Jeff Fountain to manage newly renovated TV studio, broadcast center

by Emma Mangione The Harrington School will soon be home to a $1.2 million state-of-the-art television studio and broadcast center in Chafee Social Science Center. The TV Studio’s location and square footage will remain the same, but the design and equipment will be upgraded.The changes include a fully robotic camera, an industry-standard audio board, new […]

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Yianni Kourakis teaches introductory sports media & communication course

by Juliana Dellamarggio This fall, the Harrington School of Communication and Media introduced the first-ever Introduction to Sports Media and Communication class taught by award-winning sports director and anchor, Yianni Kourakis. The course offers students a survey of perspectives on sports communication and media. It addresses the changing 24/7 landscape of sports media, the prevalence […]

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Justin Wyatt

Leaving academia for television and then leaving television for academia was always the plan. Justin Wyatt took theory, put it into practice, and then brought his research back to the classroom.

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Ashish Chadha

Ashish Chadha has been making films for decades, but they are not the kind you might see at, say, a Showcase cinema. Chadha’s films are experimental or, as one critic puts it, “deliberately incomprehensible,” yet “visually seductive.” They explore themes of death, time, and ritual rooted in the religion, history, and philosophy of India, where he grew up.

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