Bournemouth University held a networking event last week for students looking to forge a career in journalism. A panel of industry experts, including a number of BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism graduates attended the Media School to discuss careers in journalism with the current crop of third-year BAMMJ students. The attendees included Paul Addison, who trains… Read more »
Four students from the Media School have teamed up to launch a new student magazine, focusing on the radical side of life at university. CRUX MAG, set to be launched on 1st March, aims to provide the most complete compilation of student events on the web, featuring listings, playlists and articles on the more alternative… Read more »
A trio of staff from the Media School at Bournemouth University walked away with the People’s Choice award from the New Media Writing Prize ceremony. Co-director Mat Charles, Digital Producer Ann Luce and Website Designer Rob Munday were given the prize for the website and iPhone app that accompanied feature length documentary The Engineer.
A team of ten Media School students have been praised for their successful coverage of the MeCCSA 2014 conference. The students from various degrees, including BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism and BA Communication and Media, produced real time coverage of the event using a live blog and various social media tools.
In its latest edition, the Bournemouth Rock newspaper has a festive feel as it covers the various Christmas celebrations across the town. The paper’s features section has a double page spread focusing on the German Christmas Market in Bournemouth Square and also the Garden of Lights, which is located in the Lower Gardens.