Dixie State University

Media Studies Scholarships

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Media Studies provides students with excellent hands on opportunities. We actively seek to provide students who graduate from our program a portfolio of work that demonstrates gained experience at Dixie State. Students are given the opportunity to make mistakes during the learning process, as opposed to on the job. Thus, students are better able to perform in the workplace. All emphases provide the opportunity for practical experience in the form of practicum courses and scholarship opportunities. Our hands-on organizations are Dixie Sun News, Insight Communications, Radio Dixie, and CEC Television.

Dixie Sun News

Dixie Sun News is your source for Dixie State University News, Sports, Opinion, and Features! Our studio, newsroom and administration are located in the Jennings building, room 134. This gives media students the opportunity to earn real-world experience while they learn. The experience producing and disseminating Dixie Sun News via newspaper, broadcast and online formats helps Dixie State University students enter the job market seamlessly.

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Community Education Channel

The Community Education Channel is an on-campus TV station that produces DSU and community-oriented programming. Content is broadcasted on local cable and streamed online.

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Insight Communications

Insight Communications is a student-operated strategic communications agency seeking to provide clients with creative communication strategies to engage their target publics. Students are involved in the planning, research, creation, maintenance, and evaluation of public relations, marketing, and advertising campaigns. Clients range from those on Dixie State University’s campus to companies off campus, providing excellent opportunities for students to work with real-world organizations.

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Radio Dixie 91.3

Radio Dixie, 91.3 FM KXDS and 100.3 FM KDXI, provides live radio practicum experience on DSU’s campus radio stations. Students learn FCC regulations, programming skills, news and sports production, and music programming.