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Inaugural FlashLab Innovation Pitch contest finalists announced

Augmented reality patches. Collaborative marketing and promotion. A safety workshop for journalists. Multi-platform episodic video content. Engaging new students in new ways.

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Spring 2019 SM leadership interviews

SPRING 2019 - Student Media Leadership interview schedule

All interviews are open meetings and will be held in 228 Franklin Hall. The Student Media Board selection subcommittee will conduct its meetings in a manner consistent with the Ohio Open Meetings Law, section 121.22 of the Revised Code.

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FlashLab Kickoff


WHAT:  Thinking innovatively should be a standard skill for all of us. Come to this event to define that term, develop skills in this area and learn to integrate innovation into your daily life. Three industry experts will lead us through an innovation discussion and coach us in a relevant small-group workshop to help us become more innovative thinkers and doers. Students can use this event to kickstart your innovative idea to enter into the Student Media Innovation Pitch Contest and win up to $1,000 for yourself and up to $10,000 to fund an innovative idea for their Student Media partner.

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FlashLab Innovation Pitch Contest

Welcome to the FlashLab Innovation Pitch Contest. 

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Flash Lab Hero

Discover. Develop. Disrupt.

Welcome to the Student Media FlashLab. 

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Kent State Student Media joins WAUPM

Kent State Student Media is now a member of WAUPM! The Western Association of University Publication Managers is a group comprised of only 35 leading student media organizations across the nation. After receiving our second invitation to the annual conference in Philadelphia in spring 2018, we were extended an invitation to join as a full member. This membership is a testament to the amazing work of our students.

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Student Media and our friends believe in smashing goals

For the first time ever, Kent State Student Media participated in KSU’s Giving Tuesday fundraiser in November. And our modest (but optimistic) expectations were surpassed in spades with the help of 156 supporters, who raised $10,121 for our students. Our goal was $4,000. The money raised will go directly to the media groups and be used for such things as student salaries, travel to conferences, and to boost innovation among many other things. We appreciate the generous support from the friends of Student Media.

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Burr Staff

The Burr earns national accolades, named 'Best Student Magazine'

The Burr Magazine, Kent State’s general interest student magazine, was named the best student magazine in the nation by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). Kent State also earned national finalist status in two categories in SPJ’s annual national Mark of Excellence Awards competition.

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