Thursday, February 4, 2016

AUTV 20 NewsBreak 2 2 16



Stay tuned to the Ashland JDM blog for the latest news on the department and student media. Be sure to catch AUTV-20's newest program News Break on this blog site. New stories on JDM students, alumni and faculty will be forthcoming.

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Monday, February 1, 2016

Video of Dr. Rinehart memorial available

The Department of Journalism and Digital Media live-streamed the Dr. Don Rinehart memorial, held in the Jack and Deb Miller Chapel on Thursday, as a service to the university community.

You can watch the video by clicking here.


Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Tyler Lance's Internship Experience:

This past summed I interned with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, a minor league baseball affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, as a promotions and marketing intern. My role was being in chafe of scoreboard graphics on game days. I learned a lot about how media works behind the scenes in professional sports organizations, in addition to a lot of other things about graphics and the day to day operations of a sports  organization.


I learned how to use different sports graphics in different situations. My role was operating the scoreboard graphics. I was in charge of putting different players' head shots up on the scoreboard depending on who was at bat. I also was in charge of putting different in-game situational graphics up on the scoreboard. An example of that is if there was a pressure packed situation in the game, I would put up a graphic that said "make some noise," to try to encourage the fans to get really excited and cheer the team on. The goal of this was to make the game more interesting for the fans and even give people a good laugh if I timed a short video clip correctly. An example of this happened one time when when the opposing manager came out of the dugout to argue about a call the umpire made. I played a short video clip that said, "there's no crying in baseball."

I would rate this internship experience as a very valuable one. I learned a lot about media promotions, marketing, and graphics applied to the context of a professional sports organization. I am very grateful to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers for the opportunity they gave me to be an intern with their organization this summer.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Tasha Arnold's Internship Experience:

 This summer I interned at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio. I created short promotional videos portraying the Reformatory, these were then put up on their YouTube page. I planned, shot, and edited eight videos. I used my own camera, audio, and editing equipment for all of the videos. I also did a final project for the Reformatory, a short TV segment focusing on the restorations being done on the building. This internship provided a lot of new experiences and taught me a lot of new techniques, and how to interact with people in this profession.


I learned quite a lot during this internship. I had to learn how to communicate to people who do not fully understand what it is that I do. At this internship I believe that the knowledge i gained will help me a lot after I graduate. I now have knowledge of more editing techniques and software that will make me more flexible in the workplace.