">College of Media, Gazette-Mail video recognition by Newseum

Each month, the Newseum in Washington, D.C., features the best in virtual reality. This month, the WVU Reed College of Media and the Charleston Gazette-Mail made the top 10." class="button button--white">Read More

Sen. Capito Rural Broadband


Earlier today Senator Selley Moore Capito hosted a discussion on rural broadband at the WVU Reed College of Media Innovation Center. It focused on the importance of broadband connectivity for rural communities.

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Pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist to visit WVU and discuss book featuring the oral histories of African American 'church mothers' in the Mississippi Delta

Delta Jewels

When photojournalist Alysia Burton Steele moved to Mississippi, she saw images that reminded her of childhood visits with her grandmother in South Carolina. She longed for a connection with her late grandmother and set out to meet and record the oral histories of her contemporaries — the Mississippi Delta’s beloved “church mothers.”

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Making the Future: Women + the Internet of Things


On April 1, the College of Media hosted “Hack the Gender Gap: A Women’s IoT Makeathon” at the Media Innovation Center. More than 50 college women from WVU, Morgan State University, Ohio University, Northwestern, the University of Missouri, Potomac State and Penn State attended the weekend-long event.

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College partners with Matterport

Nancy Andrews

The College is partnering with Mountain View, California, tech company Matterport to make immersive 3-D and Virtual Reality (VR) storytelling a more accessible part of the College’s journalism curriculum and to experiment with new forms of storytelling.

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