BEA Thought Leadership Series

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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Radio Show Student Scholars Program

To best guide and encourage students toward and prepare them for successful careers in radio, 229 college undergraduate and graduate students will be awarded conference registration scholarships.

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BEA Thought Leadership Series

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.

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Once again we are dedicating our July issue to the subject of assessment by featuring the authors and content of BEA’s 2016 Assessment Bootcamp.  As usual, there is a lot to think about regarding assessment.  The main take-away for me is that we need to be committed to doing everything we can to ensure student success.  In order to do that, we need to be thorough, consistent, and willing to “assess the assessments”.  And that means taking ownership of assessment…in our classroom, in our departments, and in our universities.  As the title of the Bootcamp says, we need to write “our own assessment story”. Read More…

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BEA Super-Regional Conference

This three-day fall conference at the University of South Carolina features professional and academic training workshops, panel discussions, and competitions for scholarly research and creative works. Read More…

Radio Show Student Scholars Program

To best guide and encourage students toward and prepare them for successful careers in radio, 229 college undergraduate and graduate students will be awarded conference registration scholarships. More…

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Welcome to BEATLS! 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. ... See MoreSee Less

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Two things...
First, I really haven't participated in BEA in years - I switched to NAB for their classes. But having seen their usual suspects one too many times, I'm kinda looking to ease back in. I teach producing, editing, and digital video production. Would be nice to find a panel or some such in my field.

Secondly,
Does anyone else experience the issue of your limited resources being pressed upon by college departments and administration without compensation? How do you handle it?
Seems most emails and calls I get begin with "Do you have a student who needs a project?" Or, "Can I use your studio?" (With no training mind you) Or "I need a couple of cameras". We have a non-profit center that supports regional non-profit clients at low cost thanks to a donor...but on campus there seems to be no sense that these requests put a burden on our resources, and are a political nightmare when we say no.
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