A trio of Emersonians were part of the team that won the first Sports Emmy for Outstanding Esports Coverage ever awarded. John Daniel Depa ’17 and Sam Chaimson ’13 were … Continue Reading Emerson Alumni Win Inaugural Emmy for Esports Coverage
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working with major league sport teams, government agencies, nonprofits, production companies, and more.
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working under political nonprofits, video production companies, major league sport teams and more.
Joe Paladino cherishes the time he had with his baseball teammates.
Zach Rothfeld combed through 500 hours of video footage, selecting the foundation for The Last Dance.
“What we’re doing here is a really big deal because it hasn’t been done before.”
This is what Ethan Schwartz said to his team exactly one week before this year’s College Esports Expo (CEX). Schwartz was the Student-Chairman and Lifestyle Track Lead for CEX 2020. “I wanted everyone to have an overall understanding of what we were building here,” Schwartz said.
Emersonians experienced the highs and lows of working at the Super Bowl.
Since Emerson extended its presence westward into Los Angeles over 30 years ago, Emerson Los Angeles (ELA) has been seen as a hub mainly for students in the School of Art. But not anymore.
Alumna Jill Gearin is making history as the play-by-play announcer for an Arizona Diamondbacks minor league baseball team.
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.