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NBA LEGEND MAGIC JOHNSON VISITS CSULB
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CSULB held “An Evening with Magic Johnson,” with the retired NBA star, on campus on May 5 – and Department of Journalism & Mass Communication students were at hand to cover the event.  On the picture, Josh Bentrem (holding the microphone) and Drew Unger are seen interviewing Johnson.You can also watch the video made by the students by clicking here.
PADNET.TV ELECTION SERIES

The Department of Journalism & Mass Communication at CSULB has partnered with PADNET.tv in their upcoming Election Perspective series in advance of the June 3 runoff election.  Shows air live on channel 32 on Charter 32, and channel 41 on Verizon 41, from 7-8pm on the dates below (click on links below to see the show’s Facebook page):

DEPARTMENT TO CO-SPONSOR ANOTHER MAYORAL DEBATE
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Associated Students, and Press Telegram are sponsoring a mayoral debate between Damon Dunn and Robert Garcia next Wednesday, May 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the University Theatre on the first floor of the University Student Union.

JOURNALISM DAY 2014
APRIL 24, 9:30am-1:30pm, USU Ballrooms

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SENIOR CHOSEN FOR DIVERSITY TELEVISION FELLOWSHIP
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Enedina Cisneros, a 22-year-old journalism major (second from the left on picture), was one 12 fellows chosen nationwide for the Capitol Broadcasting Company’s Diversity Fellowship. Cisneros, who is also a Daily 49er radio production assistant, was one of three fellows chosen from California for the program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  The Los Angeles resident shadowed producers and also helped produce the newscast for WRAL TV in Raleigh from March 12-16. To be accepted, Cisneros submitted an application, a reel, a letter of recommendation and a short essay on diversity. She wrote about diversity in media through her role “as a Mexican and a feminist.”

$14,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS FROM THE DEPARTMENT
The Department of Journalism & Mass Communication is offering $14,000 in scholarships to our students who will return next year.  Applications are due in the main office (SSPA-024) by Friday, April 11, before 4 p.m.  Winners will be announced on Journalism Day, April 24, 2014.  Good luck!  Click here to download the scholarship application or click here download the flyer for the scholarship.
NAHJ BRINGS LA TIMES’ RUBEN VIVES TO CAMPUS ON MARCH 18
The CSULB Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists will be hosting Ruben Vives, LA Times general assignment reporter, to discuss crime beat journalism and more.  On Tuesday, March 18 at 6 p.m. on SSPA-029C.  Click here to download the official flyer for the event.
ACCREDITING TEAM VISIT
Welcome the site evaluation team from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, or ACEJMC. They will be in the department, visiting classes, students and faculty on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 17 and 18. Student sessions are: Monday, Feb. 17, 3:15 to 4 p.m., SSPA-029C (Open to all students); Tuesday, Feb. 18, 11 a.m. to noon, SSPA-031 (For public relations specialization students only); and Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1 to 2 p.m., SSPA-031 (Open to non-public relations students).
SCREENING OF SENIOR SEMINAR PROJECTS
The Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, together with CSULB’s Multicultural Center, CSULB’s Center for Community Engagement, CSULB’s National Association of Hispanic Journalists chapter and VoiceWaves will be presenting a showcase of projects from our student’s Senior Seminar, followed by a panel discussion entitled “Lens on Long Beach: A Community-CSULB Dialogue,” on Tuesday, Feb. 25 from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Anatol Center on campus.  Click here to download the official flyer for the event.
CSULB STUDENTS RECEIVE GOLDEN MIKE AWARD FROM RADIO AND TELEVISION NEWS ASSOCIATION OF SO. CALIFORNIA
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The CSULB radio show “Daily 49er News,” a collaboration between KBeach and the Daily 49er, was awarded a Golden Mike for Best Radio News Public Affairs Program by the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California during its annual awards ceremony on Jan. 25.  Daily 49er Radio Producer James Delahoussaye and Assistants Enedina Cisneros and Shereen Lisa Dudar accepted the award (left).  It was the first time since 2002 that CSULB won a Golden Mike Award.  Read more about the award in this Daily 49er news story.
CSULB NAHJ HOLDINGS FIRST MIXER OF THE YEAR
The CSULB chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) will be hosting its first mixer of 2014, with the topic of “Looking for Internships?”  The event will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 4 in SSPA-029C at 6 p.m., and will include industry professionals from PBS, La opinion, movie producers and journalists.  E-Mail csulbnahj@gmail.com for more information, and click here to download the official flyer for the event.
DEPT. OF JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION GUEST SPEAKER SERIES – GREG LUKIANOFF

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The Department of Journalism & Mass Communication at CSULB invites invites students, faculty, staff, alumni and the University community to “The State of Free Speech on Campus,” a lecture by Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.  The author of Unlearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate, he has published numerous news article in prominent newspapers and has testified before the U.S. Senate about free speech.
Click here to download the official flyer for the event
DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION GUEST SPEAKER SERIES – LAURA CASTAÑEDA
CastanedaThe Department of Journalism & Mass Communication at Cal State Long Beach is proud to host Laura Castañeda, Emmy Award-winning writer, producer and journalist and Chair of the Department of Communications at San Diego City College as part of its Guest Speaker Series.Prof. Castañeda will be talking about “Reporting on the United States-Mexico Border and Immigration Issues.”  The event will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Anatol Center (AS-119) on campus.  Students, faculty, staff, alumni and the University community are invited to attend.For more information, click here to download the full announcement for the event (in PDF).
WATCH (AND LISTEN) TO THE JOURNALISM PROFESSOR
John ShraderJournalism & Mass Communication Assistant Professor John Shrader has started a new radio show, “Watch the Media,” on Kbeach, the university’s radio station.  Shrader, who also serves an as adviser for the station, will be examining in the show “the issues, trends, topics of media,” including commentary, critiques, and interviews.  Find more about the show here.
WATCH (AND LISTEN) TO THE JOURNALISM PROFESSORNAHJ MixerThe CSULB chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) will be hosting a potluck mixer for students and faculty alike, with food, prizes and more. The event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 5 p.m. at SSPA-029C. Attendees are also encouraged to visit and Like the Chapter’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/nahjcsulongbeach to enter in the raffle drawing. For more information, download the flyer here or e-mail NAHJ at csulbnahj@gmail.com
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