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Media School Dean James Shanahan talks with Rick Van Kooten, IU Vice Provost for Research, and Fred Cate, IU Vice President for Research in this Through The Gates podcast series episode.
Alumnus Eric Deggans is NPR's television critic. He talks about his career path and shares advice for students.
A chat with poet Kate Lilley, hosted by Media School Dean James Shanahan, is featured on this week's Through the Gates: IU This Week podcast.
Senior Morgan Burris interviews Graham Sheldon, BA'09, about The Good Catholic, a movie he is producing that was filmed recently in Bloomington.
Radiolab's Jad Abumrad customized a promo for his March 21 visit just for The Media School. Check it out!
Anthony DeCurtis has a Ph.D. in English but has covered music and musicians for most of his career. Hear about his work and about his advice to fledgling rock journalists.
How does a high school journalism summer program remain successful for 70 years? By constantly updating curriculum to stay current with the industry -- and by relying on teachers and students to bring their interests and new ideas each summer. (By Media School student Taylor Haggerty)
Indiana University Media School hosts a game development camp each summer for ages 13-17. Hear students talk about how much they learned.
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Jan 24th, 2016
Latest Episode
Dec 21st, 2016
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