On the evening of April 26, the top 16 persuasive speakers enrolled in the fall semester of Communication Arts 100 competed in the CA 100 Speech Contest.
This week, registration is officially open for Summer Term 2016 courses! Seniors, juniors, and sophomores can enroll now, and freshmen can enroll on Friday.
If one wanted to know what a couple of dozen people with ties to UW-Madison Communication Arts were doing February 26-27, they’d need look no further than the Radio Preservation Task Force Conference. The conference, hosted at the Library of Congress and the University of Maryland, was titled “Save America’s Radio Heritage” and focused on the preservation of radio history.
What do the films Silicon Cowboys (2016) and The Smart Studios Story (2016) have in common? Quite a lot, actually! For one, both are documentaries about start-ups in the early 1980s that had significant impacts in their respective industries before faltering in the 2000s. Secondly, the filmmakers are connected to UW-Madison and the Department of Communication Arts.
Published twice a year, the Journal of Radio & Audio Media (JRAM) aims to promote scholarly discussions concerni
In October, former UW Communication Arts Ph.D. candidate Eric Crosby began work as the Richard Armstrong Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) in Pittsburgh.