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If you walk into the Park School of Communications and ask students to respond to the words “documentary workshop,” I can guarantee some amusing responses -- whimpers, alarm (“Are you taking that class? Why are you taking that class?!”), and sighs of relief if the student has survived this difficult course.

Many of the students attribute that difficulty to one...

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Last summer, 44 Ithaca College students had the experience of a lifetime as interns with the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. Eleven students worked for NBC Sports in China while another 12 worked at NBC headquarters in New York City. A third group of 21 students were selected to intern with the Olympic News Service in Beijing.

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Ithaca College remains a leader in providing students and faculty with access to new media. This year the Roy H. Park School of Communications installed a VideoLink ReadyCam studio.

VideoLink staff members spent nearly a week on campus installing the studio, which is now in use.

The ReadyCam gives Ithaca's own faculty experts the ability to be interviewed live -- via...

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Go behind the scenes with an ICTV producer

When I first visited Ithaca’s Park School of Communications, I was told that hands-on experience was a big part of the television radio major. But I didn’t know how true that was until I went to my first class, Introduction to Media Production, which was held in one of the school’s two television studios....

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You never know what you might get out of a summer internship: a good recommendation, a full-time job, maybe even the opportunity to appear on ABC's Good Morning America Weekend rocking out.

Think we're kidding? Think again.

When senior television-radio major Revital "Revi" Roza landed an internship at Good...

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