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A show with Heart In 1976, an emerging young band called Heart played on WSU's television station's "Second Ending" show. The students and staff still remember that concert. Bob Robertson has been the voice that fans of WSU Cougar football have connected with for over 510 games.
Categories: Communication, Music
Tags: Broadcasting, Rock music, KWSU, Concerts
Categories: Communication, Athletics
Tags: Broadcasting, Football, Sports broadcasters
Revolutions are televised by Arab journalists
The world watched people rise up this year against dictators and authoritarian regimes across the Middle East and northern Africa, their protests aired by satellite television and the Internet. In Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, and oth...
Categories: Journalism, Communication
Tags: Revolutions, Television broadcasting, Broadcasting, Arab world
Cougs behind the camera
Alan Baker was looking for a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Pullman.Of course Baker (’94 PhD) knew there were no actual Wright-designed houses in the town, but he needed to find a Modernist, spacious home overlooking the Palouse for an ideal movi...
Categories: Alumni, Communication
Tags: Broadcasting, Movies, Film
Aaron Johnson and Cliff Knopik, the odd couple of young parenthood, sit together in Johnson's Puyallup dining room while his newborn daughter, Brooklyn, sleeps in a bedroom nearby. His wife, Heather, makes dinner in their small apartment kitchen.A...
Categories: Communication, Alumni
Tags: WSU parents, Child development, Broadcasting
Where Have You Gone, Edward R. Murrow?
Edward R. Murrow '30 broadcasted reports from a London rooftop during the Blitz. He confronted Joseph McCarthy on national television. And he admitted "an abiding fear regarding what . . .[radio and TV] are doing to our society, and our heritage."
Categories: WSU history, Media, Communication
Tags: Edward R. Murrow, Journalism, Radio, Broadcasting
Broadcasting as public service: Peter Jennings refreshes the Murrow vision
What would veteran newsman Peter Jennings tell students seeking a career in broadcasting today?His wife posed the question to him when they were in Pullman for Washington State University's 30th Edward R. Murrow Symposium April 14. The answer came...
Categories: Media, Communication
Tags: Public service, Edward R. Murrow, Broadcasting
Winter was Hard: Music in response to tragedy
Categories: Alumni, Music
In 1976, an emerging young band called Heart played on WSU's television station's "Second Ending" show. The students and staff still remember that concert.
Bob Robertson has been the voice that fans of WSU Cougar football have connected with for over 510 games.