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Roy H. Park School of Communications

Students interested in a career in sport media got the chance to pick the brains of professionals in the field at the Park School of Communication's Sport Media Day Friday, April 13. Alumni throughout the industry were invited to IC to participate in an interactive panel discussion, classroom workshops, resume critiques, and more. 



Who says you need a fancy studio to make a broadcast production? IC students can broadcast live with the use of  remote production truck featuring camera, sound, and editing equipment all inside one compact vehicle. The remote truck allows students to produce live broadcasts of Bomber sports, graduation, speakers, and events that are shown throughout the Tompkins County area through a local TV channel.


When senior Aaron Edwards entered the Roy H. Park School of Communications as a freshman, he felt the absence of an outlet that addressed newsroom diversity. Four years later, his new student organization, the Park Association for Journalists of Color (PAJC), fills the void.


An exciting new minicourse in the Roy H. Park School of Communications had ABC News anchors Diane Sawyer and David Muir ’95 interacting with students via Skype.


Relieved to escape the London chill, I scanned my ID card, swung open the door, and entered a bustling newsroom with new faces. I reached back to pull off my jacket. 


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