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On this edition of A-TV News, we'll show you how the Cache County Sheriff Office reacted to their recent loss. Also, how you can protect your animals in a natural disaster. There are shirts with writing on them around Utah State's campus, you can find out why they are on display in this edition of A-TV news.

Producer: Nicole Heaps

Today's WORD on Journalism

good reminder“I have tried simply to write the best I can; sometimes I have good luck and write better than I can.”

—Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), pretty successful writer.


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Broadcast Class Spring 2018

Awaiting the awards: 9 JCOM, other students earn college Emmy nominations


This awards show won’t be shown on television, and evening dress isn’t required. But nine Utah State University students are seeing plenty of glitter. The students have earned nominations in the college-student category of the Emmy awards, announced Aug.

Sheryl Worsley

USU speaker: Legacy media can win the fight for digital space (Full Video Below)


When Sheryl Worsley began her career at KSL Radio, news producers were still physically "cutting tape." A lot has changed since then — so much that many people believe news organizations like KSL are doomed to extinction — but Worsley has a lot of hope fo...

PRSSA Spring 2018 Field Trip

PRSSA Spring 2018 Field Trip


PRSSA had the opportunity to visit its professional advisor Debbie Ostrander, who is the communications director for Intermountain Healthcare (IHC), and also Lt. Gov. Spencer J. Cox at the Utah Capitol on Tuesday.

Andrew Kramer

Andrew Kramer of The New York Times Gives JCOM Students Advice


Andrew Kramer of The New York Times. Kramer skyped in from Afghanistan to discuss how to be a better reporter and answer questions. He touched on treating every story like a basic news story, having fun with your leads and ways a reporter can utilize soc

Ethan Babcock

A Highlight of JCOM 2180 Beginning Photojournalism.


Ethan Babcock, a senior studying public relations is highlighting what he learned in JCOM 2180 Beginning Photojournalism.


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