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Buell Communications Center Building on the campus of Colorado State University-Pueblo

The labs available to students within the Mass Communications department and Center for New Media provide opportunities for hands-on and practical experience before the student graduates from the university.

Rocky Mountain PBS is a public broadcasting station affiliated with Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting and CPB, and provides lab training and on-campus internships for television students. Students help produce live programming that includes "Homework Hotline" and "Matchwits."   Pre-requisites: declared MCCNM major or minor and MCCNM 245.

KTSC-FM/Rev 89 is licensed to CSU-Pueblo as an educational radio station by the Federal Communications Commission. Rev 89 is operated by the Mass Communications Department and serves listeners in Southern Colorado. Revenue for the station is generated by community underwriting. Department students provide daily programming and production for news, music, public affairs and sports. Pre-requisites: declared MCCNM major or minor and MCCNM 140.

TODAY is the department's online news site and print news magazine; both are produced by journalism students. Editorial and management positions are awarded each semester after review of applications from qualified students. Student opportunities include news, features, sports, and editorial, in both print and online journalism operations. TODAY is funded through advertising revenue generated by the MCCNM student advertising staff. Pre-requisites: declared MCCNM major or minor and MCCNM 201.

Occhiato Student Center Grand Opening

An artist rendition of the Occhiato Student Center

Join us for the Grand Opening and Re-dedication of the Occhiato Student Center at 1 p.m. on January 23, 2018. Open House 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Jan. 22-23.

Mass Communications and Center for New Media

Faculty and Staff

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