President’s Torch Society member Clay Griggs wants to shape a career around marketing, communications, and improving social media.
New Media major Kaitlyn Kelly, senior writer for MGA’s student newspaper and a reporter for the student video production office, is pursuing a career in film production.
Today, about 40 students based on the Cochran Campus are majoring in New Media and Communications. They take many of their upper-division courses from and are mentored by faculty member Rebecca Edwards, who brings real-world film and TV industry experience to the classroom.
New Media and Communication students in Cochran worked with MGA Knights baseball players to hold Media Day on Thursday, January 25. The goal of Media Day is to allow NMAC students to practice their PR/Media and production skills in a hands-on atmosphere while helping the MGA Knights baseball team gain exposure.
Dr. Andre Nicholson, assistant professor of New Media and Communications and Student Media coordinator, has published a book chapter titled “The Biased Truth: An Objective Perspective on Nonobjective News Reporting.” The chapter is part of the “Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in Higher Education Environments,” published in April 2018 through IGI Global.
Middle Georgia State University’s KnighTVision is getting into the news business.
The student video production office recently launched KnighTVision News as its first news broadcasting project. Several MGA students majoring in New Media and Communication volunteered to join the project as news broadcasters, editors and camera operators.
Middle Georgia State University New Media and Communication students have been working to put together a broadcast news segment that highlights events around campus.