Overheard in the Newsroom
Producer: "What did you have for dinner?"Reporter: "Coffee."Producer: "And?"Reporter: "More coffee."
- Congratulations to Rob Nesbitt!
Congratulations to @[229972937059207:274:NESCom Journalism] alum Robert Nesbitt, Emmy Winner for Outstanding News Specialty Report Arts & Entertainment at tonight's @[97472206598:274:National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - New England Chapter] #NEEMMY
- Snapchat Journalism?
Snapchat to hire journalists for 2016 US presidential race
Snapchat is hiring journalists to cover the 2016 US presidential race and turn submissions from the 100 million users of the photo-sharing app into event-focused stories. An ad for content analysts politics & news on the Greenhouse recruitment site asks f
- Shared from WABI:
IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING : 7-11pm Monday to Friday (20 hrs)
WABI Associate Producer
Helpful if you have video edit experience, Final Cut Pro, ENPS, and newsroom/production skills and knowledge. For details, email Mark Nason email@example.com
- Congratulations to 2015 grad Isaac Luken on starting his new job at WAGM-TV!
- PRI Public Radio International is looking for a Digital Editor
Digital Editor, PRI.org
The digital editor is a key member of the daily global news team of PRI.org , a rapidly growing destination for people whose world is still expanding. The editor’s role is to lead, inspire and support PRI.org staff and editors of PRI’s The World, a daily radio show, in creating digital-first content…
- RTDNA has extended the deadline to apply for its scholarships! 7 awards are available for undergraduate journalism students. Apply by May 31!
RTDNA : Scholarship & Fellowship Information
Since 1972, RTDNF has awarded more than $1 million in scholarships and fellowships to more than 500 young journalists as part of its mission as the educational arm of RTDNA. Recipients have gone on enjoy careers from reporter, anchor, and news director to White House speechwriter, media regulatory…
- Congratulations to 2011 alum Robert Nesbitt for grabbing 3 Boston/New England Emmy nominations.
NESCom Blog: NESCom Alum Robert Nesbitt Nominated For Three Boston/New England Emmys
New England School of Communications Journalism graduate Robert Nesbitt (’11) has been nominated for 3 Boston/New England Emmy awards for his work at WCSH 6 in Portland, ME. The nominees for the 38th Boston/New England Emmys were announced today in Dedham, MA.
Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications - Journalism
To be a journalist, you have to be passionate about researching, fact finding, meeting people, grabbing images and then writing, editing and telling the story. Students in the Journalism program take classes in writing and reporting, web reporting and video and radio production to prepare themselves to be multi-skilled in this field.
The New England School of Communications at Husson University provides you a training ground to set you apart. If you are looking for a university with experienced faculty, an affordable and quality degree, then you are in the right place! Journalism students have real world resources at their fingertips in order to build a strong demo-reel for when they enter their career. Students can draw from the AP news wire using the ENPS platform, write for The Spectator, a student run on-line newspaper and report on WHSN 89.3-FM, the campus radio station, or the NESCom Broadcast Network (NBN).