Imagine flipping through your Facebook News Feed on Valentine’s Day and spotting a notification that your ex is now “in a relationship.” Scenarios like these are real and not uncommon, according to a new CU Boulder study exploring how breaking up is even harder to do in the digital age.
CMCI alumni Kate Fagan (Comm'03) and Phillip Lindsay (Comm'17) are the keynote speakers for this year's Inclusive Sports Summit on Feb. 26. The event will explore identity, privilege, inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation. This is free and open to the public.
“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).
CMCI PhD student Minso Kim was the designer and project manager for the second of those exhibits, an installation dubbed the Solar Arcade. She wanted her project to dive into the strange behavior of the sun’s contorting magnetic fields.
This year’s Super Bowl ads cost a whopping $5.6 million per 30-second spot. Kelty Logan, associate professor of advertising in the College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI), says these are the key trends to look out for.
With the Academy Awards around the corner, moviegoers and critics are busy scrutinizing the costumes, sets and performances of this year’s cinematic stand-outs. When film scholar Hunter Vaughan watches a movie, he considers something else: How big of a toll did it take on the environment?
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.