Journalism, Sports, Entertainment, & Production

Journalism, Sports, Entertainment, & Production is a career community that encompasses every facet of the entertainment industry at the local, regional, and national levels. The most common careers in the entertainment cluster can be broken down into production or direction, business or management, and artistic performance.

Stories of Peace Community Service Project

Interested in producing a media project for the community? Check out this blog written by the Media School!

Stories of Peace, a service project collaboration by The Media School and the City of Bloomington’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. …

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Chicago Headline Club: Treasure for Journalists

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Founded in 1921, the Chicago Headline Club is the nation’s largest chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, according to its website.

If you are a student journalist with any interest in working in the greater Chicago area, I highly …

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Join a Professional Journalism Association

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If you want to work in journalism and you are looking for ways to network, you will find a gold mine in professional organizations. The American Media Institute’s website lists 40 organizations you can join or learn from.

Why check …

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Student Spotlight: Sheila Raghavendran

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Sheila is a senior at IU majoring in History. She is also pursuing a certificate in Journalism. She spent her summer as a WYSO Curious Reporting Intern for WYSO Public Radio.

Career Time Travel: What did you want to do …

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Walter Center Success Network: Connect with Alumni

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The Walter Center Success Network was created just for you! This new platform allows students to connect with alumni across industries and ask career related questions from those who are already excited to speak with them.

Tips to maximize the …

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