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A collection of stories highlighting UNLV experts and their analysis of all things politics in 2020.
UNLV expert on emerging media Benjamin Burroughs examines the ethical considerations of child-created content.
Alumna and sports journalist Cassie Soto returns to UNLV-TV's studios to co-host Tuesday's ceremonies.
After trying a variety of jobs, Karintha Fenley finally found her "perfect fit" in academic advising.
Students working in the campus digital media agency acquire valuable job skills.
'We Need to Talk' discussion series continues. Tune into the next episode Oct. 29.
Journalism and Media Studies In The News
The Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol moved Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, even Snapchat and Pinterest, among other social media platforms, to dump former President Donald Trump for fomenting insurrection.
A Capitol Hill lawmaker is asking the director of the FBI to investigate whether Henderson-based Parler helped extremists plan and carry out the deadly attack in Washington, D.C., earlier this month.
Albi Skenderi is sitting on a leather love seat in his studio apartment in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. A road bike leans on a wall and a punching bag hangs in a corner.
If you’re still on the fence about it, hop-off and sign up for Disney Plus because WandaVision is likely to change the whole game. Marvel Studios has taken us on a 10+ year journey unlike anything ever seen in film. They’re now expanding their original content to the small screen on a scope that has yet to be seen. We’ve collected expert opinions from all over the CheckpointXP stratosphere from our hosts to some of our closest friends and colleagues. What exactly can we expect from WandaVision’s debut?
A nine-year-old boy has made more than €24 million in a year from “unboxing” and reviewing toys and games on YouTube to hold the title of highest-paid YouTuber for the third year running.
The nine-year-old boy earned $ 30 million in a year from “unpacking” and browsing toys and games on YouTube to carry the title of highest paid YouTuber for the third year in a row.