“The highlights of my career have been when events I’ve produced—and intimately been involved in—have united people and a region, more than the game itself,” says ESPN's Vice President of Production Jay Rothman (Jour’84).
As students in the Carnegie-Knight News21 fellowship program, Tessa Diestel (Jour'18) and Ashley Hopko (Jour'19) traveled the country investigating intolerance, racism and hate crimes. Their project, Hate in America, won the 2018 Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Digital Reporting.
In its simplest form, a border is a barrier; a way of letting some things in and keeping others out. If you go: Who: All keynotes and the workshop “On the Decolonial Hows: Interrogating and Making (Our) Praxis” are free and open to the public. Other events require registration. What:...
The Daily Camera has combined the memorial funds for two longtime journalists, Wendy Kale (Comm'79) and Kevin Kaufman, into one scholarship that will help media students at the University of Colorado Boulder.
As the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II approaches and airwaves begin to ﬁll with stories of distant battles won and the brave men who fought them, Kathleen M. Ryan, a documentary ﬁlmmaker and associate professor of journalism, is focused on the veteran women who helped make those victories possible.
On Friday, Nov. 8, we’ll look back to tradition and forward to the future of media, communication and information. Tour the Media Archaeology Lab and Immersive Media Lab during the day, or join us for our Homecoming Happy Hour! You must RSVP for the reception by 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8.
The Water Desk , a journalism initiative at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for Environmental Journalism , has awarded its first grants to support journalists and media outlets covering Western water issues and the Colorado River Basin. Grantees will delve into a wide range of issues throughout the region,...