The college has a new combined degree program tailored for students who know as undergraduates that they have interest in the business realms of electronic media.
All three campus media outlets — WTOP, WNYO and The Oswegonian — pooled resources to create an entire evening of election 2012 coverage Nov. 6. Learn how some 60 young journalists collaborated to produce remote broadcasts from both parties’ headquarters in Syracuse, moderate in-studio roundtable discussions and interact with the audience via social media.
David Benz ’92 wanted to skip walking the stage for his December Commencement to make sure he wouldn’t miss his final chance to call Laker basketball.
Every day starts with a good morning for Cameron Jones ’09.
Cathleen Richards ’09 entered Oswego determined to be a TV broadcast director, but took “a few left turns and off ramps along the way.”
Forty years ago Garrick Utley brought news of the Vietnam War to people’s living rooms on the “NBC Nightly News.” Now he is comparing the broadcast media of that era – and earlier – to the present and future of digital media with students on the Oswego campus, in his new role as senior fellow and professor of broadcasting and journalism in Oswego’s School of Communication, Media and the Arts.
When your résumé includes experiences like standing atop Piez Hall measuring the wind speed as the Blizzard of ’77 rolls in off Lake Ontario, where else would your career take you but before the cameras of The Weather Channel as the Winter Weather Expert?
It’s quite a hike from Oswego to Denver, but Emmy-winning “backpack journalist” Kevin Torres ’06 has always kept his WTOP-TV experience close.
New York City-based start-up NimbleTV has named cable and broadband industry veteran Lou Borrelli Jr. ’77 as its new chief marketing officer.
In honor of her achievements in sports broadcasting, Linda Cohn ’81 recently was inducted into the CableFAX Programming Hall of Fame.