Your Portal to the Media Industry

Students often collaborate with leading local and regional media professionals who visit and work in the CEIM studios. Broadcasters and industry executives work with students, share ideas and foster relationships through internships, coursework, guest lectures and networking events.

At the Center for Emerging and Innovative Media, you are guaranteed a rich industry experience to prepare you for your career ahead.

Many of our media program alumni continue to achieve success throughout the local and regional industry at news outlets, media partners and independent ventures.

Working Alongside Media Professionals

Double media major Baylee Martin is routinely energized and inspired by the opportunity to collaborate with WTAE Action 4 News co-anchor Mike Clark.

Student Baylee Martin and WTAE news anchor Mike Clark working together in the Union Broadcast Center"Through my internship with Mike Clark and Duquesne's Praxis Magazine broadcast, I have gotten to see this course from the ground up. Mike is a professional I've looked up to for as long as I can remember. Never in my life did I think I'd be sitting down at a real news desk in a professional broadcast center with him each week to learn the ropes and to refine my own skills. I truly am grateful that I get this experience."

"The professionals I get to collaborate with, like Mike Clark and Don Maue, and their willingness to make my vision of having a weekly newscast at Duquesne come to life has taken my education at Duquesne and tied it together in a bow."