When you ask Nic Dugger how much the Department of Electronic Media’s TV truck meant to him while a student at MTSU, he responds with a letter he wrote to ...
Match Records artist Luke Caccetta recently celebrated the launch of his debut album Cheers with a series of promotional performances across Middle Tennessee. Match Records is MTSU’s student-run artist development and recording studio.
Four seniors in the Department of Recording Industry were presented in May with $11,000 worth of microphone and studio equipment as the grand-prize winners of Shure Inc.’s “Fantastic Scholastic Recording Competition.”
MTSU’s Department of Electronic Media Communication held its second annual “First Look” media festival at the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville on May 8.
Anne MacFie, a folksinger/songwriter/storyteller from eastern Kentucky, will visit Mass Comm on April 25 to present a lunchtime concert at the Center for Popular Music.
The College of Mass Communication honored both students and alumni at the annual Wall of Fame and Student Awards ceremony on March 28.
Students and faculty from the School of Journalism and Department of Electronic Media Communication are celebrating after attending the recent Tennessee Associated Press College Awards banquet in Nashville.
Recording Industry alumnus, GRAMMY winner and hit songwriter Luke Laird shared his tips for music success when he spoke April 2 in the Mass Communication Building.
Award-winning broadcaster Soledad O’Brien delivered the keynote address in March for MTSU’s National Women’s History Month celebration at the Student Union Ballroom. O’Brien, best known for her documentary work with CNN, spoke on the topic “Diversity: On TV, Behind the Scenes and In Our Lives.” She explained that being the daughter of a white Australian father and a black […]
Meg Downey, recently retired managing editor of The Tennessean, and Andrew Maraniss, partner in McNeely, Pigott and Fox, shared the podium for the second annual “PR vs. Journalism: Five Things I Hate about …” debate on Tuesday, April 8.
Few things say American popular music more than the guitar. That’s why the Center for Popular Music has a launched a multiyear series of programs on the venerable instrument.
Leila Cobo, executive editor for Latin content and programming for Billboard magazine, was a featured Recording Industry guest March 24 with a question-and-answer session led by RI Chair Beverly Keel.
Mass Comm’s lobby was packed on March 20 with booths from multiple music companies – Sony Music, Clear Channel, CMT and SESAC, just to name a few – for Recording Industry’s annual Career Fair.
WMTS’s The Justin Reed Show is one of the nation’s top five live-music collegiate radio shows.
Jay Frank, one of the forward thought leaders on streaming music, marketing with data and new business models, shared his perspectives during a March 25 lecture entitled “Hit Songs for the Digital Era.”
Photographs from six decades of country music are the focus of a new show, which opened March 20 at the Baldwin Photographic Gallery.
Beverly Keel was honored at a luncheon in March as one of the top “Women in Business” for 2014 by Murfreesboro Magazine.
MTSU and the campus community learned all about “Recording The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios” from two men who know plenty about the world’s best-known band.
The award-winning documentary Persistence of Vision, which tells the story of animator Richard Williams’ battle to bring a film to the screen, was a March feature at the KUC Theater.
There’s a new banner hanging in the College of Mass Communication lobby, encouraging students to “Beat the Blues! See your assigned college adviser for early advising, March 3-21.”