• University of Miami School of Communication is hosting World Information Architecture Day (WIAD) on Saturday, Feb. 20, 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 

    The event brings together a diverse community of information architects, user experience designers, content strategists, product managers, developers, scholars, and students to share their experience in designing information in a manner that is useful.

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  • The Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) named University of Miami’s 2015 Ibis yearbook a Crown Finalist. Edited by School of Communication graduate Holly Bensur, ‘15 B.S.C, the Ibis is one of four college yearbooks that will receive a Crown in March at the College Media Association (CMA) conference in New York City.

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  • In the U.S. competitive television business, Nielsen, more than any other research company, symbolizes and dominates audience measurement. But since the announced acquisition of Rentrak by comScore in September 2015, which still needs approval by government authorities, the Rentrak-comScore combination will seek to challenge Nielsen's supremacy. While Rentrak specializes in moviegoing and television viewing measurement, comScore focuses on online audiences.

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  • In September of 2014, Steven Joel Sotloff, a journalist from South Florida, lost his life at the hands of Islamic State group militants. On Sunday, his parents Arthur and Shirley Sotloff, stood on the field of Sun Life Stadium minutes before their son’s beloved Dolphins took the field, and fearlessly showed the world that Steven’s legacy lives on. 

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