best of” show, GV plays Overwatch, flies drones, gets scared by a short film, hears a new twist on an old story, and visits Archon. SIUE Global Village Fall 2016 Episode 11 from SIUE Global Village on Vimeo.
Summary of Responsibilities The Multimedia Editing Specialist will serve as a full time member of the Multimedia Video unit with the St. Louis Cardinals Communications Department. They will support the Multimedia Video unit by ensuring optimal workflow of media from field shoots to archive. In addition, they are responsible for editing episodes of the weekly … More St. Louis Cardinals seeking Multimedia Editing Specialist
This week, GV goes up above some St. Louis landmarks, has some interesting Interactions, hits the Oregon Trail, checks in with the SIUE Men’s Soccer Team, and hears what it’s like to be a nude model. SIUE Global Village Fall 2016 Episode 10 from SIUE Global Village on Vimeo.