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“To be starting at this moment when journalism itself is changing so much. To be part of remaking it into something new. To be reporting on these difficult times. To be battling untruth with truth.”
Ira Glass, Journalist for NPR’s This American Life
Ira’s words not only reflect the change we seek in Journalism, but also the change we seek in every aspect of Media Production – from writing technical communication to public relations, graphic design, video production, broadcasting, social media, and leadership in the industry. Be part of the change you seek and join us!
“I love that I was able to dig into most aspects of journalism. It wasn’t, ‘You’re doing print and that’s all you’re doing,’ or ‘You’re only doing broadcasting.’ It was, ‘You can do podcasting, you can do layout and design for a magazine, you can do all that and see what you’re really drawn to.'"
Convergent Journalism major, '18
Ricardo Baca exemplifies the traits that make for success in today’s chaotic media world: Audacious, principled, and competitive; he goes where the action is while providing a public service.
Ricardo launched an entertainment website while a columnist at the Denver Post and then becoming the paper’s cannabis editor (the first such position in the world). Now Ricardo runs an agency that brings journalistic principles to the world of public relations and recently spoke to Journalism and Media Production students at MSU Denver, his alma mater. As he traced his story, I detected all the traits I discovered when I interviewed 16 former Rocky Mountain News journalists ten years after being cast adrift when the paper closed.
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P.O. Box 173362
Campus Box 35
Denver, CO 80217-3362