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Hitchon and Meron participate in forum

Jacqueline Hitchon

Advertising Department Head Jacqueline Hitchon and Lecturer Shachar Meron are participating in an industry/student forum with the Advertising program of Swinburne University of Technology.

Meron is presenting the keynote address via Skype. The forum is being live streamed providing an opportunity for professionals from around the world to participate. Learn more here. 

21 Oct
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Homecoming Events

The College of Media is hosting two events for Homecoming.
Join us!
Comeback Guest Reception Honoring Jim Sparks
Friday, Oct. 23 ● 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Dommermuth Conference Room
Student Services Center, Gregory Hall
 
Parade Watch Party to Celebrate
Grand Marshal Bill Geist and Comeback Guest Jim Sparks
Friday, Oct. 23 ● 5:30 p.m.
West side of Gregory Hall on the Homecoming Parade Route

 

16 Oct
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Ebert Film Festival passes go on sale Nov. 2

Ebertfest

Film fans who want the whole experience of the 18th annual Roger Ebert’s Film Festival, or “Ebertfest,” can purchase festival passes starting Nov. 2.

The passes cover all 12 or more screenings during the five-day event, coming April 13-17 at the Virginia Theatrein Champaign, Ill. Related talks and panel discussions will be held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Read the full story here.

14 Oct
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Rosenstein documentary receives mention

Jay Rosenstein

MACS Professor Jay Rosentein and his groundbreaking documentary "IN Whose Honor?" are part of a new article listing "5 Amazing Indigenous Women to Celebrate instead of Christopher Columbus."  One of the women selected, University of Illinois alumnus Charlene Teters, is the central character in Prof. Rosenstein's film.

Find information about Rosenstein's other productions here.

14 Oct
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Global Conference, Global Network

Brant Houston

By David E. Kaplan

Enjoying a glass of wine at his modest home in Aarhus, Denmark, Nils Mulvad and guest Brant Houston were celebrating the latest gathering of reporters they had brought together. It was the spring of 2000, and they had just hosted nearly a hundred journalists to talk about investigative techniques, with special focus on the fast-growing field of computer-assisted reporting (CAR).

05 Oct
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