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Our Student Journalists

The Next Generation Radio project is a full-scale, digital-first multimedia training project with emphasis on “radio storytelling.” We are committed to the professional development of undergraduate and graduate students who are focused on journalism. The program is a series of week-long student training projects, designed to give students who are interested in radio and journalism the skills and opportunity to report and produce their own radio story. If you are interested in working with the program, inquire through @NextGenRadio. This #nextgenradio project is created in partnership with KOSU public media in Oklahoma City.
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Our Reflections

A Week of Mixed Emotions

A Week of Mixed Emotions

Yes, I was happy I got accepted. But I wasn’t confident in my ability to be a good journalist so I started to worry. Which led to more worrying, I almost didn’t go through with it.

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A Good Reminder

A Good Reminder

Before I was contacted by my mentor, Allison Herrera from The World, I knew I wanted to cover a minority group for the upcoming November midterm election.

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Zach Goshorn

Zach Goshorn

Sophomore, Oklahoma State University

I have always had a passion for music, whether it was consuming, learning about, making, or sharing. I have recently declared a major in multimedia journalism, deciding to dedicate my life towards being a music journalist and helping others find the magic in music. I am a sophomore at Oklahoma State, 19 years old, and fueled by the passion to create.
Cameron Govan

Cameron Govan

Senior, Oklahoma State University

I remember it like it was yesterday. I was in the car with my dad listening to 1310 The Ticket, a local sports radio station in Dallas, Texas. They are about to come back from commercial break and their headliner plays. “You are listening to 1310” and this is where I chimed in and yelled THE TICKET at the top of my lungs. It is a story my parents still tell me to this day. Radio has been a career I have wanted to pursue since childhood and thankfully have been blessed to pursue it.

T'Era McGee

T'Era McGee

Second year, Oklahoma City Community College

I’m just a 19-year-old girl with a dream. My dream job is to work at Buzz feed and I know this experience will get me there. I’m outgoing, I’m fun, and a very hard worker. I have a love for broadcasting and just talking in general. I’m on my third semester at Oklahoma City Community College, working to get my associates in journalism and broadcasting. After OCCC I want to continue chasing my journalism and broadcasting degree at a University.
Kateleigh Mills

Kateleigh Mills

Recent graduate, Oklahoma State University.

I was lucky enough to grow up on quite a bit of land surrounded by trees and animals. Our home was centered in the middle of a forest on about 80 acres of land. I was able to enjoy the outdoors and grow up loving literature, making up my own stories along the way. I started writing short stories and novels when I was really little and my love for writing has grown ever since. I first found the purpose and passion for journalism in college when I took a class that was led by a seasoned newspaperman. When he would talk about the quest for truth and why it’s important, I knew I wanted to be a part of that.
Mia Muhyee

Mia Muhyee

Senior, Oklahoma State University

I am looking to learn as much as I can in every aspect of multimedia journalism so I can be as knowledgeable as possible when it comes to my career field. I want to develop skills in this project that will broaden my speaking and broadcasting skills.

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