Jaime Bihlmeyer, professor emeritus, is the recipient of the 2016 MOCRA award from Missouri State Online.
Media, journalism and film and electronic arts students received recognition for writing, sound design and multiple categories of video in the 2017 Festival of Media Arts.
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Dr. Andy Cline set out to write a book about the changing landscape of urban communities — particularly the mass migration of suburban residents to more central neighborhoods within walking distance of commerce. That idea evolved into a full-length documentary
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Rich Amberg is the coordinator of the screenwriting programs in the department of media, journalism and film. He is also an award-winning working professional. A working writer Since joining Missouri State in 2013, Amberg has used his industry knowledge to help emerging writers develop
Missouri State students won numerous awards at the 2016 Missouri Broadcast Education Association Student Competition. Here is the complete list of MSU winners. 1st place PSA “Paradox,” Josh Pfaff, Samantha Rohde, Andrew Westmaas, Logan Sparlin and Kong Thao Dramatic Script “Ice
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Missouri State’s student-run newspaper, The Standard, won several awards this year. Here is a preview of those awards. Missouri College Media Association Newspaper Division I 1st place Feature photography, Ryan Welch Special section/supplemental, The Standard staff 2nd place Sports photography,
Digital film, media production and broadcast journalism students will display their work at the 19th annual Media, Journalism and Film Student Showcase on May 10. Students in MJF and electronic arts won eight awards at the national Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts this year.
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The Broadcast Education Association has announced the winners of its 2016 National Festival of Media Arts, and several media, journalism and film students were recognized, including Best of Festival winner Becca Thompson. Missouri State winners The complete list of Missouri State winners
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The media, journalism and film department’s second Web series, “A Little Help,” took the top prize for theme music at the 2015 Los Angeles Web Series Festival, also known as LA Webfest, in April. The music was composed by David
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Missouri State’s student-run newspaper The Standard earned 25 Division I awards at the Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) annual contest last weekend. Submissions are judged by reporters and editors across the state. About the MCMA convention The awards were announced