Department of Journalism

Department of Journalism News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news for the Department of Journalism. For College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

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    Fox 25 tour puts Emerson in spotlight

    What do Emersonians do with their Friday mornings? Hang out with local news stations, of course! Boston's Fox 25 News broadcasted its morning show live from Emerson October 17 as part of it's "Fox 25 Campus Tour" series.

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    WERS students prepare for Live Music Week

    Students who work at WERS-FM (88.9) are preparing for some long—but exciting—days ahead as the Emerson radio station launches its biannual Live Music Week, October 18–26.

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    Native advertising focus of Adler talk

    Journalism faculty member Shannan Adler will give a presentation on the growing controversial field of native advertising at the Digital Marketing Innovation Summit in London October 16–17.

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    Fox 25 live on campus Oct. 17

    Want to show your Emerson spirit on TV? Or just wave hi to your mom!? On Friday, October 17, the Fox 25 Morning News will broadcast live from Emerson College for its  "Fox 25 College Tour" series. 

  • Emerson welcomes 17 new faculty members

    Emerson College welcomes 17 new faculty members for the 2014–2015 academic year as the College continues to expand its academic excellence in communication and the arts.

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    TIME LAPSE VIDEOS: Watch 2 murals get created

    The Office of the Arts has compiled two time lapse videos showing the recent creation of murals made by artists at Emerson.

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    Faculty honored at appreciation event

    Faculty members whose work at Emerson has spanned four decades were honored at the Bordy Theater on October 1 for the first annual Faculty Appreciation Event, organized by The Spirit of Emerson and the Office of Academic Affairs.

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    Class of 2018 features authors, dancers, activists

    Emerson’s Class of 2018 is a success story in the making—SAT scores, grade point averages, and diversity are all up—but some students are also published authors, successful entertainers, and social justice activists.

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