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  • Final Reminder To Register For MDIA Summer Courses

    The School of Media Arts & Studies has released its summer course offerings in preparation for summer registration, which can be found today on the Registrar's website.

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  • MDIA Faculty Featured In PureTimes Entertainment Magazine Article On Oculus Rift & VR

    School of Media Arts and Studies faculty Josh Antonuccio and John Bowditch were recently featured in the Winter / Spring issue of PureTimes Entertainment Magazine. The PureTimes article by Samuel Vincent focused on the exciting technological possibilities provided by the Oculus Rift and its potential use in MDIA curricula:

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  • Reminder: MDIA To Host NABEF Media Sales Institute May 10 – 22

    The Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies will host the Media Sales Institute on May 10 – 22, 2015. The NAE Education Foundation Media Sales Institute is an intensive 10-day “boot camp” where students are immersed in learning electronic media advertising sales and sales techniques.

    The curriculum is designed to provide an introduction into media sales for talented students of diverse backgrounds, training candidates in radio, television, cable, digital and Internet sales. 

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    • Emeritus Faculty Member Cambridge Publishes Book On Guyanese Music

      Musical Life in Guyana is the first in-depth study of Guyanese musical life which will is authored by long-serving Media Arts & Studies Professor Vibert Cambridge and will be released by the University Press of Mississippi in June.

      The work is also a richly detailed description of the social, economic, and political conditions that have encouraged and sometimes discouraged musical and cultural creativity in Guyana. The book contributes to the study of the interactions between the policies and practices by national governments and musical communities in the Caribbean.

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    • MDIA Students Complete Documentary Storytelling Program In Morocco

      Nine students from the School of Media Arts & Studies were among fifteen who journeyed to North Africa to take part in MDIA’s Documentary Storytelling in Morocco program over winter break. Based in Rabat, the country’s capital, the students also traveled to the ancient cities of Marrakesh, Tangier and Fes.

      While on a field trip to Meknes, students did a two-night homestay with local families. They also traveled to Chaouen, known as the Blue City because of the many homes and businesses that are painted various shades of blue.

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