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Journalism, Multimedia, Public Relations

The Journalism major at Keene State College is the only stand-alone, four year journalism degree program in the USNH system and one of the few such programs in New England. The major prepares students for careers in the field by enabling them to build print, broadcast, and digital media skills in an applied setting.


Program Overview

Journalism, Multimedia, and Public Relations students at KSC have the opportunity to work for the school newspaper, The Equinox, and the weekly 30-minute television newscast, KSC-TV News, as well as WKNH Radio. Internships with professioinal media organizations and businesses are also an important part of the program. The Journalism program is housed in the Media Arts Center where students use the Journalism computer lab, the television broadcast studio and audio and video editing labs. More about Program Overview


Students and Alumni

Julie Conlon, ‘14

"I can honestly say that as a student studying journalism I will leave this school with more experience in my field of choice than most students. The program has exceeded my expectations entirely; the hands-on, absolutely real life work and situations I’m in everyday with this program is preparing me for the job market." –Julie Conlon

News can happen anywhere, anytime, to anyone. Reporting that news accurately and objectively requires a multitude of finely honed talents, including sharp writing and communication skills. It also requires knowledge of the technology and tools that deliver the news to the public. The Keene State College state-of-the-art production studio and student-run newspaper, "The Equinox," provide our Journalism students with opportunities to report on real life news and current events on campus and out in the community.

Here’s a look at how current students and alumni are making use of the tools and skills honed in Keene State’s Journalism department.


Department Faculty

Inside the Media Arts Studio

In the field of Journalism, passing along accurate and timely information is a tremendous responsibility. Keene State College Journalism, Multimedia, Public Relations professors take that responsibility very seriously as they teach our students the importance of fair, accurate, and balanced Journalism, Multimedia, and Public Relations practices. More about Department Faculty


News

March 21, 2018 –

Benajil Rai came to New Hampshire with the aspiration to make an impact in Keene, and to make a difference back home in Nepal.

Rai is majoring in multimedia journalism, and she has a goal of pursuing a minor in women’s and gender studies. When asked why she chose it…

July 20, 2017 –

Among the many extraordinary first-year students coming to Keene State this fall will be two young women from Nepal. Puja Thapa and Benajil Rai have received scholarships, thanks to the partnership between Keene State and the Nepal-based Little Sisters Fund . The Little Sisters Fund has been working since 1998…

June 13, 2017 –

Keene State’s student newspaper, The Equinox, has been selected as one of 25 finalists from among 105 entries for the Associated Collegiate Press’ (ACP) prestigious Pacemaker award. The ACP looks at online, newspaper, yearbook and magazine publications and judges them according to coverage and content, quality of writing and reporting…

January 5, 2017 –

“I’m absolutely thrilled to be returning home to New England and working for the station that I grew up watching,” said Eric Kane ’11, who joined Boston’s WHDH 7 news team as a reporter in November. Shortly after graduation, the Bedford, N.H., native took a job as a reporter, anchor…


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Cheryl Martin
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