A new report by the Pew Research Center reveals an alarming dip in Millennials' positive view of both churches and news media.
Seasoned journalists from three different faith traditions recently addressed the question "How do media representations of religion shape public opinion?"
Olivet School of Media and Communication staff recently attended an event in Washington, D.C., where the hosts of the two highest rated and longest airing public affairs programs discussed the change from traditional media to new media.
With rapid growth of online video consumption every year, Olivet School of Media and Communication continues to offer video editing courses
Freedoms of speech, the press and religion are under attack in the United States as more people are being silenced amid fears of offending, said a group of journalists, lawyers and First Amendment experts.
Students from Olivet School of Media and Communication, OSMC, are starting to produce video content for their ministries through their summer internship program.
Olivet University's School of Media and Communication Washington DC extension campus held a series of lectures on public speaking by Ms. Marilou Donahue during the Winter quarter. Students have gained much confidence in their abilities to speak in public.