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Journalism professor’s new textbook offers a fuller understanding of how politics and media work

Sep 25, 2020
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Dr. Mallory Perryman’s book, “Mediated Democracy,” covers the complex relationship between media, politics and citizenship.


Trailblazing journalist Dorothy Gilliam to talk at Robertson School Speaker Series

Sep 24, 2020
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The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture is excited to announce Dorothy Butler Gilliam, the first Black woman reporter at The Washington Post and author of an acclaimed book about newsroom diversity, for its Speaker Series event on Oct. 13.


Speaker Series panel debates "Race, Media and the 2020 Election"

Sep 24, 2020
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The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture at Virginia Commonwealth University will host a virtual panel discussion, titled “Race, Media and the 2020 Election," as part of its Speaker Series. The event, which is co-sponsored by the new VCU student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), will be live streamed as a Zoom webinar from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 6.


Get out the vote: Robertson School helps to launch College website to provide election info, expert analysis

Sep 21, 2020
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The College of Humanities and Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University has launched a website that provides important information on the nuts and bolts of voting — how to register, how to request an absentee ballot, where to find one’s polling place, who will appear on the ballot — as well as expert, nonpartisan commentary and analysis by VCU faculty.


VCU Votes: On social media, students encourage voter participation on campus and beyond

Sep 18, 2020
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“The main idea is to convince our peers of their own importance in every election if they want to see the change that they talk about all year round.”


‘Very drastic’: What will be the impact of the Trump administration’s TikTok ban?

Sep 18, 2020
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VCU expert Marcus Messner said the decision might have a chilling effect for international media companies to enter and grow in the American market.


Amid the pandemic, journalism grad Aaron Gilchrist continues to deliver the news

Sep 18, 2020
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At a virtual forum, the VCU alumnus shares his thoughts on adapting during COVID-19, the summer protests, and his personal journey in journalism.


Watch Robertson School Speaker Series event with NBC's Aaron Gilchrist

Sep 15, 2020
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The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture will live stream its next Speaker Series event with alumnus Aaron Gilchrist, anchor for NBC 4 in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 6 p.m.


Master's student shares journey with COVID-19

Sep 1, 2020
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Robertson School master's student Ghenwa Yehia recently published about her experience with COVID-19 and how it has affected her and her family.


Robertson School Faculty supports Letter of Concern to Richmond Mayor and Police Chief

Sep 1, 2020
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The Faculty of the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture signed a Letter of Concern sent by the Student Press Law Center and several other press freedom and First Amendment groups to Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney and Police Chief Gerald Smith in response to repeated confrontations between officers of the Richmond Police Department and journalists covering protests for racial justice this summer.

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