Kayla Brooks, a senior Communications major from Dickson and current News Director of WUTM-FM 90.3 “The Hawk,” received the opportunity to shadow Associated Press journalist Meg Kinnard for four days leading up to the 2020 South Carolina Democratic Primary.
Students from the University of Tennessee at Martin’s student newspaper, The Pacer, and student-run radio station, WUTM-FM 90.3 “The Hawk,” competed during the 34th annual Southeast Journalism Conference held Feb. 13-15 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Jennifer Horbelt Bonds, a 2007 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin and longtime evening anchor on WPSD Local 6 in Paducah, Kentucky, crossed the UT Martin commencement stage again Dec. 14 with a Master of Arts degree in strategic communication.
I am Holly Seng, of Union City, and for the past four years I have studied at the University of Tennessee at Martin majoring in communications with a sequence in public relations and a minor in marketing.
The University of Tennessee at Martin’s student-run campus radio station – WUTM-FM 90.3 “The Hawk” – represented the university during the 2018 Tennessee Associated Press Career Day and College Awards held April 27, 2019, in Nashville.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Communications presented Jim Leighton (’79) with the 2019 Department of Communications Distinguished Alumni Award during a reception April 3.
Jillianne Moncrief, of McLemoresville, has used her position as news director at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s campus radio station to find her passion and break out of her comfort zone.
WUTM 90.3 FM “The Hawk,” UT Martin’s student-run campus radio station, has brought home its ninth consecutive Platinum Award from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System annual conference.
Country Radio Broadcasters Inc. selected the University of Tennessee at Martin’s broadcasting program, housed within the Department of Communications, as one of two recipients of this year’s $25,000 scholarship award.
Several students from the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Communications earned awards during the Southeast Journalism Conference held Feb. 14-16 at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro.