Media Studies Assistant Professor Nathan Schneider envisions a day when the shared ownership model broadly extends to tech platforms such as Twitter, enabling users to have a stake and say in the company.
Hearst Student Journalism Awards are a respected form of recognition for journalism programs at universities across the country. CMCI is ramping up efforts to submit the best work from throughout our college in every category, from writing and photography to broadcast and multimedia.
Join us for the second annual CMCI Sports Media Summit, an event that brings leading sports journalists, public relations executives and marketers to campus to talk about opportunities and challenges facing sports media today.
A new University of Colorado Boulder exhibit opening Friday, Sept. 21 highlights the symbiosis of artistic and scientific thinking. Embryonic, the premiere exhibit for the Nature, Environment, Science and Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts, includes paintings, sculpture and multimedia.
Schneider’s new book, Everything for Everyone: The Radical Tradition That Is Shaping the Next Economy, explores the history and future of the cooperative movement and its ties to local, national and international economies.
The new fellows include a CNN producer and nationally-known book authors and magazine journalists. Their work has appeared in such outlets as The Atlantic, National Geographic, The New York Times, Outside Magazine and more.
International scholars on media, journalism, politics and religion from 32 countries are gathering at the University of Colorado Boulder August 8 -11 to explore the relationship between media, religion and public scholarship. The College of Media, Communication and Information ’s Center for Media, Religion and Culture (CMRC) will host the...