Author: Tech   Created: 3/20/2009 12:02 PM
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By Tech   on 9/27/2010 8:00 AM

For communications students entering this new academic year, the challenges ahead may be considerable. And if an extra boost of inspiration is needed, look no further than Jared Council, a recent graduate of Hampton University.

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By Tech   on 9/26/2010 3:46 AM

Communications professionals in higher ed seeking a case study on creating a viral buzz should look no further than Frostburg State University. The school's "Frostburg: Take 5" was a successful contest in which students were asked to create videos that in 5 minutes or less expressing their love for FSU. A total of seven videos were shown during a screening event for the campus community and later featured on FSU’s YouTube Channel, which was launched with the contest.

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By Tech   on 9/24/2010 1:20 PM

The brand new, state-of-the-art Nido R. Qubein School of Communication has opened up a world of possibilities for students at High Point University in North Carolina.

The 60,000-square-foot facility houses two television studios, an

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By Tech   on 9/18/2010 12:10 PM

When it comes to social media, Frostburg State University is tapping into school spirit to create a campus sensation. As a result, "Bob E. Cat," billed as the university’s “longest attending student," has emerged as a social media superstar. While, technically,

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By Tech   on 7/7/2010 4:50 PM

For eight years, the International Public Relations class at George Mason University has been a hit. Why not, when the course is taught in London, England, and takes students for visits to the legendary newsrooms of The Guardian News Service and the BBC. Since it's been offered, more than 155 students have hopped "across the pond" to take the class.

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By Tech   on 7/2/2010 4:34 AM

Andy Harper

By Andrew S. Harper

“James Cameron will be in the media tent in five minutes,”
a media coordinator whispered.  This is it, I thought as I grabbed my Sony XDCAM and checked my camera settings. DC can be an interesting place to work.

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By Tech   on 3/8/2010 6:18 AM

The work environment can be cruel — and the business climate is harsher than ever. To survive, you’ve got to adapt. The 2010 AIGA Show Off lets students display the traits that separate them from the herd.

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By Tech   on 2/12/2010 4:09 PM

Sometimes, if you want your dreams to come true, all you have to do is ask politely.  One of these simple requests a few months ago landed Gaston Lacombe in the Philippines, with the chance to fulfill a photo assignment that could make even the most seasoned photographers jealous.


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By Tech   on 9/30/2009 3:55 AM

At CDIA, they believe it is essential to provide students with hands-on experience with real-world clients. They also believe that it is important to make a positive impact in the community. These ideologies come together to create our Practicum program philosophy and here's one example:

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By Tech   on 5/15/2009 4:38 PM


Boston University’s CDIA DC, Campus launched its first of a series of curriculum meetings with 15 executive and director-level creative professionals from a variety of industries. This meeting of the minds was the campus’ first formal initiative to solicit advice from the area’s top agencies and nonprofits in a private forum with CDIA Executive Director Bob Daniels and other department directors.

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