Belo Center for New Media (BMC)

Located at the northeast corner of Dean Keeton and Guadalupe Streets, the $54.8 million Belo Center provides interactive classrooms and meeting space for more than 4,600 students in the college and houses the adjacent KUT Public Media Studios. The 120,000-square-foot building includes lecture halls, auditoria, student offices and meeting rooms, as well as spaces for film screenings and conferences for all college departments.

300 DEAN KEETON ST W, Austin, Texas 78712

Website

moody.utexas.edu

Upcoming Events

Race, Gender, and Toxicity Online Plenary Roundtable

When: 9:30 to 11 a.m. Thursday, April 25 Where: BMC 5.208, The University of Texas at Austin Sponsored by: Social Science Research Council and the Center...

4/25 9:30am
Film Screening: NOSOTROS LAS PIEDRAS with Alvaro Torres-Crespo

A screening of NOSOTROS LAS PIEDRAS (We the Stones), written and directed by Alvaro Torres-Crespo. Even though the Government expelled them from their lands...

4/25 4pm
Imagine Moody Presents: Fiscally Delicious

The Moody College of Communication would like to invite you to Fiscally Delicious, our first Food & Beverage festival on Monday, April 29th from 12-3pm. Our...

4/29 12pm
UTLA General Information Session

General information session for students interested in attending the Semester in Los Angeles Program for Spring 2020 or future semesters.

4/30 5pm
Media Ethics Speaker Series: Weather Media in the Public Sphere

"Weather Media in the Public Sphere" Dr. John Durham Peters, Yale University On its face, weather sounds like the most banal and mundane thing possible....

5/2 1:30pm

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Donna De Cesare

Donna De Cesare left a positive review 4/7/2019

Inspiring, authentic, full of great advise for students on a host of career building issues that stressed the importance of grit and integrity and ethics. Especially insightful on issues related to covering stories about communities you may have a built in point of connection with and those which require that you approach with humility and openness and respectful listening without judging. Telling students unsure about how to cover a story across the racial divide to take a page from the Civil Rights Movement reporters (mostly white and from the Northeast) when covering today's issues across the racial divide today was inspired. Normally the civil rights movement is discussed in terms of how to build a social justice movement. Seldom do we hear about how it can be instructive to journalists covering race today. He deftly addressed the fear of offending or being awkward that many contemporary students feel given the polarization on many levels in our society, with a concrete model of how one learns what one doesn't know from our nations past. Today we have insufficient but greater diversity so students could also take a page from Charles Blow's playbook on how to prep for the job, by shadowing a reporter of color (for free and to learn) the way Blow did at the Detroit Free Press when he described his approach as doing two jobs--the unpaid learning part and the paid doing part where he got to practice what he was learning. He basically created his own apprenticeship. He learned best practices from the reporters he identified as the best there. And his lessons about voice in writing and the need to focus on humanity were nuanced and laced with evidence of how he does this not just empty platitudes. His wisdom comes at at time when it is so sorely needed. The book he is working on could not come at a more urgent time. Thank you for bringing him to UT.

Rebecca R Sawyer

Rebecca R Sawyer left a positive review 3/21/2018

Interesting.

Elizabeth Sarno

Elizabeth Sarno left a positive review 3/5/2018

Best talk I've been to this year! So good.

Suzanne L Krause

Suzanne L Krause left a positive review 10/16/2017

Good conversation; good lecture. Student oriented.

Michael D Bain

Michael D Bain left a positive review 3/7/2017

Extremely well spoken with a fascinating insight on contemporary China

Diana Dawson

Diana Dawson left a positive review 2/1/2017

It was delightful to see a panel of UT's accomplished grads empower and encourage the next generation of journalists.

Jessica Serna

Jessica Serna left a positive review 9/14/2016

Very inspiring, however I would have like to have heard more about how the Latina women faced the challenges associated with being a Latina Women in this society. I want to know how they faced the barriers that I, as a Latina women, have experienced myself.

Allison M Alford

Allison M Alford left a positive review 4/9/2015

Great conference that highlights the current work in peace and conflict studies!

Daniel Kusner

Daniel Kusner left a review 2/10/2015

.... it was alright....

Stephanie Jackson

Stephanie Jackson left a positive review 1/26/2015

It was fantastic with a decent turnout. Thanks!