• As part of the University of Miami School of Communication’s Annual Conversation Series, PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger will visit the campus to discuss the role of public media in the digital age.    

    Kerger’s Nov. 2 visit includes insights from the broadcasting executive, followed by a moderated Q&A session with students and members of the university community, presided by School of Communication Professor Paul Driscoll.

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  • University of Miami School of Communication alumnus Dave Aizer spoke with students on Oct. 14 about his experience in the media industry. He has worked at Nickelodeon, American Idol, WE, The Onion News Network, Spike TV, TruTv and is now at The CW. 

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  • Steven Joel Sotloff was a devoted journalist, whose passion for his craft took him to faraway places to cover important stories and dangerous conflicts. In September of 2014, he lost his life at the hands of ISIS militants after being kidnapped.
     

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  • A team of University of Miami professors and students, both grad and undergrad, teamed up with Special Olympics for the World Games this past summer in Los Angeles. For the nine student interns, the majority of the work came before the Games even started, as they documented the first ever Unified Relay Across America, a run of the torch all the way across the country.

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  • The Miami Hurricane, UM’s student-run newspaper, won first place in two categories at the 21st annual Sunshine State Awards held on Saturday, August 15. Winning the top award for Best Student Publication (High Frequency) and Best Website (High Frequency), The Miami Hurricane staff’s hard work was recognized during the statewide contest sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists Florida Pro Chapter.

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