Multimedia Journalism 

Edward R. Murrow College of Communication

Department of Journalism and Media Production

Learn reporting and editing skills for storytelling in online video, audio, and data-visualization mediums. 


  • Pullman

Degree Types:

  • Bachelor's
  • Doctorate
  • Master's
  • Minor


  • Cable 8, a student-run public television station, helps you gain experience and apply your knowledge 
  • The Murrow News Service gives you experience in producing professional news stories and provides public-interest journalism to media partners like The Seattle Times and NBC News 
  • The Daily Evergreen, the student voice of WSU since 1895 and one of the only college newspapers that covers city and county news, is a weekly paper distributed throughout Pullman 
  • KUGR, a student run radio station broadcasting live music, shows and sports since 1954 
  • The Religion Reporting Project, an experiential learning program with field trips, in-depth discussions, and writing opportunities that broaden your understanding of how religious beliefs and practices shape our world
  • The Rural Reporting Project, an immersive learning experience that connects you with rural communities in the region
  • Murrow Symposium brings industry experts and speakers to campus annually, providing workshops and networking opportunities 
  • Award-winning, experienced faculty and advisors to guide you 
  • Murrow Center for Student Success Career Ready program offers career advising and preparation services
  • Strong alumni network provides career coaching and mentoring to current students and graduates


With a Multimedia Journalism degree, you can work in: 

  • Print and digital journalism 
  • Magazines 
  • News casting 
  • Television and radio production 
  • Multimedia production 
  • Documentary film
  • Program development 
  • Nonprofit and government agencies 

Transfer Students

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Fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) to be considered for scholarships, grants, loans, and other forms of aid. 

Internships, Jobs, and Work-study

Find hundreds of student-friendly jobs, internships, and work-study opportunities with our WSU student job board, Handshake. You can also check with departments for internships specific to a major. 

Get advice and learn more at the Academic Success and Career Center. 

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Degree Options

Journalism and Media Production

  • Pullman

Master of Arts in Communication

  • Pullman

Doctor of Philosophy in Communication

  • Pullman

Sports Communication

  • Pullman


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