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  • MDIA Alumnus Brian Unger Launches New Travel Channel Series

    One Ohio University alumnus will be bringing new life into cities across the nation in his new series Time Traveling with Brian Unger.

    The Travel Channel show starring Unger premiered April 20 with back-to-back episodes at 10 and 10:30 p.m.

    Unger graduated with a degree in telecommunications in 1987 and currently resides in Los Angeles. He previously worked on The Daily Show and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

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  • MDIA Short Film Wins First Place In BEA Festival

    Joy Ride, one of three short films produced last year in MDIA 4719 (aka “419”), Advanced Narrative Production, won first place in the narrative division of the Broadcast Education Association's annual competition.

    Adapted from a short story by Pulitzer Prize winning author Richard Russo, Joy Ride is the story of a mother who, trying to escape her mundane marriage, takes her twelve-year-old son on a transformative road trip from New York to Texas during the 1960

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  • MDIA Creative Visualization Class To Host Showcase & Fundraiser At Innovation Center

    For five years, the Creative Visualization of Science and Technology class within the School of Media Arts & Studies has focused on increasing public awareness of a technology that – if embraced by global scientific communities, energy companies, and governments – offers a tremendous potential for clean, renewable, and reliable electricity…delivered from space.

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  • Media & The Creative Process (MDIA 1020) Highlighted Nationally

    A Media Arts & Studies bootcamp course recently garnered national recognition as an innovative way to teach hands-on production concepts. MDIA 1020 Media and the Creative Process is a course that teaches basic production for narrative video, audio, documentary, music, animation, screenwriting, sound design and digital games — all in the confines of a single class.

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  • MDIA Faculty Wolfgang Suetzl Presents On Sharing Sharing — The Limits of Exchange

    MDIA faculty member Wolfgang Suetzl is a philosopher, media theorist, and linguist who was recently invited for a talk on “Sharing—The Limits of Exchange” by the Department of Aesthetics and Communication Aarhus University, Denmark, in cooperation with the Kunsthal Aarhus art space.

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