You have a story.
Learn how to tell it.

Are you a scientist? A student? A journalist? Are you looking to make a podcast for your organization or create compelling videos for social media? Want to launch a news literacy or digital storytelling project in your school or community? The Montana Media Lab is here to help.

Workshops

We offer intensive, hands-on media workshops taught by industry experts. From filmmaking to writing to audio storytelling, we’ll help you take your skills to the next level.

News Literacy

We believe teaching digital storytelling and news literacy to youth in rural parts of Montana and on the reservations helps empower students to find their voices.

Collaborations

We work to partner with local and national organizations to make media that matters. We’re always looking for new projects and new ways to connect, so get in touch!

Work With Us

Let us craft the perfect training for your business or organization. We offer customized workshops that cater to your marketing and communication needs.

We’re Hiring Summer Positions

The Montana Media Lab at the University of Montana School of Journalism seeks a field coordinator and student instructors for its News Literacy and Digital Storytelling initiative aimed at providing news literacy and digital storytelling trainings to rural and Native American youth across Montana.

Deadline to apply is April 23, 2021.

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced all of us to adapt to a new reality of social distancing. For kids, this reality has been especially hard.

To help middle and high school students across Montana document this unprecedented time in their lives, the Montana Media Lab launched a state-wide, oral history project. We asked high school and middle school students to document their experiences by recording interviews with grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers and friends.

Head over to Montana Public Radio to listen to these heartfelt conversations.

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