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introduces faculty and students to influential and/or historical figures in the media industry. The short video interviews (5-10 minutes) explore each professional’s background, career path, and day to day responsibilities as well as highlight industry trends.
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The Journal of Media Education is calling for papers addressing the Best Practices in media education for consideration for the April 2017 issue.
Submissions should focus on new and innovative teaching methods across the spectrum of media education, paying particular attention to the uses of various types of media (traditional and new, including social media) to achieve course and curricular objectives.
Submissions should be limited to 3000 words, excluding references, and include links to relevant media (photos, audio, video, multimedia, etc).
Email submissions to David Byland, Editor, at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions must be received no later than January 15, 2017 to be considered.
The BEA Thought Leadership Series (BEATLS) introduces faculty and students to influential and/or historical figures in the media industry. The short video interviews (5-10 minutes) explore each professional’s background, career path, and day to day responsibilities as well as highlight industry trends. The first group of interviews (11) focus on film/televsion distribution and media research.
November 9 - November 10
November 15 - December 14