Still chasing their dreams in a COVID-19 ruled-world, Emerson School of Communication students scattered across the country this summer at remote and on-location internships. Here are just three of the dozens of stories that played out this year…
Is it “memories fade and pictures last” or “pictures fade and memories last”?
As a graduate student in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Kaya LeGrand MS ’20 spearheaded a research project to help answer one of many questions surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Which features of autistic children’s language are most useful for their adult language ability??
The SJM Symposium honors the work and spirit of Moses Shumow, MA ’01 a scholar, educator, and activist who worked at the intersection of media, narrative, and social justice.
A Hearst TV Producing Fellowship alum, today Benoit tells the stories of Granite Staters as a producer for the state’s only network-affiliated news station, WMUR TV.
This year, Oscar Talk went virtual, attracting more than 100 guests a few days before an Academy Award ceremony full of firsts
Developed within historically marginalized deaf communities, Black ASL is a vibrant dialect that uniquely uses space, hand gesture, directional movement, and facial expressions.
As digital media manager at New England Public Media (NEPM), Rachel Scott, MA ’20 is in charge of capturing audiences, getting them engaged, and keeping them loyal to her station. It’s a big job in a competitive media environment, but Scott came prepared.
Galen Odell ‘21 is bridging the airwaves between the world of baseball and American military personnel through his production of the American Valor Podcast under the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation.
Broadcast news reporter Temi Adeleye MA’17 admits she’s put herself in harm’s way for the pursuit of stories. For example, last fall she covered a heated confrontation—without colleagues—between Sons of Confederate Soldiers and Black Lives Matter supporters.