This week on Fresno State Focus…

Fresno State Focus television studio

This edition of Fresno State Focus will air live Wednesday, November 2nd at 4 p.m. on Fresno State Focus YouTube, at 6 p.m.on Comcast Channel 94 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99

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Featured Supporter: Fresno Advertising Federation Foundation

The Fresno Advertising Federation Foundation (FAFF) announced the creation of two new scholarships to be awarded to graphic design students in the Department of Art, Design and Art History and students in the Media, Communications, and Journalism (MCJ) departments. 

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Webinar for journalists examines first-amendment topics

Silhouetted photographer holds a camera in front of a green screen with two journalist ready to be filmed.

Led by First Amendment experts, the program covers key laws and legal limits on topics such as filming police in public, recording broadcasting public meetings, accessing disaster scenes and protests, and the legal protections for journalists

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CineCulture returns with virtual films for the fall semester

Alba Rohrwacher (Alice) and Wajdi Mouawad (Joseph) star in ‘Skies of Lebanon’ film.

Attention film buffs! Experience groundbreaking films from artists worldwide through CineCulture at Fresno State. The course allows the public three to five days to screen the weekly movie at their leisure, then join in a discussion about the film at 5:15 p.m. on Friday evenings during the fall semester.

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Jim Boren receives Champion of Journalism Education Award

Ed Galdrikian (left and Jim Boren (right)

The award was presented to Boren by retired high school journalism educator Ed Galdrikian and recognized him for speaking at educational journalism conferences and conventions around the state and volunteering at an inner-city elementary school to help underperforming students improve their reading levels.

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