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Advertising Lecturer Shachar Meron was quoted in a Chicago Tribune column on Super Bowl advertising. Read the column: Wendy's Super Bowl ad a sassy, disjointed and desperate attempt to take on McDonald's  
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Megan Jones and Joseph Longo have placed in the top 20 in the Enterprise Writing Competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Jones placed third with her entry, “Mass emails few, far between reported sex crimes” focused on flaws in reporting on campus sexual assaults. It was a joint project between the Daily Illini and Longo tied for fifteenth place with his...
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The primary purpose of the Connecting Students & Alumni in the Windy City event is to provide an opportunity for current students to gain career and professional development information and to begin expanding their network by interacting with alumni. At this year’s event, more than 90 students were able to attend different panels with nearly 50 College of Media alumni. A keynote address from Michelle Smyth '96 JOURN, started the event. Panel discussions ranged in topic from internship...
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The College of Media is pleased to announce that Dave Kissel, a 1985 journalism graduate, will be the alumni speaker at the College of Media Convocation ceremony on Sunday, May 13, 2018. He has built a distinguished career in marketing, advertising and sports for Fortune 500 clients by leading high-impact teams at world-class agencies and media companies. Kissel is currently a member of the senior management team of DDB, one of the largest and most awarded advertising agencies in the world, and...
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"The Multimillion-Dollar Head Fake," the investigative series written by Media & Cinema Studies Professor Jay Rosenstein, has been selected for publication by the Investigative Journalism Education Consortium.  The series, the result of three years of investigative research, takes a detailed look at the inner-workings of the finances of the U of I's athletic department.  It's been published here. ...


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