Join Associated College Press and its partner associations — College Media Association and College Media Business and Advertising Managers — for a series of think-tank meetings on the state of collegiate media.
We’re inviting advisers and student journalists to discuss the many challenges facing collegiate media organizations across platforms.
First, we’ll identify those challenges, and then, in subsequent meetings, we’ll focus on some of the specifics and work to find common solutions.
4 p.m. CT Wednesdays
Let’s identify the issues
WATCH the Feb. 10, 2021, recording
Nathan Laursen, director of USU Student Media, Utah State University; and CMBAM president-elect
Let’s talk money
Monetizing • Budgets • Student Fees
WATCH the Feb. 17, 2021, recording
Charlie Weaver, executive director and general manager, MN Daily Media, University of Minnesota; and CMBAM president
Nathan Laursen, Utah State University and CMBAM president-elect
Katherine Ross, director of sales and marketing, Daily Pennsylvanian; and CMBAM programming director
Chuck Clark, director of WKU Student Publications, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green; and ACP/NSPA treasurer
Stress Management • Zoom Fatigue • Mental Health/Self Care
WATCH the Feb. 24, 2021, recording
Jeanne Acton, journalism director, University Interscholastic League, Austin, Texas, and ACP/NSPA president
Tamara Zellars Buck, professor and multimedia journalism coordinator at Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau; adviser to the Arrow newspaper; and CMA vice president of member support
Elizabeth Smith, director of Pepperdine Graphic Media and an assistant professor of journalism, Pepperdine University; and ACP/NSPA vice president
Recruitment/Retention • Training • Motivation
Elizabeth Smith, Pepperdine University; and ACP/NSPA vice president
Race • Political • Business/Economy
Tamara Zellars Buck, Southeast Missouri State University, and CMA vice president of member support