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.
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Five SUNY Oswego students showed off their computer science skills and business savvy in a business-startup competition that brought 146 students and faculty from 10 colleges together with scientists, engineers, software developers, designers and other professional mentors to harness entrepreneurial drive throughout the region.
Oswego’s School of Communication, Media and the Arts is offering a new interdisciplinary graduate certificate in integrated media and social networks.
Social networking seems like such a new concept for someone of my vintage — and so incredibly prevalent in today’s world.
1. Using blogs as living, breathing resources for the stuff you love.
People are calling it a combination of StumbleUpon and Pandora for music nerds.
Rommel Wood ’07 managed to graduate from high school without owning a mobile phone. She was one of the last of her friends to get one in college.