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On this edition of A-TV News, We'll show you how Utah State University is responding after finding COVID-19 in student housing, how Garden City is responding to trucks crashing downtown, and why runners are coming from across the country to participate in the Logan Marathon.

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Today's WORD on Journalism

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“If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about the answers.”

—Thomas Pynchon, author, Gravity's Rainbow, 1973 (p. 251)






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Broadcast student Zachary Aedo conducts a traveling interview with Brent Carpenter, also known as 'Bicycle Brent,' whose friendly wave and honk has become a familiar sight in the street of Logan. The feature won Aedo a first-place award for Television Feature Reporting in the regional competition sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. This portion of the video was shot by broadcast associate professor Brian Champagne from a car window.

Aggie Student Broadcasters Continue Winning Tradition in SPJ Competition


Utah State University’s Journalism and Communication broadcast students were recognized for their excellent reporting by the Society of Professional Journalists, continuing a tradition of award-winning work by student broadcasters in the Department of Jou...

2020 Research Colloquium Poster

2020 Journalism and Communication Research Colloquium


Join the Journalism and Communication Department for the 2020 Research Colloquium on February 19, 2020 from Noon to 6:30 pm. Listen to former USU JCOM faculty and current BYU Associate Professor, Dr. Dale Cressman for the key note speech at 5:30 pm. All

Science Writing Class



A new class at Utah State University will help journalists develop a stronger understanding of science, and help scientists develop their skills as communicators.

Matt LaPlante Best Selling Book

Matt LaPlante Best Selling Book


A Utah State University professor's latest work has made the New York Times' Best Sellers list.

Votes for Women: Suffrage and the 19th Amendment Centennial

Votes for Women: Suffrage and the 19th Amendment Centennial


USU Journalism and Communication Professor, Candi Carter Olson, speaks at the Dole Institute for Politics at KU with Jinx Broussard (LSU) and Teri Finneman (KU).


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