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Wednesday, May 9 at 9 a.m.


Chapters 8-11 in textbook. Final revisions on Messenger due at this time as well as updated portfolio sites.


Portfolio Urls


All of your design work needs to be featured on your online portfolio by the final time, which is Wednesday, May 9 at 9 a.m.

Comment on this post and include the URL to your individual portfolio. You should include these assignments:

Aperion (both posters)

Mass Media Cover

Horseshoe Brochure

Frank’s poster

Messenger Spread

Class update — Feb. 28


1) Please plan to have your covers in the final folder by class time Thursday, March 1. You need to package your cover and also export a pdf of your file. Please make sure the file is named with your last name and first name. I will print these before I come to class Thursday, so I might be a few minutes late. The lab will be open at 8:30 a.m. if you need to finish up.

2) All groups need to contact all assigned advertisers by Thursday, March 1. We will go over the list and see where we are. If we are short, each group will be assigned a new list of contacts.

3) Apeiron posters are due by March 6. Again, package these folders and export the pdf and save on the server. You will lose points if you fail to turn these in correctly.

Messenger Story Ideas


Hey guys.

Please comment on this post and include your story ideas for the 2012 Mass Media Messenger. Remember, the magazine mails in June/July.


Here are a few ideas to get us started.

1) Airbods/Dn’A Radio show (Derek Huff & Austin Abernathy)

2) Going back to Paris this spring

3) Night of Media Merriment (second annual)


Thinks of news that fit these broad categories: student news/profiles, faculty news/profiles, class profiles, stories media professionals and alumni would care about

Class: Please comment here


We are going to spend a lot of time working on projects together. Let’s get to know each other. Please comment on this post with a brief bio of yourself.

Make sure to include the following at the top in this order.




Expected Graduation (semester and year):

Three jobs that sound appealing to you in the field.

And, finally, whatever else you would like to include.

You can see my comment below.