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Facilities Tour

students in in a video production studio

The Department's main offices are in Maloney Hall, but its facilities—including the media lab, video production studio, communication research lab, and more—are spread out across the main campus. View slideshow of facilities

Alumni News

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Emily Mervosh '14 received an Advanced Study Grant to produce and direct a documentary titled "Genesis".  Read more about Emily in the BC Chronicle.  Photo by Caitlin Cunningham.

Kevin Allocca '11

Kevin Allocca '11—a double major in communication and film studies—determines "what's hot" in online video as YouTube's trends manager. Kevin was recently featured in Boston College Magazine.

Multimedia

Matt Sienkiewicz

MORPHING MEDIA

Communication Professor Matt Sienkiewicz chaired a panel discussion on new media.
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Michael C. Keith

FACULTY PUBLICATION

Video from BC libraries

Communication Professor Michael C. Keith discusses his latest collection of short stories entitled Of Night and Light. View video

Marilyn Matelski

Whither civility?

Video from BC libraries

Communication Professor Marilyn Matelski discusses society's growing desensitivity toward the use of vulgarity. View video

Tracey Wigfield

Tracey Wigfield

Video from BC Front Row

Hear from Emmy-winning writer Tracey Wigfield '05.  Sponsored by the Communication and Theater Departments.  View video

Students in the News

Stephanie Costa '14, and her blog post for the Carroll School of Management course "Social Media for Managers," lead a piece on how today's students crowdsource information in USA Today.

Olga Khmylev '13 traveled to Sochi to be part of NBC's production team covering the Winter Olympics.  View video

Alumni Profile

Jana Ross

Jana Ross '11 is currently an account executive at Weber Shandwick, a global public relations firm. 

Media Lab Hours

View open hours for Media Lab (Lyons 215).

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Faculty Publication

Video from BC Libraries

Communication Professor Michael C. Keith discusses the latest edition of his textbook Keith's Radio Station
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