"Media Fellows challenged me to explore what interested me and to go beyond my comfort zone." Angie Hamilton-Lowe '00Read More
The Media Fellows Program
Shaping the people who shape the conversation.
Here and There
During her time as a Media Fellow, Lydia Hayden's internships took her to C-SPAN in Washington, D.C., and Big Sky Productions in Cape Town, South Africa.Read More
A Good Fit
Drawn to DePauw by the Media Fellows program, CNBC's Jon Fortt '98 is at the forefront of technology coverage.Read More
Meredith H. Siemens '05 Named One Of the "Forty Under 40"
Meredith H. Siemens '05 is among the "Forty Under 40" featured in South Carolina's Charleston Regional Business Journal. Siemens is executive director, public relations and communications, for South Carolina Federal Credit Union.Read More
Ben Solomon '10 wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize
New York Times Mulitmedia journalist Ben Solomon '10 and his reporting team were recently named winners of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for International Journalism for their ongoing report on the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.Read More
A Word from the Director
Dr. Jonathan Nichols-Pethick talks about what being a Media Fellow means for you.Read More
Combining classes with hands-on experience, the Media Fellows Program trains students in the theory and practice of media. Media Fellows benefit from semester-long, off-campus media internships at sites such as The Today Show, The Colbert Report, the White House, USA Today and C-SPAN; a robust speakers series that brings students face-to-face with professionals from premier media and governmental organizations; and the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media, a living laboratory where students gain experience in radio and television production, newspaper and magazine publishing, and multimedia for the web.
Whether you want to become a media professional or simply learn about how the media operates so that you can be more effective in your chosen profession, the Media Fellows Program at DePauw University is designed to help you succeed. More about the program...
MEDIA FELLOWS, IN THEIR WORDS
@depauwmefe on Twitter
“The biggest challenge for newspapers is their relationship with social media.” ~Amanda Lotz ‘9623 days ago
RT @DanRather: Jim Acosta having his White House credentials reinstated is a victory for a free press and the First Amendment. I also take it as a hopeful sign that our democratic norms can and will persist if people are willing to stand up and fight for them.23 days ago
“Taking Classified ads away was the first disruption in print journalism.” ~Amanda Lotz ‘9623 days ago
“There’s a responsible way to hold the media accountable.” ~Alexandra Bell, artist, “Counternarratives”1 month ago
“Racists sometimes win because they get us to quit showing up.” ~Alexandra Bell, artist, “Counternarratives”1 month ago
RT @HatpostPro: In honor of @Hatpost1 helping @DatelineNBC win an Emmy, here’s the last two times we’ve seen Gabe wear a suit. 1/10/2017 for @BarackObama and 4/12/2008 for @BrGoa wedding. #flashbackfriday #suit #NBC #whoworeitbetter #tv #camera https://t.co/OpJJMe5OHc2 months ago
RT @HatpostPro: And the Emmy goes to... @DatelineNBC for their @LesterHoltNBC with @BarackObama: "The Reality of Hope" @Hatpost1 was the Director of Photography for this interview and we want to congratulate everyone on the big win! #NewsEmmys #Awards #journalism #broadcast #NBC #News #Emmys https://t.co/hjF4VBuWw82 months ago
RT @BarackObama: The antidote to government by a powerful few is government by the organized, energized many. This National Voter Registration Day, make sure you're registered, vote early if you can, or show up on November 6. This moment is too important to sit out.2 months ago