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  • MDIA Faculty Featured In Backdrop Magazine

    Josh Antonuccio, a Lecturer of Music Production and Recording Industry, was recently featured in Backdrop Magazine. From the article "On The Beat, Off The Path":

    On Elliot Street, hidden alongside a yellow house, sits a rustic blue barn that hosts the most tuneful players in Athens.The barn serves as a local recording studio run by producers Christopher Pyle and Josh Antonuccio, who have been mixing and creating albums for Athens-based and out-of-state bands for the past 14 years. 

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  • MDIA Announces Semester-in-LA Screening And Panel On January 28th

    The School of Media Arts and Studies' inaugural Semester-in-LA Program will be celebrated with a screening and panel discussion on Wednesday, January 28th at 7:00 PM at Baker Center Theatre. Monica the Waitress, Life’s Questions, and The OUterns will be screened, followed by a panel of Semester-in-LA students, who will reflect on their experiences, provide insights for those considering a career in Hollywood, and answer questions.

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  • Registration Opens For 2015 MDIA High School Media Workshop

    The School of Media Arts & Studies has launched registration for its 2015 High School Media Workshop which offers high school students the opportunity to interact with our faculty while learning the latest techniques in audio & music, video, animation, social media, and specializations in many additional academic areas. Interested students are encouraged to register today as space is limited.

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  • MDIA's Professor Howard Appointed Director Of Center For International Studies

    Professor Steve Howard, a professor in the School of Media Arts and Studies within the Scripps College of Communication, has been appointed director of the Center for International Studies, effective Jan. 15.

    This newly-created full-time position is a collaboration between the Office of Global Affairs and International Studies and the Scripps College of Communication.

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  • GRIDLab To Host Global Game Jam Site

    The Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab will be hosting a participation site for the Global Game Jam January 23rd - 25th, 2015. The Global Game Jam (GGJ) is the world's largest game jam event (game creation) taking place around the world at various physical locations.

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