The Black Television News Channel on the campus of Florida A&M will be the first 4K Ultra HD newsgathering and production infrastructure of its kind.
Find out which HBCU journalism schools offer accredited degree programs. This article provides information on schools, their address, and contact details.
Gentel Blair, a senior mass communication major with a concentration in broadcasting at Saint Augustine’s University, has won the prestigious 2016 Ailes Rising Apprentice scholarship from Fox News. The scholarship, which is awarded to two minority students from across the nation, includes a $10,000 education grant and an internship at the Fox News offices in […]
Television reporter Brittany Noble-Jones was named the 2015 Emerging Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) on May 14, 2015. The award recognizes an early career journalist who, through their body of work, displays a commitment to NABJ’s goal of outstanding achievement by black journalists and a commitment to providing […]
Summer is a great time to intern. With classes out of the way, you can fully commit to an internship and prepare yourself for the coming year. Not only do you step ahead of the students who decide to spend their holidays slacking off, you get ready to jump back into the hard work that […]
Ever dreamed of working for a major magazine? If yes, then there is no better time to break into the industry than in college with an internship. Not only will it give you a chance to meet the people behind the scenes but also learn the pros and cons of the industry, and decide if […]
On April 22, 2014 Desiree Rogers, CEO of Johnson Publishing Company (JPC), named Mitzi Miller as the new editor-in-chief of EBONY magazine, effective immediately. Miller, most recently served as editor-in-chief of JET magazine, a post she had held since May 2011. Wendy Wilson, the current managing editor of JET magazine, will now oversee the day-to-day […]
A Bowie State University professor will develop a massive open online course (MOOC) to teach people how to effectively report the news using mobile devices, as one of five 2014 Visiting Fellows from Harvard University’s prestigious Nieman Foundation for Journalism. Starting the week of March 24th, Allissa Richardson, lecturer of journalism, will spend two weeks […]