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In its first entrance to the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association (MBEA) College Media Awards Competition, Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Mass Media earned seven awards, including five first-place wins for the Arrow, the student newspaper of Southeast, and an additional first-place award won by a TV/Film major. The Missouri College Media Association (MCMA)/MBEA 2021 [...]
The Arrow, the student newspaper of Southeast Missouri State University, won 22 awards during the Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) 2021 Virtual Conference, hosted by Truman State University from April 5-9. Among the Arrow’s honors were nine first-place awards, seven second-place awards, three third-place awards and three honorable mentions. This was the largest number of [...]
Filmmaking students from Southeast Missouri State University, area high schools and other institutions from across the Midwest will present their films and showcase their creative talent at Southeast’s 11th annual Fault Line Film Festival. This year’s film festival will be held virtually through April 17. Fred Jones, professor of mass media at Southeast, said that [...]