Belmont University's Department of Media Studies recently asked David Mathison to speak to students about the changing face of media.
In 2004, Belmont University opened a 7,000 square-foot Media Studies Center, equipped with a multi-media computer lab. Students lead an award-winning newspaper, The Belmont Vision, an online counterpart, and a radio show titled, The Voice.
Mathison was invited to speak at Belmont University by professor Dr. Sybril Bennet. She is a two-time Emmy award winning television news journalist and has worked at CBS in Chicago, Illinois and Nashville, Tennessee. She has also been an on-air reporter, anchor, and talk show host for CBS in Nashville.
This special event is open to the public, and free to attend. It is located Belmont University's Academic Lecture Convocation Credit, on Monday, May 3rd at 10am.
Be sure to bring your colleagues, fellow journalists, students, industry leaders, or anyone else you so desire, and call 615-460-6451 for more information.