Innovative Media Entrepreneur Emily Ramshaw to Visit LSU, Discuss Experience Building an Independent Nonprofit Newsroom
BATON ROUGE--The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication will join the LSU Women's Center and LSU Women's and Gender Studies to host a conversation on preserving democracy in journalism, health equity, and women in the economy and politics led by media entrepreneur Emily Ramshaw on March 22 at 4 p.m. CT.
LSU Reilly Center to Host 2023 John Breaux Symposium 'The Changing Labor of Global Journalism: Relationships, Tools and Power'
BATON ROUGE--Sweeping changes have taken place in global journalism--coverage that crosses national borders--affecting everything from who reports it and how it is reported to who publishes and how audiences consume it. Join the LSU Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at the 2023 John Breaux Symposium on March 2 at 3:30 p.m. CT to examine these changes with a focus on the relationships, tools and power involved in contemporary global journalism.
LSU Reilly Center Invites Changemakers to Apply for Third Community Collaborative Cohort
BATON ROUGE--The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication is recruiting its third cohort class for "The Community Collaborative: By the Community, For the Community." The Center is seeking individuals interested in creating change in their communities to participate.
Louisiana Experts to Explore Sickle Cell Disease, Impact on Black and Brown Communities at LSU Reilly Center Event
BATON ROUGE--The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication will kick off the sixth season of the Racism: Dismantling the System series with its first episode, "Sickle Cell Disease: Looking at the Medical Distrust & Health Disparities Facing Black & Brown Communities," on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 3:30 p.m. CT.
LSU Doctoral Students Awarded Research Grants to Support Projects on News Skepticism among Media Consumers in Vietnam, Self-Representation on Social Media
BATON ROUGE--LSU Manship School doctoral students H. Dat Tran and Uyen Diep were recently awarded grants of $500 each to support independent research projects as recipients of the Patricia Kay Benoit Award.
LSU Political Communication Scholar's Research Team Awarded $5 Million NSF Grant to Study Online Harassment of Journalists
BATON ROUGE--Journalists are increasingly reliant on communication platforms such as Twitter to do their job. They find sources, build their network, grow their audience and promote their work online. At the same time, cyber abuse and harassment are growing--malicious actors troll online spaces, often creating hostile environments.
LSU Manship School Grad Releases First Book, 'How to Win the War on Truth'
BATON ROUGE - LSU Manship School of Mass Communication alumnus and media studies expert Samuel C. Spitale has released his first book, "How to Win the War on Truth," an illustrated guide to debunking misperceptions, falsehoods and fake news, published by Quirk Books.