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Texas’ independent film industry is getting a boost from the Texas Independent Film Network, which devotes its services to promoting Texas made films, bringing them to small towns, college campuses and museums for exhibition.
Anyone trying to prove that radio was on the decline would be hard pressed to find proof at KWBU.
Pat Dougherty, executive editor of the Anchorage Daily News and 1974 Baylor graduate, led a political discussion Thursday in the Castellaw Communications Center, focusing on the newspaper’s coverage of former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin and the current state and future of the newspaper industry.
The film and digital media department will showcase one film a month, beginning this month, as part of the Texas Independent Film Network.
Fort Faculty, the Bill Daniel Student Center, Fountain Mall, Baylor Sciences Building, Moody Memorial Library, and several other campus locations are under construction to increase green space, update furniture and finishes, and make space for expanded and new dining options.
Award-winning New York Times sports and business reporter Richard Sandomir was on campus Wednesday to discuss his experiences as a journalist, answer questions about the news industry and provide advice to students looking for careers in journalism.