Taught by the Common Language Project, COM 363 is the capstone of the journalism major. Each quarter, teams of student reporters produce multimedia stories for the award-winning Next Door Media neighborhood blog network.

Students in the fall 2011 COM 360, Introduction to Multimedia Journalism, have posted their audio slideshow presentations. Topics include feature profiles, Occupy Seattle, Yogurtland, the UW rowing team, and the UW Visitors Center. View their work >>

Howard an observer at Tunisian elections

Associate Professor Phil Howard got a unique look at the election process in Tunisia recently. As an election observer with the official mission of the National Democratic Institute, he witnessed not only an important day in history for the people…

Horsey credits UW for broad educational perspective

David Horsey (BA, 1976) says that his liberal arts education has given him the ability to do what he does in an entertaining, yet intelligent fashion. Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s Pulitzer-winning editorial cartoonist Horsey is known for his keen perspective on politics…

Four Peaks TV: Innovative ideas for the future

Innovation, entrepreneurship, community, and entertainment. These are the “four peaks” that embody the mission of the Four Peaks organization and UWTV show of colliding different idea generators, from social activists to business entrepreneurs to local artists within the Pacific Northwest….

Colloquium: Rinke on Election Coverage

The news coverage of election campaigns is one of the most studied areas of political communication and has very much become a fixture of the field. Not surprisingly, certain recurring features of such coverage have been taken for granted and…

The June 2008 issue of Columns Magazine featured a memorable story on 100 “famous, fascinating or influential living graduates.” The Department of Communication was impressively represented by 12 alumni from the list of 100. In celebration of the UW’s College…

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