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Board of Governors to Discuss Online Education And Hazing This Week

The Florida Board of Governors (BOG) is in Gainesville for a two-day meeting. Five members of the 17-member panel are new. Gov. Rick Scott announced the appointments last week. All can begin serving right away, although they need Senate confirmation. BOG committees overseeing the state university system will talk about budget requests, expansion of online […]

Q&A With FSU Film School Dean About the Digital Domain Bankruptcy

Florida State University’s film school welcomed more than two dozen students to its new digital media program in West Palm Beach this month. The new Bachelor of Fine Arts program costs $28,000-a-year. Students join the program after spending their freshman year in Tallahassee. They are co-enrolled at FSU and the Digital Domain Institute, where animation […]

Digital Media Programs Will Go On Without “Titanic” Director’s Animation Studio

A digital production company that helps the St. Lucie County School District with design software for digital media programs is closing up shop. Digital Domain Media Group has filed for bankruptcy and is being sold to a private firm for $15-million. That’s less money than the company received in incentives to come to Florida. Digital […]

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