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Radio Television Digital News Association

The Radio Television Digital News Association preps students for the real world after graduation my bringing in professional speakers, being able to network outside of the classroom, and prepping anything from portfolio, resumes, etc.


The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) is the world’s largest professional organization exclusively serving the electronic news profession including industry professionals, journalism educators, and students. RTDNA is dedicated to encouraging and supporting excellence in the field of electronic journalism.

RTDNA hosts speakers throughout the semester who are currently in the industry to help students understand the interworking of this business. Dues are $15 and this go towards club materials and helps set up plans for our Spring semester networking trip. In the past we have traveled to Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., New York, Baltimore, and are looking to travel to Atlanta this spring. We are currently also creating a Reed College of Media shirt to use as a fundraiser! Alongside all this, our organization also does community service projects each semester in order to help and be apart of our local community. RTDNA is all about helping students become the best journalists they can be so that they can succeed after graduation.


Follow @wvurtdna on Twitter for upcoming meeting announcements.


Kat Bruch 

Faculty Advisor:
Jesse Wright


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