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UPDATE: Due to technical difficulties, this show will air at a later date. FAMU Now! is airing as scheduled with older shows. Thanks for your support! Tune into FAMU NOW to gain expert insight about PR from an award-winning grad, Eric Winkfield, who is on the rise in the specialized communications industry. Famu Sjgc student journalist Aiyana Ishmael led the lively interview with Winkfield that can be heard the SiriusXM HBCU Channel 142. Listen to remaining half-hour shows in this week's rotation on Friday, 9.13 @9:30 a.m and Monday, 9.16 @3.p.m. You'll get insight on FAMU Athletics fall sports with Thai Ali Floyd and "FAMU Fun Facts" with Asiya Gilmore
PBS Documentary "Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Historically Black Colleges and Universities" Panel Discussion and Q&A moderated by. WFSU Public Media News Director and FAMU School of Journalism & Graphic Communication Alumna Lynn Hatter featuring Florida A&M UniversityPresident Larry Robinson.

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⭐ STAR student Breche' Devalt is completing a summer internship with the NFL! Devalt, who has worked w/ the FAMUAN Newspaper and FAMU TV20, wants to become an on-air talent and own a production company and believes FAMU will get her there! Read more 🔗: https://bit.ly/3bfUYxW


Join the Knight Chair Speaker series + POLITICO for “Social Justice and the Political Divide”


Join the Investigative Reporters & Editors and FAMU SJGC Knight Chair Francine Pope Huff for a handful of events surrounding digging deep and navigating investigative reporting!

Tap 👉🏾 https://bit.ly/3aHZWQ3 to register and peek at the full schedule!

Photos from FAMU NOW's post 11/25/2020

The Florida A&M University VP of Student Affairs Dr. William Hudson Jr. sits down with Florida A&M University SGA President Mr. Xavier McClinton on this week’s episode of FAMU Now! on Sirius XM Ch. 142 HBCU HBCU Radio Network
The show airs today at 4:00 p.m. on Sirius XM Ch. 142 HBCU.
The show will re-air on Thursday at 10:00 a.m., Friday at 9:00 a.m. and Monday at 3:00 p.m.


Titilayo Okuwa, a senior journalism student is actively interning with Scripps this summer! Scripps placed Titilayo with WTXL— An ABC affiliate in Tallahassee, Florida that also serves the Big Bend and South Georgia area. As an intern, Titilayo pitches stories, conducts zoom interviews, edits videos, and writes scripts for the evening television shows. Virtually, Scripps also hosts trainings on storytelling and professional development amongst the ten summer interns!

#NABJ19 Recap - Sports Task Force Mentoring Breakfast 08/08/2019

It's only Day 2, and our SJGC students are already striking at the conference! This morning, Senior Student Sterling Bright received a $5,000 check from the NABJ Sports Task Force, which was a part of his Larry Whiteside Scholarship package. Also in attendance were fellow Senior students Calvin Sykes and Travis Rodney, SJGC alumna and ESPN commentator Tiffany Greene, NBC Sports Boston Reporter Sherrod Blakely, ESPN correspondent Jay Harris, FAMU SBI alumnus and Atlanta Hawks PR Manager Jelani Downing, and ESPN EVP Head of Content Conor Schell.

Photos from FAMU School of Journalism & Graphic Communication's post 08/07/2019
Florida AP Broadcasters Association awards 04/21/2019

The SJGC would like to congratulate our students on winning top awards at the 2018 Florida AP Broadcasters Association awards! Sharing this special moment with SJGC alumnae Kim Godwin and Sakina Bowser made our students’ experience much more exciting. We are extremely proud of our students for their accomplishments and how they continue to raise the bar for future Rattlers.

Our award winners consisted of:

• First Place: Best Digital/Website Content: Monica Myrick, FAMU-TV, Tallahassee, “Walk With Me.”
• First Place: Best Hard News Feature Short Format: Morgan Martin, FAMU-TV, Tallahassee, “Florida’s Red Tide.”
• Second Place: Best Light Feature: Short Format: Cierra Richardson, FAMU-TV, Tallahassee, “Farm Share Hurricane Michael.”
• Second Place: Best Light Feature: Long Format: Giselle Thomas and Kiah Lewis, FAMU-TV, Tallahassee, “Loneliness; the Solution.”

We are looking forward to what all of our students have in store for the future!


FAMU National Alumni Association (Official) Alumna LaCrai Mitchell wins her first Peabody Award. Mitchell, a 2015 FAMU School of Journalism & Graphic Communication graduate is a Broadcast Associate for 60 mins.

The School of Journalism & Graphic Communication would like to congratulate alumna LaCrai Mitchell and 60 Minutes on their win at the 77th Annual Peabody Awards. The Annual Peabody Awards Ceremony took place on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 in NYC. Ms. Mitchell, a 2015 graduate of SJGC, is a Broadcast Associate for 60 Minutes . FAMU National Alumni Association (Official) Kimberly Godwin Manning Florida A&M University


The School of Journalism & Graphic Communication would like to congratulate alumna Alonda Thomas on becoming a recipient of the 2018 FAMU Distinguished Alumni Award. The awards gala, hosted by the FAMU National Alumni Association, took place on Saturday, May 25th, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. Thomas, now Director of Public Relations at Howard University, was a 2001 graduate of the FAMU SJGC PR program. “I think it’s important to do work that you’re passionate about so that it never feels like a job, and the work that I do for our HBCUs does exactly that for me.” said Thomas. When asked, how did the SJGC help her regarding her career in PR, she went on to say “The SJGC prepared me with all of the tools I needed to allow me to be successful in the marketplace. When it was time for me to leave the nest and join the workforce, I was confident in my ability to do the task.”


Students from the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication will be representing FAMU all across the country this summer. Rising senior broadcast journalism student, Jakeira Gilbert will be shining her light in sunny California while interning with CNN Newsource in Los Angeles. When asked what she’s looking forward to, Jakeira had this to say. “As an intern, I will learn the ins and outs of the entertainment industry, including research gathering, writing on-air for entertainment news, and working as a production assistant.” Sounds like a great summer lies ahead of you, Jakeira. We’ll see you in the fall!

Zoe Powell: Behind The Grind 05/11/2018

Zoe Powell: Behind The Grind There’s more to Zoe Powell than meets the eye; Beyond her natural beauty sits a quiet confidence and a dam of dreams ready to be released. Originally from…

Markeith Cromartie- Behind the Grind 05/08/2018

Markeith Cromartie- Behind the Grind At the beginning of his college matriculation, Markeith Cromartie was an unmotivated student who had a difficult time adjusting to college life. Four years later,…

2018 Spring Commencement 05/06/2018

Congratulations to all of our FAMU School of Journalism & Graphic Communication graduates.

Student Graphic Design Professional Portfolio Review 04/28/2018

Graphic Design students showed off their skills at the inaugural Student Portfolio Review yesterday. Student photography, original graphic art, and everything in between was on display for faculty and industry executives to see. Among the industry executives were representatives from Moore Communication Group, Sachs Media Group and the Mitchells Agency.


L. Michelle Salvant, Francine Pope Huff, and the SJGC Knight Chair Speaker Series presents: Virtual Reality Day! Join us this Friday, April 20 to learn about the growing business of virtual reality, Google VR, and a panel discussion on the making of the first-of-its-kind virtual reality film “The Rattler Film.” To register, visit famusjgc.com/vr-day. Hope to see you there!


‪Hey there, Sharon Joy! Congratulations once again on your internship with NBC Olympics! Sharon currently works overnight shifts logging live feed video of the ally,pic events. How cool is that? We’ll be happy to see her back on campus later this month!‬ Have fun, Sharon!

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