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BEA2021 Program Announced

Registration to the BEA2021 Virtual Convention this April will be included in your membership for FREE!

Join us on March 29th at 4:00 pm ET

for a LIVE Announcement of the

2021 “Best of” Festival Winners!

 

Sponsored by the Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation

DEADLINES coming up on April 1st….

BEA PSA Competitions:
-Memorable Moments in Broadcast History
-Racial Justice and Social Change

 

Pilot Scholarships Announced by the NAB

PILOT, an innovation initiative of the National Association of Broadcasters, has announced this year’s round of winners of its annual media technology and innovation scholarships. The awards, valued at $2,500 each, will be presented to four college students—two undergraduate and two graduate—for pursuit of studies related to broadcast or media technology and innovation. The scholarship program was launched in 2019 and is administered in partnership with the Broadcast Education Association (BEA). 

This year’s winners (and the schools to which they plan to apply their scholarships) are as follows: 

  • Destney Johnson, Grambling State University 
  • Christi McGahan, Liberty University 
  • Sophie Theiss, Gulf Coast State College 
  • Julie Young, Loyola University of Chicago 

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The Leibner Cooper Grant awarded to James E. Machado

The Leibner Cooper Grant for Creative Productions on the History of Media has been awarded to James E. Machado for his project, WGAL Digital Archive Documentary Project.

James Machado is an Assistant Professor in the Communication and Theatre Department at Millersville University in Millersville, PA. In addition to teaching, Machado has been an editor and producer of long-form television for the last 15 years. He has an MFA in Media Arts Production from the City College of New York. Machado also has experience working in hard news at the network level, and a working knowledge of video technology history. Read More…

Registration to the BEA2021 Virtual Convention this April will be included in your membership for FREE!

As a membership organization, you are the key to our association.  That’s why we are continuing to build avenues for you to promote traditional research and creative scholarship, create professional development and networking opportunities, and produce events for you to learn from the industry and colleagues at our April convention, all while trying to keep these difficult financial times in mind.

Thanks to the generosity from a select group of our sponsors, the cost of registrations to our annual convention in April is complementary to our members. We will be showcasing these companies in the coming weeks, but for now, please join us in thanking  Routledge/Taylor & Francis and FirstCom Music for their support. 

Call for Faculty Fellow of Student Programs

Call for Faculty Fellow of Student Programs
Application Deadline: May 1, 2021

BEA seeks applicants for a Faculty Fellow of Student Programs to support BEA student clubs and assist with the development of innovative and high-impact programming for students pursuing careers in radio, television, film, and the related media industries of news and entertainment.

The fellow will serve as chair of a presidentially-appointed task force on student membership. Specific duties will include:

  • Support and assist the work of BEA Clubs
  • Explore and recommend enhancements to student member benefits and programs
  • Develop student specific programming and tracks at BEA conferences and meetings
  • Attend BEA’s annual convention, and both the fall and spring board meetings

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BEA On-Location winners Announced

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