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The Reed College of Media and College of Creative Arts will merge to form the new WVU College of Creative Arts and Media as of July 1, 2024. Get details.

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WVU News and Mountaineer Playbook Anchors Announced

New student teams of anchors, beat reporters, producers and directors for the spring 2024 semester have been named for “WVU News” and “Mountaineer Playbook.”

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AD/PR students execute campaigns for local nonprofits

Advertising and public relations students in Elizabeth Oppe’s fall 2023 capstone course crafted campaigns for three different nonprofit organizations: Get Moving!, GATC Health and the NorthHills Association. The course operates like a firm where students have direct contact with clients and produce tangible results and deliverables on a deadline.

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Deans Keith Jackson and Diana Martinelli

College of Creative Arts and Media; Reed School of Media and Communications to launch July 1

West Virginia University recently announced that the new college that merges the College of Creative Arts (CCA), the Reed College of Media and three programs from the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design – Design Studies; Fashion, Dress and Merchandising; and Interior Architecture – will be called the College of Creative Arts and Media, effective July 1, 2024.

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Faculty and Staff Feats

Spring Honors

Our faculty are experts in emerging media technologies, mis- and disinformation, community news, public interest communications, community branding, interactive design, broadcast news, media ethics, crisis communication and so much more. Their work is frequently published in top journals and they are invited to speak at international conferences.

Here are some of their feats.

College of Media Magazine

College of Media Magazine

Coronavirus has had an impact on nearly everyone around the world, uprooting life and work. College of Media students faced a move to online classes, unexpected departures from Morgantown, interrupted sports seasons and, as journalists and communicators, a call to continue the essential work of reporting while keeping themselves and others safe. And in these struggles, we’ve seen resilience.

Read the 2020 Magazine here

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