Journalism

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Pederson Broadcast Studio

The professional control room and studio are supplied with all the equipment students need to produce TV news. Students learn to operate professional cameras, a Grass Valley video switcher, teleprompter, CG, Still Store and an on-air server. Every weekday, students produce, write and crew a news show covering SMU news, as well as local and national news.

Featured Alumni

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Garrett Haake ’07 NBC News Correspondent

Advice from NBC correspondent and SMU Meadows alumnus Garrett Haake for young journalists about to start their careers.

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Student Work

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Journalism

Maha Razi, B.A Journalism ’21
The Daily Update

Why study journalism in Dallas?

Opportunities for Meadows students to interact with journalism professionals in this top-five media market are plentiful. Every semester, four top students are offered paid internships with The Dallas Morning News; additional internships are available with companies such as the Dallas Cowboys, Burson-Marsteller, and other broadcast, print, digital and government organizations.