We won! CU Journalism & Mass students won two Emmys at the five-state regional Heartland Emmys awards presentation in July. JMC’s newscast, NewsTeam Boulder, won for best student achievement in a newscast and the program’s CU Science Update video podcast won for student achievement in long-form non-fiction for its episode “Cocaine Addiction.” NewsTeam Boulder is [...]
CU journalism students are involved in an election-year partnership with the PBS NewsHour this fall, and they recently got a visit from the project’s director. Imani Cheers heads “Listen to Me, an initiative in which students are producing short videos asking members of the public for their views on America’s political climate. CU was one [...]
Documentary producer and director Marcia Jarmel (MA ’87) recently premiered her new documentary film, “Speaking in Tongues,” to four sold out screenings. The film, which looks at the debate surrounding bilingual education in the United States, was given the Audience Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Amanda Blackwell (’09) produced this video as an honor’s project in broadcast news. Jane Blackwell was 5 when she was incarcerated in the Tulelake camp in Newall, Calif. She remained there until she was 9 and then continued to live in the United States to raise her two daughters.
“CU Science Update” is a student-produced podcast that takes a closer look at science being conducted at the University of Colorado. Originally produced as an assignment in his advanced video editing class, Instructor Paul Daugherty had developed the podcast into a student-produced extra curricula production. The show is a free podcast available in the iTunes [...]