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Ray Fanning is on the faculty of the Radio-Television Department of the School of Journalism at the University of Montana.

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UM News Maroon November 15, 2017

November 16, 2017

This week UM News features UM students creating a group to build relationships and do activities with local Missoulians of all ages with disabilities. The show also highlights the end of Griz football season with the ROTC program unveiling a new cannon to celebrate touchdowns, a closer look at Monte’s involvement with the community and how Missoulians are hoping to win on and off the field by Canning the Cats during this year’s Brawl of the Wild. This week’s show is anchored by Aunica Koch and Wayne Stevenson, directed by Tiffany Folkes and produced by Maria Anderson.

UM News Silver Show November 8, 2017

November 11, 2017


This episode of UM News features a former UM student that coaches curling, a winter sport with increasing popularity in Missoula; and a current student and local musician is preparing to release her debut album. This week’s silver show is anchored by Meri DeMarois and Mederios Whitworth-Babb, produced by Wayne Stevenson and directed by Natasha Woodworth.


UM News Maroon for October 25, 2017

October 26, 2017

 This week on UM News a UM student is working on a project to lower the suicide rate in Montana and flu shots are available on campus to students and community members.  Reporter Mederios Whitworth-Babb also shows how tourism is increasing in Montana.  This show was produced by Matt Skillman, Directed by Natasha Woodworth and anchored by Maria Anderson and Meri DeMarois.


UM News Maroon for October 18, 2017

October 20, 2017

This week on UM News, you’ll see how students are helping make sure the Missoula Food Bank is meeting its demands. Plus find out why faith-based groups are growing and how UM is responding to the state’s climate change assessment. This week’s newscast was produced by Meri DeMarois and directed by Tiffany Folkes. The anchors are Aunica Koch and Wayne Stevenson

Native American Heritage Month

November 28, 2016

screen-shot-2016-12-16-at-12-54-19-pmActivism is combining with education at UM during American Indian Heritage month. reporter Jack Ginsburg attended some of the events.

UM News Silver for October 14, 2016

October 17, 2016

20161014_2silverUM News Reporter Jack Ginsburg gets the scoop on the latest UM Production, Legally Blonde. The Montana Innocence Project has a special guest at a recent fundraising event from the Netflix series, Making a Murderer. Finally UM News reporter Braly Whisler spoke with UM Professors about the controversy that comes with a specific type of school mascot.

UM News Silver for September 19, 2013

September 18, 2013

918 silver stillThis week on UM News, find out how UM scientists are using portable labs to study the effects of exercise in extreme climates. Plus, see why the College of Forestry  and Conservation is hosting a big celebration. Ashley Mackey produced this week’s newscast, which was directed by Wyatt Melin and anchored by Lauren Robinson and Nicole Wren.

Bike Lanes Go Green

October 11, 20120 Comments

Bike Lanes have gone green in Missoula. Bicycle Pedestrian Program Manager, Brian Weiss says the city painted bike lanes in heavy traffic areas to improve awareness for bikers and drivers. Weiss says Missoula is one of a dozen communities chosen implement colored bicycle lanes. But he says there’s a tight paint budget and no plans to paint all streets. UM News Reporter Brin Merkley talked with community members to find out how Missoula is benefiting

UM News Maroon for September 20, 2012

September 20, 20120 Comments

The Farm to College program and theWildlife Biology degree celebrate big birthdays at The University of Montana. Plus, find out why some UM students got muddy for a good cause. Brin Merkley and Cody Proctor anchor the newscast, produced by Daniel Erusha.

UM News Silver for September 20, 2012

September 20, 20120 Comments

The University of Montana celebrating a couple of milestones this week. Both Wildlife Biology and the Farm to College program are making birthdays. Plus there’s a big change for Rodeo Club. Jonathon Ambarian and Keele Smith anchor the newscast, produced by Brittany Ratzlaff.

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