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Congratulations to BEA’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement in Scholarship Recipient…Rebecca Ann Lind

Rebecca Ann Lind, Director of Undergraduate Studies and an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), has been awarded the 2019 Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Lifetime Achievement in Scholarship.  The LAS will be presented to Dr. Lind during a BEA2019 awards ceremony and reception in Las Vegas on the evening of Sunday, April 7th.   She will give a formal presentation, Lady Gaga’s Little Monsters: Dimensions of Neo/Religiosity on the afternoon of Monday, April 8th.  Click here for more information.

2019 BEA Distinguished Education Service Award (DESA) Presented to Louise Benjamin

Louise Benjamin, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Kansas State University, has been named the 2019 Broadcast Education Association’s Distinguished Education Service Award (DESA) winner. Learn More…

January 2019 Issue of JoME

Welcome to the January 2019 issue of JoME. Our editor, Craig Freeman, is starting his second year in this roll by looking back at the changes JoME has made. Read More…

Announcing the 2019 Signature Station Winners

Television Awards:

1st Place: VUTV, Valparaiso University
Honorable Mention: U-View TV, Point Park University

Radio Awards:
1st Place: KJACK Radio, Northern Arizona University
Honorable Mention: WCUR, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

The Signature Station Competition is sponsored by BEA’s Student Media Advisors (SMA) interest division.  The competition invites submissions of superior protocol and practices at student-run, faculty-advised college radio and television stations.  The main mission is to identify and impart areas of excellence in the hands-on facilitation of station functions such as philosophical engagement, community involvement, programming arrangement, branding/logo development, student management, volunteer recruitment, and broadcast equipment.  The winners will be recognized at BEA2019 on Monday, April 9th during the Student Media Advisors Business Meeting.

2019-2020 BEA Scholarship Winners Announced

Ten students from ten different campuses were awarded scholarships in the Broadcast Education Association’s 2019-2020 competition.  The winners were selected by the BEA Scholarship Committee at its November 17, 2018 meeting in Washington, D.C., announced Pete Orlik, committee chair.  Click Here to view the full list of winners.

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