Telling great stories means unearthing information, connecting with people, holding the powerful accountable, giving voice to the voiceless and making a difference. Those stories and the careers they make start at the University of Montana School of Journalism. Learn more: http://eepurl.com/c7Nfzj
The names of University of Montana journalism students are all over this year’s list of nominations for the Awards of Excellence from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Northwest Chapter. The awards will be announced at the Emmy ceremony in June. In the overall newscast...
Work while you play by taking these summer journalism classes online.
Complete two journalism requirements, as well as two general ed courses for your UM degree!
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JRNL 100HY - Media History and Literacy
Instructor: Ray Fanning
A survey of the history, development and...
This spring, J-School students are undertaking big work through many of the captsone projects at the J-School like student documentary, Montana Journalism Abroad and Montana Native News. In Native News, 20 students are spreading out across the state to cover sovereignty on Montana's...