In 2011, “WVU News” was recognized by the Broadcast Education Association as the best student-produced newscast in the country. The television newscasts are produced by journalism students at the WVU P.I. Reed School of Journalism. “WVU News” reporters cover events on the university campus, as well as the Morgantown community. Students report, write, shoot and edit television news stories for the program. They also serve as on-air anchors, producers, directors and technical crew during newscast tapings at WVU’s professional television studio.
The award-winning program provides students with hands-on experience and access to professional, state-of-the-art digital equipment. Students who enroll in the “WVU News” course are well prepared for careers in television journalism after they graduate.
“WVU News” airs statewide on West Virginia Public Television and on Time Warner Cable in North Central West Virginia. The production is available for download on WVU’s iTunesU and YouTube. You can also follow “WVU News” on Twitter or visit the team’s website.
Vantage New Media (VNM) is a mass media company with constituent parts that include television production, publishing, live event management, web development, and a fully integrated products and services marketing platform.
The internship allows students to participate in the full pre-production to post process of a segment in a Nationwide Reality Television Program about the making of College Swimsuit Calendars.
The magazine includes features about the School’s award-winning students and faculty, programs and curriculum. In addition, the magazine features the many successful alumni who are making an impact on the journalism and mass communications industries and bringing that expertise back to their alma mater. Check it out here.
The Daily Athenaeum, WVU’s student newspaper, is hiring Sales Executives for the new school year. Students will be able to work hands on and gain experience in sales, strategic communication, public relations and advertising.
This position allows employees to set their own schedules while creating innovative media campaigns with members of our local business community. Pay is commission based with opportunities for additional bonuses.
Pressgrove says the School’s focus on media innovation, service learning and dedication to rural communities is what attracted her to the position. The School’s commitment to non-profit public relations also supports her research goals, and she plans to develop a course in nonprofit public relations in the coming year.
Her research interests include nonprofit advocacy, strategic communications, risk and crisis communication, social media and emergent technologies, and integrated marketing communications.
PRSSA will hold meetings every Monday at 5 p.m. in Martin Hall 205.
Throughout the year, board executives will update members on resume-building opportunities, provide them with educational material at meeting workshops, and bring in professionals to help students network and secure internships.
The Office of Information Technology at West Virginia University is seeking a Director of IT Communications.06. This position will provide system-wide leadership to support, empower, and advance the innovative and evolving use of communication technology to facilitate the implementation of system-wide information technology efforts to faculty, staff, and students as well as external audiences. Reporting to the Associate Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, the Director of IT Communications will provide overall leadership and direction for internal and external communications across IT units that directly and indirectly report to the CIO. The Director will design, plan, implement and execute a strategic communication vision coupled to the needs of the Chief Information Officer, Executive IT Leadership Team, and the other distributed campus information technology groups. The Director will develop, manage, and leverage processes, relationships, and interactions between various campus information technology groups to manage crisis situations and improve the visibility of technology projects and services on campus through marketing communications and other outreach activities.
The Daily Athenaeum, WVU’s student newspaper, is hiring Sales Executives for the new school year. You will be able to work hands on and gain experience in sales, strategic communication, public relations and advertising.
This position allows you to set your own schedule while creating innovative media campaigns with members of our local business community. Pay is commission based with opportunities for additional bonuses.
Adventure WV is seeking student Trip Leaders and Logistics Specialists for itsSummer 2014 Orientation Trips season. Trip Leaders work on and off campus with incoming students, facilitating activities such as rock climbing, backpacking, whitewater rafting, service, and challenge course. Logistics Specialists work on campus, managing the organizational components of orientation trips. Staff members do not have to have participated on an orientation trip as a freshman. The program seeks individuals with sound decision making abilities and exemplary teaching and leadership skills. Adventure WV provides the necessary leadership and technical training through a 3-credit Spring semester course. Please encourage interested students and outstanding candidates to learn more and apply by visiting http://orientationtrips.wvu.edu/student-staff.