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Overview
The many changes in the media environment require that students should have expertise in journalism and storytelling in all media formats. The degree in multimedia journalism will allow graduates to work with any media platform, be it print, television, radio, or the internet. While students will develop their skills across all media platforms they will be able to specialize in one of two areas: multimedia journalism, news or multimedia journalism production.

Students learn the basics of journalism writing and reporting for print, online, audio and video production on state-of-the-art equipment and are challenged to put those skills to use by participating in the daily operations of the campus newspaper, The Daily O’Collegian and its online version ocolly.com, the radio stations KOSU and KXZY and various video productions. Students are creating content for OState.tv, the OSU online TV station. Students gain on-the-job multimedia experience through internships and some hold part-time jobs as campus correspondents for various publications or work for media in the Stillwater area. Internships at broadcast and cable outlets in the region also provide students with on-the-job experience and a valuable opportunity to work with seasoned media professionals. Many juniors and seniors find this work a source of revenue to assist them in the cost of their education.

The multimedia program is affiliated with the Oklahoma Press Association, Southwest Journalism Congress, the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of FM Broadcasters, Radio Advertising Bureau, Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters, Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association, National Association of Broadcasters, Broadcast Education Association and National Public Radio.

Available Options
, B.A.
, B.S.


Occupations
Reporters and Correspondents
Producers and Directors
Media and Communication Workers

Industries
Information
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation

Recent OSU Graduates in
Salaries
Max: $50,000 |
Ave: $29,283 |
Med: $30,000 |
Min: $9,880


Employers
Adcetera
Agency Entourage
AT&T
Autry Technology Center
Avcom Productions
BluSky Restoration Contractors
Brothers & Company
Building Specialties
Charlex/Launch
Cherry Berry
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Chicago Public Schools
Children's Hospital Foundation
City of Tulsa
Consolidated Graphics
Dish Network
Evergreen Productions, Inc
Fifth Ring
Gameview.tv
Head Start Telecom
iCrossing
Interworks
IS Networld
JBS, USA
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Karsten Creek Golf Course
Kennesaw State University
KJRH Tulsa Channel 2
KSQ Architects
KTEN News
KWCH channel 12
Maxus
Muskogee Phoenix
National Career Development Association
News 9
Ocean Dental
Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz
Oklahoma State University Foundation
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
Quad Graphics
ReachLocal
Schnake Turnbo Frank
Shield Manufacturing
Sinclair Broadcast Group
St. John Medical Center
Team Radio
Territory Resources
The Herald Times Reporter
The Marketing Arm
The Sand Springs Leader
The Tulsa World
The Wooden Nickel
Tom McCutcheons VirtualHorseHelp.com
United States Army
White's Chapel United Methodist Church

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