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09.29.2018 | 6:00 pm

Franklin Hall 310

Join us in Franklin Hall 310 at 2:00 PM on Friday September 28th for a special workshop on podcasting.

A view from above the Little 500 track

Indiana University’s student sports media outlets provide an array of expert coverage of the 2018 Men’s and Women’s Little 500 races. Through written, radio, and video coverage, IU student sports media provides you with the key stories and trends relating to both races.

Moritz headshot

The most important sports story of 2018 (so far) has been the Larry Nassar scandal.

In the wake of the revelations and the awe-inspiring bravery of his victims coming forward, it’s fair to question the media coverage of this story – or the lack thereof.

Moritz headshot

The National Sports Journalism Center is pleased to announce a contributing partnership with Dr. Brian Moritz, a noted sports journalism scholar and writer.

Joseph Coleman

A seven-person committee led by former Chicago Tribune editor Gerould Kern, BA’71, and professor of practice Joseph Coleman will search for and select the Indiana Daily Student newspaper and Arbutus yearbook’s next publisher.

Co-anchor of Fox 32’s "Good Day Chicago" George Smith chats with Jacob Vinson

George Smith, co-anchor of Fox 32’s Good Day Chicago, visited The Media School on Nov. 13 to give students career advice.

But then he cautioned them to take his — and everyone else’s — advice with a grain of salt.

Bryan Curtis talks to a class

Bryan Curtis, editor-at-large of the sports and pop culture website and podcast network The Ringer, spoke to students in associate professor Galen Clavio’s Introduction to Sports Media class Monday about how to find their voices in the competitive sports media industry.