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BEA partners with the University of Maryland Special Collections in Mass Media Culture as well as the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation for projects and research opportunities for our members. In order to get a better understanding of what BEA members are familiar with, and what they use, we are conducting a brief survey. We hope you take a moment to answer the few short questions. Please contact heather@BEAweb.org with questions.
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media -- Digital Media & Politics: Effects of The Great Information and Communication Divides
This special issue aims at investigating a range of topics that will help identify the information communication, and persuasion strategies applied to influence the interactions between media, politics and society as well as the effects of such interactions. Appropriate topics for submission could address a wide range of issues that impact public discourse on our democracy and way of life. Learn More…
PILOT, NAB’s innovation initiative will provide $50,000 in media technology scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students in 2019 through BEA
PILOT, an innovation initiative of the National Association of Broadcasters, has announced it will offer up to 10 scholarships of $5,000 each to current college sophomores, juniors, seniors entering graduate school and graduate students, for pursuit of studies related to broadcast engineering, media technology and innovation. The scholarships will be administered in partnership with the Broadcast Education Association (BEA).
Eligible academic areas include broadcast television or radio engineering and technology, broadcast content creation including sports and news production, web and online media, mobile media, media-related information technology (IT), multi-platform audience measurement and media technology research. Learn More…