IAS News

Community Radio Journalism students offer free workshops at area LPFM stations

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Students in BISMCS 343D Community Radio Journalism were excited to facilitate two workshops on public affairs programming in November 2018.  The first workshop was held at SPACE 101.1 FM KMPG-LP at Magnuson Park, on Saturday Nov 17th from 9am-12pm, where participants learned how to record and edit a Vox Pop.  The second workshop was held at 96.9 FM KODX-LP in the University District, on Thursday Nov 29th from 6-9pm, where they ...

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Brannan Widdis has feature about KBFG aired on KBCS

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IAS student Brannan Widdis (Media & Communication Studies) had his feature aired on KBCS 91.3 FM as part of the daily Morning Blend program. The news feature was developed in Toft’s Community Radio Journalism course (BISMCS 343), and explored  a new Low Power FM station called KBFG-LP - “a little station with a big heart” that covers Ballard, Freemont and Greenwood. You can hear ...

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IAS faculty organize Resilient Visions film and media festival

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IAS faculty members Minda Martin, Alka KurianSusan Harewood, and Masahiro Sugano are organizing the first annual UW Bothell film and media festival. The festival, entitled Resilient Visions, will take place on May 30th, 2019. Organized by internationally known filmmakers and IAS professors of film and media studies, this festival brings together films and media production from UW Bothell students and alumni. Members of the UW Bothell community (graduate and undergraduate students, and alumni) who have made media productions from 2017-2019 are invited to submit to the festival by April 15th, 2019.  

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IAS students publish the 2018 issue of Clamor

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Clamor is the campus’s literary and arts journal, focusing on work produce by UW Bothell student and alum.  As IAS faculty member and advisor to the students who create Clamor Amaranth Borsuk puts it, “Clamor is essential in building community around the arts on campus.  Creative students from across the disciplines see a home for their work between the journal’s covers, and the campus as a whole benefits from the enriching experience of reading the journal.”

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IAS student Hannah Horiatis publishes five articles as part of undergraduate research

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Hannah Horiatis published five articles as part of her directed study and undergraduate research with faculty member Kristin Gustafson. The quarter-long project followed an Introduction to Journalism class with Gutafson in autumn 2017 and will contribute toward Peer Facilitation credits in that same class in autumn 2018. During spring 2018 quarter, Horiatis met with two media practitioners ...

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