The University of Mississippi is lucky to have so many media professionals who want to help mentor our students.
Broadcasters from around the state came to meet broadcast journalism students Wednesday in the Student Media Center.
This was the 6th annual Mississippi Association of Broadcasters Day at Ole Miss.
Radio and television professionals met the students, viewed their work and offered good career advice.
Derek Rogers, general manager of WCBI-TV and college representative to MAB, said the broadcast students at the School of Journalism and New Media always set the bar high.
“The Ole Miss broadcast and journalism students are always prepared and have good quality work to share with us,” Rogers said. “The videography was particularly strong this year, and the storytelling was of higher quality as well.
“Our overall impression on the students was that many of them are ready to join a station right out of school. Many of the students are aware of meeting daily deadlines, and that is such a major hurdle for recent graduates.”Tags: anchors, broadcast, broadcast journalism, featured, journalism, Mississippi Association of Broadcaster's Day, Ole Miss, Oxford, reporters, School of Journalism and New Media, University of Mississippi