Journalism & Media Studies

Journalism & Media Studies
140 7th Avenue South
St. Petersburg Florida 33701
Phone: 727-873-4850
Fax: 727-873-4034

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Currently in operation and officially opening in September 2006, the bureau itself is located in one of the city's most diverse areas and contains student work stations with wireless Internet and cable access.

Meet Journalists From Around The Globe
Chinese Journalist Jay Black and Min Chen Our Visiting International Journalists Program, in conjunction with the U.S. State Department, brings print, broadcast, and web journalists from around the globe to our campus several times each month, presenting students and faculty with a rare opportunity to gain an international perspective on how news is covered.
Major Network Journalists Visit Campus
More Corey Corey Flintoff of NPR In addition, we bring other visiting professionals to campus, including journalists from NPR, NBC, and Sports Illustrated to speak in classes and to the community.
 
 
 

 

   
Corey Flintoff, "Peggy Peterman Visiting Professional", speaks to students in "Media Coverage of War," the course taught this semester by Dr. Silvia and Dr. Black. Corey has recently reported from Baghdad for NPR. Dr.Tony Silvia (standing) introduces Corey Flintoff (right), an award-winning National Public Radio (NPR) journalist, to his Media Coverage of War class Flintoff, an NPR journalist for 15 years, has been stationed in Baghdad. "We decided to bring him in for a whole week," says Dr. Silvia, Director of the USF St. Petersburg Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Flintoff is also one of the guest speakers at the Journalists and War Conference Feb. 16-17. (Photos by Casey Feldkamp)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
Min Chen, with translator Haiyan Wang, discuss the differences between news media in China and the U..S. with students in Dr. Jay Black's Media Ethics class. Mr. Chen is one of China's most prominent journalists. He has written two books about changes in Chinese culture--both of which have been banned in his home country.
Dr. Black welcomes our two visitors, who are part of the International Visiting Journalists program. Nearly every month the department hosts emminent journalists from all over the world, under the auspices of the U.S. State Department.

 

Professional Journalists Frequently Visit Our Classrooms

More Corey Corey Flintoff of NPR
Corey Flintoff, "Peggy Peterman Visiting Professional", speaks to students in "Media Coverage of War," the course taught this semester by Dr. Silvia and Dr. Black. Corey has recently reported from Baghdad for NPR. Dr.Tony Silvia (standing) introduces Corey Flintoff (right), an award-winning National Public Radio (NPR) journalist, to his Media Coverage of War class Feb. 13. Flintoff, an NPR journalist for 15 years, has been stationed in Baghdad. "We decided to bring him in for a whole week," says Dr. Silvia, Director of the USF St. Petersburg Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Flintoff is also one of the guest speakers at the Journalists and War Conference Feb. 16-17. (Photos by Casey Feldkamp)

 

 


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