MSU student news crew nominated for a National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences student production award
Mississippi State University’s student produced weekly newscast—Take 30 News—received a nomination for Best Newscast from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Southeast Chapter for a Spring 2021 production.
Communication Connection: Alumnus Ben Hart shares stories of how MSU prepared him to work a variety of media jobs in top U.S. cities
MSU communication department, TV Center, WMSV radio station win big in state broadcasting awards
The Mississippi Association of Broadcasters is recognizing staff and students in Mississippi State’s Department of Communication, University Television Center and WMSV 91.1 FM campus radio station for excellence in broadcasting.
Communication Connection: Alumnus Derek Rogers recalls his days of working in campus media which helped propel him to television management
Communication Connection: Alumnus Marcus Hunter discusses how his MSU coursework helped prepare him for a career in sports and broadcast journalism
Communication Connection: Communication student, Hannah Vandie, discusses how to take initiative and make the most of your student career
National Broadcasting Society selects radio documentary produced by Dr. Terry Likes for exhibition
This report provides a history from FDR’s fireside chats to Trump’s tweets, offering context and analysis of the love-hate relationship of the President and the media.
Misun produced recruitment video earns National Finalist for NBS Awards
In collaboration with the Air Force ROTC on Mississippi State University’s campus, Misun produced a new recruitment video for the AFROTC’s website as well as a 30-second commercial that aired in a Fall 2019 Mississippi State home football game. The national AFROTC has also promoted the video through their social media outlets.
MSU student project wins national award in BEA film-making challenge
A Mississippi State student organization is being recognized for winning first place this month in a national competition with its inaugural submission to the Broadcast Education Association’s 168-Hour Film Challenge.
Two MSU students win 2nd place in national broadcasting contest
Two MSU students are winners in the 2020 College Broadcasters Electronic Media 19th annual National Student Production Awards. The students are Communication majors in the Broadcast and Digital Journalism concentration.
Take 30 airs live newscast each Friday at 4 p.m.
Take 30, a live newscast produced each week by students in the Broadcast & Digital Journalism capstone course, recently held internal student auditions for the Fall 2020 show.