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BEA Pop-Up Power Block: August 10-13

Join us for a Power-Block with a week full of virtual sessions and events.

Monday: Mic Techniques for Online Instructors

Tuesday: BEA Student Media Clubs August Brainstorm Session

Wednesday: BEA Pop-Up: Pre-BEA Festival of Media Arts Panel Discussion

Thursday: BEA Festival of Media Arts Best of Festival Ceremony 

 

 

BEA President's Corner - July, 2020

In the President’s Corner, about once each month, I have started something I will continue for the coming year: recognition of some of our members. This reminds us it’s the individual members who make BEA great. Please contact me directly to let me know about someone’s job change, or publication, or important BEA contribution, or similar reasons why they should be recognized here. We want to share our members’ accomplishments with the membership at large. Highlighted in this month’s President’s Corner are Julian Rodriguez and Candace Egan. Read More…

 

 

BEA Textbook Award Winner: Yumi Wilson, Gina Baleria & Grace Provenzano Writing & Reporting the News for the 21st Century: The Speed at Which We Travel

The 2020 BEA Textbook Award has been awarded to Yumi Wilson, Gina Baleria & Grace Provenzano for Writing & Reporting the News for the 21st Century: The Speed at Which We Travel (Cognella, 2019).In Writing & Reporting the News for the 21st Century, the authors take an innovative approach to teaching the fast-paced world of digital journalism. The text encourages students to embrace technology and social media while holding true to the ethical and professional standards of journalists. Read More…

 

 

BEA Pop-Ups

Welcome to BEA’s latest endeavor “BEA Pop-Ups.”  BEA Pop-Ups are a series of seminars and events, typically one-hour in length, to help members navigate the uncertainties in the changing academic world.  Visit the BEA Pop-Up page for more information and a schedule of upcoming seminars. Learn More…

BEA Book Award Winner: Social Media and the Public Interest: Media Regulation in the Disinformation Age

The 2020 BEA Book Award has been awarded to Philip M. Napoli, Duke University, for his latest book Social Media and the Public Interest: Media Regulation in the Disinformation Age (Columbia University Press, 2019). Philip M. Napoli (Ph.D., Northwestern University) is the James R. Shepley Professor of Public Policy in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and a Faculty Affiliate with the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy. Professor Napoli’s research focuses on media institutions and policy. He is the author of over 50 journal articles and several books including: Foundations of Communications Policy: Principles and Process in the Regulation of Electronic Media (Hampton Press, 2001); Audience Economics: Media Institutions and the Audience Marketplace (Columbia University Press, 2003); Audience Evolution: New Technologies and the Transformation of Media Audiences (Columbia University Press, 2011). Read More…

 

The Leibner Cooper Grant for Creative Productions on the History of Media awarded to Francesca Soans

The Leibner Cooper Grant for Creative Productions on the History of Media has been awarded to Francesca Soans, University of Northern Iowa for her latest project, The History of KBBG.Francesca Soans is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Northern Iowa. Her last film Sons of Jacob Synagogue, a recording of the stories of the Jewish community in Waterloo, won the Loren Horton Community History Award from the State Historical Society of Iowa (SHSI) and gained national recognition by winning a Silver Remi at the Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival. Read More…

 

 

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