ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith spoke candidly to Emerson students on March 27 during the 4th Annual Al Jaffe Speaker Series — a yearly Sports Communication event offering insight into the fields of sports and entertainment.
There’s no better way to advocate for change at Emerson than to support those who have a desire and drive to make it. Those individuals are running for Student Government. Vote for those who are going to support you, academically and financially.
‘Communication Days’ Highlights Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives, Female Global Leaders, Professional Athletes
Emerson students, faculty and staff, alongside accomplished professionals participated in a two-day series, Communication Days, of nearly 40 panel discussions and workshops held March 20-21.
Jeremy Weiss headed west toward Los Angeles after completing his MFA in Media Arts at Emerson in 2012, focused on pursuing a traditional directing career in scripted TV programming. Seven years later, he’s achieved his first “director” credits, but it isn’t with a scripted program. It’s reality TV.
Recently, we proposed a simple question on Emerson College’s Facebook page: Who is, or was, your favorite professor and why?
The Ivy Film Festival will announce the winners of its five scriptwriting competitions at the conclusion of its weeklong festival April 8-14 at Brown University. And Emerson College is guaranteed at least one win.
Olivera Lakić, an investigative reporter from Montenegro, visited the college earlier this month for a forum with Journalism students and faculty after receiving an award from the U.S State Department.
Emerson has plans to utilize Alexa for Business Blueprints to enhance student learning experiences on campus, and Director of Emerson Launch Sanjay Pothen explains in an Alexa blog post how exactly the College plans to integrate that tool.
Emerson Today is now out of beta mode, and is ready to launch a new feature that we think you’ll appreciate: a customized subscription function.
Four local print and broadcast journalists discussed the state of diversity in Boston media, why it’s crucial, and how best to achieve it during a panel moderated by Emerson alumna and host of WBZ-TV’s Centro Yadires (Didi) Nova-Salcedo ’93.