In a world that now speaks in 140 characters or less, positioning Wittenberg, promoting our story, and effectively engaging with media can sometimes feel like trying to figuring out a huge jigsaw puzzle for the first time. But it's our office's job to complete the picture. Talk with us about your story idea, so we can determine the best path for possible coverage.
Ensuring that Wittenberg's visual representation remains consistent across all communication platforms, Creative Services offers a range of services designed to unite, enhance and advance the university's brand.
Photography / Video Services
They say a picture is worth of thousand words, and we fully agree. Wittenberg's brand essence is enhanced and revealed regularly in the compelling visuals, videos and other digital media produced by the Office of University Communications.
Stats production and standard press releases are a thing of a past in the world of sports information. Applying a more global approach and connecting with key departments beyond athletics are essential to success, particularly for the powerhouse Division III athletics program that is Wittenberg. Today, the Office of University Communications boasts a robust athletics communications division that goes beyond traditional boundaries to advance the university's mission.
Communicating the mission and vision through the people and events that make Wittenberg shine can take mere seconds in today's fast-paced, 24/7 interconnected world. Social media has forever changed the way we communicate, and we have changed with it, pushing out the Wittenberg story daily through an assortment of social media channels designed to engage and inspire.
Integrated Media Corps
Wittenberg's innovative Integrated Media Corps (IMC) is a collaborative academic and work-study program designed to help interested students learn how to become the media professionals of the future,
Created in 2010 as a collaborative effort of the administrative Office of University Communications and the academic Department of Communication, IMC provides Wittenberg students with opportunities to apply lessons learned in the classroom while gaining technical expertise through work-study internships.
The program welcomes students from all majors, providing hands-on experience with all facets of media production and broadcasting while also meeting publicity and public relations needs for the university.