Archive for: College of Communication

 

“We Just Need to Adapt”: John Schwartz on the Future of Journalism

“It’s become pretty common for folks like me to tell folks like you that journalism is doomed.” So said New York Times correspondent John Schwartz on...

 
 

Moody Foundation Gives $50 Million to UT’s College of Communication

Today is a very good day for UT’s College of Communication—make that the Moody College of Communication. The University announced this morning that the...

 
 

Longhorn-Created, Apple-Approved

These days, students graduating into the journalism field need to be able to do it all: reporting, writing, photography, video, and … creating apps? UT journalism...

 
 

Sandra Day O’Connor Promotes Civics in Wide-Ranging UT Talk

If you thought former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was spending her retirement sipping iced tea and reading novels at her ranch in New Mexico, you’d...

 
 

John Wayne, “The Searchers,” and the Future of Journalism [Podcast]

Glenn Frankel, director of UT’s School of Journalism, discusses his latest book about John Ford’s iconic western and the next chapter in his own career. Glenn...

 
 

Sharing Democratic Values…and a Little Longhorn Spirit

During the last two election cycles, I have spent the days leading up to the election in battleground states, like Ohio, making phone calls and knocking on the...

 
 

College of Communication Dedicates New Media Center

Five years ago, it was announced that UT’s College of Communication would be getting a new home. Last night, the Forty Acres community finally came together to...

 
 

A High-Tech Low-Rise

In August, the College of Communication’s state-of-the-art Belo Center for New Media opened its doors after two and a half years of construction. The five-story,...

 
 

UT Students Create Commercials for Longhorn Network

Looking for a way to strengthen its advertising campaign, the Longhorn Network recruited the very best: UT advertising students. A team of talented Longhorns helped...

 
 

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New Course Collaboration Preps UT Students For Gaming Careers

Recently, PricewaterhouseCoopers priced the video game industry at a cool $56 billion, estimating that it would reach $82 billion by 2015. In entertainment terms,...

 
 
 
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