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Current Journalism and Media Studies News
Here's why members of the campus community are excited to receive the new vaccine.
Nontraditional student Vanessa McConnell forging a path to bring diversity to sports broadcasting.
A collection of news stories from the new year highlighting the experts and events at UNLV.
The series, sponsored by UNLV Libraries and the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs, will be live-streamed by UNLV TV.
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.
Journalism and Media Studies In The News
Raised in Dubai and currently based in the United States, Lebanese-American Diana Zeineddine is a force to be reckoned with!
A Las Vegas news anchor has demanded $20 million and more from an international charity that he has accused of defrauding him.
A Las Vegas news anchor demanded $ 20 million and more from an international charity that he accused of committing fraud.
Today we’re talking to health & fitness journalist Michael Easter, a contributing editor at Men’s Health magazine and journalism professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Michael is one of the fitness space’s most prolific writers of in-depth profiles, covering the people, trends, and breakthroughs that keep this industry moving forward. He joins the show to talk about his unlikely road to teaching in a respected university while also balancing the challenges of his own research and writing. He’s got some of the coolest “in the trenches” stories in fitness journalism, and you definitely don’t want to miss out on what he has to say.
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.