I-Comm Student Media

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I~Comm Student Media is an organization involving students from all fields of study at Brigham Young University-Idaho. This organization covers major media and communication strategies, such as advertising, public relations, and news review. I~Comm also produces Scroll, the university newspaper; I-News, a weekly online newscast; and operates its own in-house design agency, multimedia organization, copy editing team and sales/marketing group. I~Comm's goal is to provide real-life experience to students and quality products to customers.[1]

I~Comm Agency[edit]

The I~Comm advertising agency is an organization that provides clients with creative cross-media marketing and advertising strategies to achieve client's overall goals. I~Comm also offers public relations services.

Graphic Design[edit]

Graphic Design is a team of creative illustrators and photographers that provide graphic design for all clients of I~Comm to enhance editorial design, advertising, and any additional requests by clients such as brochures, posters, photography, web pages, and newsletters.

Scroll[edit]

BYU-Idaho's student paper, Scroll, was founded in 1905 and first published as Student Rays, then The Purple Flash, then Viking Flashes and finally Scroll.[2] One hundred years later in 2004, Scroll was awarded the prestigious Associated Collegiate Press Newspaper Pacemaker Award[3] at a convention in New York City.

Scroll went from a standard newspaper format to a tabloid fold in 2007 and merged with other campus communication organization to become a larger entity called I~Comm.

I~Comm Video Productions[edit]

Multimedia organization that produces special projects for I~Comm such as documentaries, podcasts, and instructional videos.

I-News[edit]

An online newscast of BYU-Idaho campus and local stories aired and broadcast four times a week can be found and viewed from the BYU-Idaho website.

I~Comm Sales[edit]

Sells ad space through the BYU-Idaho school paper, Scroll.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.byui.edu/News/NewsReleases/sca.html
  2. ^ Benson, Aaron (2005-10-04). "Spori Gallery celebrates 100 years of the Scroll". Scroll Online (Brigham Young University-Idaho Scroll). Retrieved 2009-02-18. 
  3. ^ "2004 ACP Newspaper Pacemaker Winners". Associated Collegiare Press. Retrieved 2009-02-18. 

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