The Statesman had a write-up in today’s paper about Mass Communication Week. Way to go, PR team!
Paul Burka and Eileen Smith will be dicussing politics with traditional and new media on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 3:30 p.m. at Alkek 250. Paul Burka has been apart of Texas Monthly staff one year after the magazine’s founding. He writes several features on politics. Burka is a member of the State Bar of TexasRead More
Liz Arreaga of Mercury Mambo will speak at Mass Comm Week at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22. The title of her session is, “Using experiential advertising and PR to target Hispanic consumers.” Arreaga is a co-founder of Mercury Mambo. Liz Arreaga co-founded Mercury Mambo in July 2001 after working as a Coca-Cola USA HispanicRead More
Before Danny Trevino was voted Best Evening Radio Host three years in a row in the Austin Chronicle’s Best of Austin awards, he was a Bobcat. During his days at Texas State, Trevino worked at KTSW. He says that the time spent at the station has helped him the most in preparation for a careerRead More
Advertising and public relations alumni will join Texas State Mass Comm Week on Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. The panel will speak about what they didn’t learn in school and what their current jobs have taught them now. The event will be held in room 320 of Old Main on the Texas State University campus.Read More
Most people in the field of communications are aware of Web 2.0, and how social media is transforming. Director of Emerging Media at PR Newswire, Michael Pranikoff, will discuss the Web’s involvement with communications and social networking. He said he hopes to discuss social media tools and tactics that many are using including free programsRead More
Glenda Goehrs will be speaking about her experiences in the advertising industry and how one would land an internship, job, or client in the advertising field. Goehrs was a former Vice President and Director of Publications at well-renowned advertising agency in Austin, GSD&M Idea City. GSD&M Idea City is full-service agency holding accounts, such asRead More
Texas Music Magazine’s, Richard Skanse and Ramser Media Stewart Ramser, will share their knowledge on music and entertainment journalism on Wednesday, Oct. 22 to students in old main room 232 for mass communications week. Stewart Ramser, a former UT alumnus, is the publisher and editor of Texas Music Magazine and owner of Ramser Media. StewartRead More
Scott McClellan is the former White House Press Secretary of President George W. Bush and controversial author of What Happened-Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception. McClellan served as the Press Secretary for three years after replacing Ari Fleischer. Being a native Texas and having several ties to the central Texas community,Read More
Be sure to read’s the Star’s interview with McClellan and their preview on Mass Communication Week.