#Mass Communications

Shatara Michelle Ford’s Acclaimed Debut Nominated for Three Gotham Awards

Part psychological horror, part realist drama, “Test Pattern” unfolds against the backdrop of national discussions around inequitable health care and policing, the #MeToo movement, and race in America. The film follows an interracial couple whose rock-solid relationship is put to the test when Renesha, a Black woman played by Brittany...
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Pearlridge Center is pulling out all the stops as it gets ready to start "Moving Forward" with the return of Santa.

Retailers are hoping this holiday season will put them back in the black as shoppers return to malls. Maleko grew up in Kailua on the Windward side of Oahu and graduated from St. Louis School. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communications, Broadcast Journalism from Northwest Missouri State University. Maleko joined KITV's News team in 2016.
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Replacements for Kellogg’s Strikers, UNL Journalism College Apology, UNO’s Counterterrorism-Research Hub

As Reed Moore reported yesterday, Alden Global Capital offered to buy Lee Enterprises, which owns several newspapers across the Midwest, including the Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star. The New York-based hedge fund is known for gutting newspapers until there’s little left, as this Atlantic piece shows through the story of The Chicago Tribune. As one World-Herald editor put it: “The grim reaper is coming…”

Clarendon County Chamber of Commerce hires new Director of Tourism

On November 8th, 2021, Jesse Surette was named Director of Tourism for Clarendon County. Surette graduated from Manning High School in 2017 and the University of South Carolina with a degree in Mass Communications. Surette spent some of his high school years working at the Manning Times, a local newspaper,...

BHS Teachers to Help Homeless Shelter for the Holiday Season

A group of BHS teachers have organized “Abby’s Elves,” a club dedicated to giving gifts and goods to local homeless shelters and others less fortunate in honor of the late BHS educator, Abigail Abbot. John Viaes is a production coordinator at BCAT and an advisor for the Video Voyagers program....

NAHL announces the addition of Brandon Hofstra to staff

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) is pleased to announce the addition of Brandon Hofstra to the league staff as the new Manager of Digital Media and Design. Hofstra will be assisting with league graphic design projects, social media, editorial content, video projects and editing, marketing, and event operations, for the NAHL, NA3HL, and NAPHL.
Galion Inquirer


Police arrested a male subject on suspicion of domestic violence, felonious assault, abduction, endangering children, disrupting public service (mass communications service), and obstruction of justice after responding to a domestic violence incident in the 200 block of Mansfield Street. Police arrested a male subject on suspicion of possession of drugs,...
The Post and Courier

Real Estate News

Engel & Völkers celebrates grand opening in Mount Pleasant. Engel & Völkers Charleston celebrated the opening of its real estate shop with a grand opening event at its Mount Pleasant location on Nov. 4. This comes after the real estate company announced its affiliation with the global brand earlier this year. The new real estate shop is located at 10 Shem Drive, in the heart of the Coleman Blvd. business district.

Richard Griffith, Shannon Hyde Join Mary Bird Perkins Leadership Team

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center welcomed Richard “Rich” Griffith and Shannon Hyde to its leadership team. Griffith will serve as administrator for the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center’s Baton Rouge locations. Hyde will serve as the organization’s senior director of network development/provider relations, providing support to all Mary Bird Perkins locations and service areas.

District Governor Kayla

Rotary District 5790 Governor Kayla Christianson said a lot of people are Rotarians – they just don't know it. That is because they share Rotarians' desires and efforts to serve their communities. Identifying those people and bringing them into Rotary would not only help clubs grow and thrive but would also help Rotary Club fulfill its mission and vision of “Service Above Self.”

Hometown Heroes - Lanie Warner

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) - A Sulphur woman, born with spina bifida, will soon earn her college degree from McNeese State University. Southwest Louisiana TV audiences were introduced to Lanie Warner in 1999 as that year’s Miracle Child. Her family appeared with her again in 2000 as the CMN State Champion, telling Lanie’s miracle story. Twenty one years later, Lanie still talks to anyone who will listen about what life is like in a wheelchair.

Joe Bigelow

Born and raised in St. Cloud, Minnesota, Joe didn’t get his feet wet in broadcasting until halfway through his time in college at St. Cloud State University, where he originally went for Music Composition. After stumbling over to the Mass Communications area of the college, Joe ended up forming a budding relationship with radio and television that ended up with him working for 88.1FM KVSC as their Production Director for almost 4 years.


With in-person classes in full swing here at LPU, our Mass Communications (MCOM) program has been up to some inspiring things! The MCOM program has had the great pleasure of many guest speakers in their MCOM Forums. Rick Rekedal, Former CCO of DreamWorks Animation, whose credits include How to Train your Dragon and Kung Fu Panda, was a highlight guest speaker of the semester. After speaking to the entire program, he had lunch with some students to chat about film and Christianity. Another standout guest the program had the pleasure of was Krystle Gomes, who has an MFA in Screenwriting and is completing a Masters in Arts and Culture Management and Marketing. Gomes also works in Guest Communications for the Walt Disney Company. These guest speakers have brought fresh inspiration to the MCOM students with their variety of top-notch experiences. The queue of guest speakers does not stop there! In December, Blake Firstman will be speaking to the MCOM Forum, bringing his insight from his experience as a co-founder of an ad agency called "Good Kinda Crazy".
The Ada News

ECU student earns prestigious OETA scholarship

An East Central University junior has earned a $1,000 scholarship from the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) as one of the state’s most promising media students. Cliff Tomlinson, of Coalgate, is studying Mass Communications at ECU and learned of the award in early November, which is earmarked to help with...

Mental Health

According to the national institute of mental health, nearly 51.1 million people have some form of mental illness or suffer from similar issues of moderate to severe mental conditions. Did you know there are two main types of mental illnesses and associations of other health factors connected to mental health?

Brianna Keilar Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, Husband, Wiki

Brianna Keilar is an Australian-born American political commentator and journalist who currently is the co-anchor of CNN’s New Day along with John Berman on CNN. Previously, she filled in as a White House reporter, senior political journalist, Congressional reporter, and general task journalist for CNN in Washington. Table of Contents.

Ikea holiday campaign helps customers be ‘hostess with the mostest’

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Top 100 retailer Ikea U.S. is partnering with Group Nine Media and Song Candy to launch its holiday campaign, “Host Masters.”. The partnership officially launched on Nov. 10 with a new holiday anthem and campaign for Ikea U.S. that humorously reminds people how to host again for the holidays after nearly two years of virtual interactions with friends and family.