Broadcasting into the future: CHTV, WHJE students reflect on potential impact of proposed budget cuts for broadcasting industry

Griffin Gonzalez, CHTV anchor, WHJE director and senior, looks at the camera before going on air. Gonzalez said he loves broadcasting because he wants to inform his audience of important news.

Riya Chinni

February 23, 2018

Radio transmissions have been around since the late 19th century, starting in 1894 with “wireless” transmissions of Guglielmo Marconi and his telegraphy system. In 1912, Marconi opened the world’s first radio factory, and in 1920, a station in Detroit broadcast the first radio news program. Sixt...

Column: Journalism Isn’t Dying

Mo (left) attends the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference as Indiana’s representative during Summer of 2017.

Jessica Mo

November 8, 2017

Nowadays, it seems like fake news is everywhere, especially in politics. President Donald Trump uses the term all the time (claiming that he invented the phrase), and the Senate Intelligence Committee warned of the Russian fake news threat on social media during recent congressional hearings with Fac...

Sensationalist Title Here. Be cognizant of information spread through media.


October 10, 2014

“Congress enabling ‘Cheney war doctrine.’” “Your brain can make decisions during sleep.” “Americans think the criminal justice system is racist.” Sensational headlines on websites have one purpose: to make money. You see the flashy title that piques your interest and click on it, taking you to ...