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BUTV10 Scores Four 2020 National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Awards

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Boston/New England chapter recently honored the College of Communication student-run television station BUTV10 with four National Student Production awards. The awards show was originally slated for June 13, but NATAS was forced to cancel it because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and instead opted to announce the winners… Read More

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COM Student Photographers Dominate Boston Awards

Sophie Park, a Pardee senior and COM photography student, won Best of Show and first place for Photo Story in the annual Boston Press Photographers Association College Contest for her series chronicling illness and uncertainty during the current pandemic. “Sophie is a talented and incisive visual person,” said Greg Marinovich, her COM photography professor. “She… Read More

Report for America Picks Five COM Journalists

Four COM graduates and one about to receive her degree were selected this month as members of a “reporting corps” inspired by national service models, to help revive local journalism across the country. They will join in June a cohort of 225 journalists placed with more than 160 local news organizations across 46 states, Washington,… Read More

Pulitzer journalism fellowships awarded to COM, SPH students

Two Boston University graduate students will pursue separate, in-depth investigations related to mental health through fellowships announced this week from the Pulitzer Center. Sofie Isenberg, a first-year graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in journalism at the College of Communication, will drive across the United States to document the psychological aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic… Read More

Photographing Trump’s Washington

On the eve of the 2016 election, Sarah Silbiger was stuck in a corner of the media area at a Donald Trump rally in Manchester, N.H. Blinded by a laser-light show, deafened by blaring music, and gagging from a nearby smoke machine, the aspiring photojournalist came to a decision. “I remember feeling so miserable and… Read More

Mariette DiChristina

Mariette DiChristina is the dean of the College of Communication at Boston University and a nationally recognized science journalist. Before arriving in 2019, DiChristina was the editor-in-chief and executive vice president of Scientific American, as well as executive vice president, magazines, of the magazine’s publisher, Springer Nature. The first woman to head Scientific American since… Read More

Tina Martin

For more than a decade, I have been a television and radio reporter, anchor and host. Some of my awards include an Edward R. Murrow, 2 National Association of Black Journalists Salute to Excellence Awards, and 8 Telly Awards. I love the art of storytelling and specialize in stories that connect people in ways they… Read More

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