• Delivering your communication needs: Jeff Asher
  • David Kim: from advertising to music videos
  • Nichols comes back to the pack
  • You get out what you put in: Catalina Trivino
  • Social media and the business world: Devin Zimmerman
  • Behind the scenes with Tim Frasier
  • Zach Lavine: the Instant Classic

Delivering your communication needs: Jeff Asher

As one of the five panelists participating at this year’s Media Day event, Integrated Communications Manager at United Parcel Service, Jeff Asher, is happy to share this important day with the Mass Communications students as they share in the festivities of the day. “Networking is essential for finding the best […]

David Kim: from advertising to music videos

College students constantly wonder about the future; they have goals, hopes and dreams, but they often have no idea how to reach for those things. David Kim, Founder and Executive Producer of the production company tre native, travelled an unconventional path to get to his current position. Kim started his […]

Nichols comes back to the pack

This week, students, professors and media professionals will gather for the annual event known as Media Day. On this day, students are encouraged to communicate with experienced figures already established in their field. Casey Nichols, a University of West Georgia alumnus, says this is an opportunity that could catapult any […]

You get out what you put in: Catalina Trivino

Catalina Trivino graduated from the University of West Georgia with her degree in Mass Communications in May 2012. While Trivino concentrated in convergence journalism, she now works as the lead reporter for the CBS News affiliate (WAKA-TV) in Montgomery, AL. Trivino traded in her pen and paper for film equipment […]

Social media and the business world: Devin Zimmerman

In our world today, social media is a constant aspect of most of our lives. For millennials, social media is a way of staying connected with the world in the way that previous generations would watch the news or flip through magazines. The business world has seen this rising trend […]

Behind the scenes with Tim Frasier

Tim Frasier, Executive Producer for “ON with Mario Lopez,” graduated in 2003 with major in English. Frasier has had plenty of radio experience since then; he was a morning show intern, a morning show producer and he eventually became a morning show after host. He also worked for Playboy Radio […]

Zach Lavine: the Instant Classic

Since the genesis of the NBA’s Slam Dunk contest we have witnessed awe-inspiring leaps from the greatest players to ever exist on the basketball court. Dominique Wilkins did it, so did Kobe Bryant and arguably no one did it better than “your airness”, Michael Jordan. But different from all the […]

 

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Delivering your communication needs: Jeff Asher

Delivering your communication needs: Jeff Asher

Photo Credit: Jeff Asher As one of the five panelists participating at this year’s Media Day event, Integrated Communications Manager at United Parcel Service, Jeff Asher, is happy to share this important day with the Mass Communications students...

 

David Kim: from advertising to music videos

David Kim: from advertising to music videos

Photo Credit: Diwang Valdez College students constantly wonder about the future; they have goals, hopes and dreams, but they often have no idea how to reach for those things. David Kim, Founder and Executive Producer of the production company...

 

Nichols comes back to the pack

Nichols comes back to the pack

Photo Credit: Casey Nichols This week, students, professors and media professionals will gather for the annual event known as Media Day. On this day, students are encouraged to communicate with experienced figures already established in their...

 

The WOLF Internet Radio and Media Day

Media Day is one of the biggest events at UWG and takes place Wednesday, March 4. It gives students a chance to network and learn more about the particular mass communications field they wish to study. Experts from public relations, broadcast,...

 

You get out what you put in: Catalina Trivino

You get out what you put in: Catalina Trivino

Photo Credit: Catalina Trivino Catalina Trivino graduated from the University of West Georgia with her degree in Mass Communications in May 2012. While Trivino concentrated in convergence journalism, she now works as the lead reporter for the...

 

PRSSA get Real World experience

The Public Relations Student Society of America at the University of West Georgia travelled to their third Real World PR Conference on Feb. 20 at the Westin Atlanta Perimeter North Hotel. The conference is held in Atlanta each year to give public...

 

Social media and the business world: Devin Zimmerman

Social media and the business world: Devin Zimmerman

Photo Credit: Devin Zimmerman In our world today, social media is a constant aspect of most of our lives. For millennials, social media is a way of staying connected with the world in the way that previous generations would watch the news or...

 

Behind the scenes with Tim Frasier

Behind the scenes with Tim Frasier

Photo Credit: Tim Frasier Tim Frasier, Executive Producer for “ON with Mario Lopez,” graduated in 2003 with major in English. Frasier has had plenty of radio experience since then; he was a morning show intern, a morning show producer and...

 

NBS-UWG explores new avenues

The University of West Georgia’s chapter of the National Broadcast Society-Alpha Epsilon Rho (NBS-AERho) is guaranteed the Grand Prize winner at the NBS 52nd Annual Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition. They are nominated in...

 

Mass Comm. students prepare for Media Day 2015

The Mass Communications department at the University of West Georgia is hosting the 34th annual Media Day event on Wednesday, March 4 in the Campus Center Ballroom. In preparation for the event, several students gathered in the Campus Center...

 
 
 
 

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