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Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies
Student experiences are the focus of Greenspun College of Urban Affairs partnership to launch the Emerge + Music festival.
In Season 2, find out why UNLV is one of U.S. News & World Report’s most diverse campuses in the nation.
Students from The Intersection and KUNV Radio collaborated to create the second season of the Different, Daring, Diverse podcast. Plus, we can never get enough sunset photos.
Memorable moments of the year via tweets, grams, snaps, and more.
When The Killers wanted to film a video in their hometown this year, they called UNLV grads Chuck Akin and Wes Hirni to guide their way.
Emergency grant and support system helps determined student overcome setbacks.
With newsrooms being raided of resources, pro sports offer a golden opportunity to enterprising UNLV students.
A rock musician, historian, and director finds four spots in the recent past where Beethoven's Ninth Symphony had a profound connection with current events.
Students, faculty, and graduates quickly gather unique accounts of the Las Vegas Strip shooting.
Student DJs curated a Back to UNLV Spotify list to impart some advice.
Student-produced show Rebel Report wins an Emmy Award while its student reporters go on to land jobs.
Doing this has helped Cherisha Gaitor in her life, her career, and in being named one of the Classified Employees of the Year.
Benjamin Burroughs studies how new media industries channel children’s attention.
What our students are talking about. Week of June 23.
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Journalism and Media Studies In The News
UNLV panel to discuss state of transparency Public records, whistleblower protections and open meeting laws will be among the topics discussed at a panel on government transparency held at UNLV on Monday evening.
President Trump on Thursday began the next leg of a listening tour he promised after last month’s school shooting in Parkland, Fla., eliciting heated opinions at the White House from critics of violent video games and from game makers who reject any connection to mass shootings, but offering no concrete views of his own.
In the wake of the Florida school shooting, President Donald Trump is reviving an old debate over whether violent video games can trigger violent behavior. There's just one problem: Roughly two decades of research has repeatedly failed to uncover any such link.
Local residents may need to invest in a subscription to an online streaming service — Iowa City’s last video-rental store, Family Video, officially closed last weekend.
At 15, I arrived in the United States with a suitcase full of clothes, a picture of my golden retriever and the excitement of starting my new life. That was 10 years ago. Last month, the day after I graduated from college, I got on a nonstop flight that carried me and my new journalism degree away from the place I call home, back to a place my family and I once waved goodbye to. I am unsure I will be allowed to reenter.
Journalism and Media Studies Experts
Assistant Professor, Journalism and Media Studies
An expert on social and emerging media.
Associate Professor, Journalism and Media Studies
An expert in free speech, the media, and First Amendment issues
Associate Professor-in-Residence, Journalism and Media Studies
An expert on journalism and our changing media environment.