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MU Today – Communication Now

Enter the world of Mass Communication at MU!

 

by John Vogt - July 17, 2015

It’s time for another edition of Mansfield University Today. This program is written and produced by Mansfield University for Wellsboro Home Page.

On today’s broadcast we go to the Mansfield University Mass Communication Department where MU offers students an outstanding hands-on experience in preparation for employment in the exciting fields of electronic media and public relations. From broadcasting to freelance writing, it’s all here at MU.

MU students work with the latest professional equipment available today and the most up-to-date editing software. Students also have access to numbers of HD video cameras that can be taken out for production classes. Public Relations students experience the real world of public relations in their PR workshops where they are given the opportunity to work with real-life clients.

MU students have access to any of their professors and get one-on-one attention that makes a substantially positive difference in their growth and development as professionals.

Communication Professor, Gary McIntyre, says that MU’s internship program is very strong and that students have interned at such places as ABC, VH1, ESPN, and Studio City in LA.

This is very exciting news for The Home Page Network because we need interns! We had an outstanding internship program serving our nation’s capital area for over 20 years. Home Page has established internship programs with other colleges and universities such as Penn State University. We would love to talk with Professor McIntyre and any of the students at MU that he believes may be interested. Please spread the word!

Today’s feature on MU’s Department of Communications is both fascinating and informative. Mansfield University has a lot to offer! If you are considering a career path in Mass Communications, we highly recommend that you contact the Admissions Office at Mansfield University at 570-662-42432. You can also visit their webpage: communication.mansfield.edu.

Thanks for watching!

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