• MDIA / WOUB Nelsonville Music Festival Gladden House Sessions


    This year’s Nelsonville Music Festival (NMF) debuted a new performance space as a part of its official schedule. Co-produced by WOUB Public Media and Ohio University's School of Media Arts & Studies, The Gladden House Sessions featured short interviews and stripped-down acoustic performances by artists at the festival.

    Learn more about the Gladden House Sessions at or on the MDIA website.

  • Another Year Over & We Are HAPPY!


    On May 25, the students of ComDev held their annual spring celebration at Dr. Larry Wood's house. Franklyn Charles was on the roof with a camera, and Camilo Perez was on the ground.  This is what happens when people are happy - congratulations to ALL our wonderful graduates!

    Click to view the video on YouTube.

  • An Interview With Breaking Bad & Walking Dead Music Supervisor Thomas Golubić


    The Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies hosts award-winning music supervisor Thomas Golubić for an exclusive onstage interview about his work on shows such as Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead on Monday April 14th from 11am to 1pm at Baker University Center Theater.

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  • A Conversation With Larry Groce & Friends


    An event recorded live on Thursday, March 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Athena Cinema, this exciting event saw stories from the creators, tales about the process and challenges of producing a music show with multiple acts in front of a live audience, and fascinating reasons why, after 30 years, Mountain Stage is still the place "where musicians come to play."

    Created in 1983 by Andy Ridenour, Larry Groce and Francis Fisher, Mountain Stage is a two-hour, weekly radio show that features performances from a wide range of artists from all musical genres recorded before a live audience, usually at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV.

    Click to view the video on YouTube.

  • Zoom In! The Lotus


    Gwen Pym, a young girl with a passion for nanoscience shrinks down to a microscopic size to learn about the natural water-repelling properties of the lotus leaf. Zoom In! 

    The Lotus is a stop-motion animation designed to introduce K-3 grade students to the fundamental concepts of nanoscience. Funding provided by the American Physical Society. Made by students from the School of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University with support from Department of Physics and Astronomy. For educational materials please go to For information on the making of this video check out our blog.

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  • 48 HR Shootout - The Rainmaker


    Created by Lucky Beggar Productions as part of Ohio University's 12th Annual 48 Hour Shootout. Awarded First Place – Open Division.

    Click to view the video and credits on YouTube.

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