Achievements

The Department of Music Industry Studies is proud of the achievements and research of its students, faculty, and staff. Explore some of our accomplishments below:

Alumna receives full scholarship to attend The University for Creative Careers

Elizabeth McClanahan ’11 has received a full scholarship to attend The University for Creative Careers, SCAD Savannah, to obtain a MFA.

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Alumnus is owner of consulting company that helps performers develop business strategies

David Buttrey ’10 is also co-founder of Rabbit Hole Consulting, a company that helps bands and performers develop business strategies and is now consulting on music and fashion festivals throughout India.

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Alumnus accepted into Masters of Recording Arts program at Middle Tennessee State University

Ryan Talbot '12 was accepted to Middle Tennessee State University's Masters of Recording Arts program.

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Alumnus working in New Orleans film industry

Jared Calcagno ’10 is currently working in the film industry in New Orleans as a camera operator, grip, and production assistant.

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Alumnus signed management, publishing, and recording contracts

Bryan Sammis, attended Loyola AY 2011-2012, is in the band Neighbourhood and has recently signed management, publishing and recording contracts with top industry companies.

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Alumni start an event lighting company in Los Angeles

Nate and Alex Tellers, BS ’12, ’10, have begun their event lighting company in Los Angeles, LUNES.

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Professor of Video Technology is a contributor to The Guardian, the UKs largest newspaper

Jim Gabour

Gabour is a contributor to The Guardian, the UKs largest newspaper, and to its US website. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2011/may/17/new-orleans- mississippi-flood

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Extraordinary professor of video technology wrote essays for www.opendemocracy.net

Jim Gabour

In 2011, Jim Gabour, extraordinary professor of video technology, wrote over three dozen essays in London based www.opendemocracy.net, the world’s leading independent website on global current affairs.

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Extraordinary professor of video technology brings author of M. Butterfly to Loyola

Jim Gabour

Jim Gabour, extraordinary professor of video technology, arranged for David Henry Hwang, an international-level theatre arts professional, to visit the Loyola campus in the fall 2012.

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Extraordinary professor of video technology advises Monroe Library on use of copyrighted video material

Jim Gabour

Jim Gabour, extraordinary professor of video technology, is an advisor to the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library on use of copyrighted video material and legal resources regarding media distribution.

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