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Ashland University Digital Media Department Recognized
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  Originally Published on: 9/13/2012

Ashland University's Journalism and Digital Media Department is basking in the glow of a big honor.

The radio and television program has been given national recognition for being one of 47 throughout the country, and the only one in Ohio, to be fully converged to reflect the technological advances made in broadcasting in the 21st century.
  

Department Co-Chair and Assistant Professor Gretchen Dworznik says they've worked hard and are excited about the recognition.

Ashland University has student-run radio and television stations, both very high-tech and computerized, and the Digital Media program is attracting growing numbers of students planning to enter the modern-day braodcasting business.

   
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