Our six MMJ students were picked out of an incredible group of 51 applicants from the US and abroad. Our selections stood out for their well-rounded skill sets, innovative ideas, and recommendations by their professors. These six students worked with faculty advisors Nancy Dupont and Iveta Imre to cover BEA2019 and the NAB show, which can be found below.
Meet The Team
An attendance of 91,460 people was reported for the 2019 NAB Show in a NAB Communications press release. There were 24,096 international attendees and 160 countries represented at the convention. Hear from Latinos who were there to check out the latest broadcasting technology and advance their own enterprises.
Guillermo Díaz, Spanish radio announcer and voice actor based in Los Ángeles
Veronica Thebar, CFO at Broadcast and Production Services in México
Jorge Garcia, CEO at Teaasi Video in México
Valeria Canseco, Imagen Televisión in México
ESports have burst onto the scene as a featured form of entertainment for fans across the globe. Whether it is Fortnite or Apex Legends, gaming has become a medium that brings in millions of dollars daily.
You don’t have to walk far at the NAB Show to find a gaming exhibit. At the ESports Experience, Roger Caneda and Noel Nelson are helping to grow the network of gamers. They detail the judgement that ESports have overcome and discuss the future.
Professional gamers have become celebrity gamers in their own right. Justin Akeem is at the NAB Show taking part in the ESports Experience tournament. For the former professional skateboarder, he is living out his childhood dream that so many people doubted.
A Google representative explains how one can edit video with Adobe Premiere on Google Cloud. The internet enables project displays to be shared across the world.
Caitlyn Chase, graduate of Huntington University, won Best of Festival award for her cartoon film in the category “Student Film and Video”. I got the chance to meet up with Caitlyn and her father to discuss their overall feelings about this amazing accomplishment. The awards show took place Monday night, April 8th at #BEAvegas.
During the session “AIRCHECK: The Student Newscast Experience” on Sunday, professor Jeff Hammond said that student media members at his institution (Metropolitan State University of Denver) do not receive academic credit for their work. This inspired BEA student MMJs to discuss how their respective campus media is compensated.
Garrett Short from the University of Indiana State and Zachary Anders from the Washington State University both took home first place prizes in the news category for faculty and students. Short is a senior aspiring to be a sports reporter/anchor, while Anders is also a senior, but aspiring to be a reporter/MMJ. Both winners had nothing but great things to say about their first BEA experience so far.
Anders From Washington State
I sat down with Rich Landesberg from Elon University. A conference attendee for 20 years, Rich gives insight on how to take advantage of all this week has to offer.
You could say people were excited to get into the NAB conference this morning!
Filmographer John Woody talks about the transition to using his iPhone exclusively to shoot video.
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Garrett Short from the University of Indiana State and Zachary Anders from the Washington State University both took home first place prizes in the news category for faculty and students. Short is a senior aspiring to be a sports reporter/anchor, while Anders is also...read more