A UNC J-school professor's film makes its world premiere at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication students and faculty are spending spring break in Malawi as part of a documentary partnership with CARE.
Andrew Robertson stopped by the Carolina News Studio to talk about how he got into advertising and the organizational culture at BBDO.
With the support of ABC11 and its audience, the school established the Larry Stogner Fund for Excellence to support future generations of broadcasters.
Media innovator Jason Kilar '93 to give UNC commencement keynote. Documentary filmmaker Barb Lee '88 to address J-school commencement, and M.A. graduate Mary Junck '71 to receive honorary degree.
Faculty members John Clark and Sara Peach will receive a $50,000 award, allowing them to give North Carolina reporters Web-based tools to cover the state legislature.
Kreiss draws on interviews with Obama and Romney campaign staffers and qualitative content analysis of their Twitter feeds to give an inside look at how they used the platform to influence agendas and frames.
The latest from the J-school's Powering a Nation aims to shed light on the energy dynamics within North Carolina's hog industry.