If you think you know media, think again!
UP CMC Student Council Mass Media Awareness Committee (UP CMCSC – MMAC) and UP College of Mass Communication bring you the THINK AGAIN CAMPAIGN, a series of fora aimed at establishing the significance of communication in general, mass media in particular, to other fields of study.
Speakers from the field of media, science, advertising, political science, public administration and governance, economics, and many more are invited to talk about the importance of mass media in your chosen career!
Turn on that light bulb on these dates:
November 26 (1-4 pm), UP Electrical and Electronics Engineering Building LC 1 for The Media Ecosystems
November 27 (4-7 pm), UP CMC Press Freedom Hall (formerly known as CMC Auditorium) for Advertising in 3D
November 28 (4-7 pm), UP PH 400 for Virtual Communities and Networked Solidarity
November 29 (4-7 pm), UP School of Economics Room 111 for The Public Sphere: the Media, the Government, and the Public
Get to know your media! See you there!
To know more about MMAM 2012, head to http://facebook.com/MassMediaAwarenessMonth
Mass Media Awareness Month 2012: Think Again is brought to you by UP CMCSC Mass Media Awareness Committee, UP College of Mass Communication, Smart, Master, Clear, Vaseline, and Sunsilk.
In cooperation with Rappler, Cukay’s, Sofia Advertising, and Prints Etc.
Our media partners: GMA, ClickTheCity, WhenInManila.com, Monster Radio RX 93.1, BusinessWorld, BusinessWorld Student Forum, ManilaTalks.com and DZUP 1602.
Officially endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Supported by UP College of Education Student Council, UP College of Architecture Student Council, UP College of Science Student Council, UP School of Economics Student Council, UP College of Social Sciences and Philosophy Student Council, UP College of Fine Arts Student Council, UP National College of Public Administration and Governance, UP College of Engineering Student Council, and UP Geodetic Engineering Club.
THINK AGAIN by UP CMC Student Council Mass Media Awareness Committee and UP College of Mass Communication