Pamela Baggett graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Journalism. Since then, she has gained over 30 years of experience in dealing with communication in times of crisis. Baggett is currently CEO of her own company Persuasion Communication, LLC, a PR agency that specializes in crisis management and issue advocacy.Read More
This is a student-produced tv show that airs 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays (channel 19 for Grande and 17 for Time Warner). The talk about Mass Communication Week starts at 2:50.
On Tuesday, Oct. 21st at 2:00 P.M. in OM 234, James Aldrete and Frank Guerra will be speaking about the topic of targeting multicultural audiences in elections. James Aldrete is active in the world of politics and was a campaign consultant for Larry Joe Dohert, who won a seat in the United States House ofRead More
As chair of Mass Communication Week, I have to say that I think we have an outstanding event this year. As a blogger, however, I’ll tell you that it’s true and the line up is kick-a$$. There are so many speakers I want to see and am unsure how I will be able to, withRead More
Below is a list of speakers for Mass Comm Week Oct. 20-23 (updated 10/9/08) Monday, Oct. 2010:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Mass Comm Career Fair; LBJ Ballroom 10:30 a.m.What form of communication is best? From e-mail to snail mail – Heloise; Texas State-Round Rock 3:30 p.m.Sports and media relations – Avery Holton, Round Rock Express; TexasRead More
That concludes our live streams during Mass Comm Week, but there’s still a lot more good stuff to see in person. Thanks for watching, chatting, participating. Live TV : Ustream Visit the show page at Ustream.tv to join a chat during the sessions. Schedule:Oct. 2111am Statesman Twitter panel – Robert Quigley and Tony Plohetski –Read More