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BEA2019

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BEA Graduate School Showcase & NAB Show Career Fair Merge To Create One Large Event For Advancing Your Career

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It’s time to renew!  Membership renewal is as simple as: LOGIN, REVIEW & RENEW…… Don’t forget we have a bonus for folks who bring in two faculty members who haven’t been involved with BEA in three or more years – you’ll receive a complimentary 2019 BEA faculty membership.

Let BEA Help Grow Your Department

BEA’s Classifieds host hundreds of jobs a year. Post your openings today, to get more and better qualified applicants (BEA Members).

Applications Being Accepted For The BEA2019 MMJ Program

BEA Student MMJs are a team of undergraduate and graduate students with the task of reporting on #BEAvegas and NAB Show by using and infusing a variety of story-telling methods –text, audio, video, pictures and graphics (or infographics).  Student MMJs should be ready to think outside the box and bring their journalism skills and training to life. Learn More…

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.

Career Fair / Graduate School Showcase

Last year we introduced a new event that 30 schools participated in, the Graduate School Showcase.  This year we are expanding it to reach a broader audience.  BEA2019 will host the Graduate School Showcase on Tuesday, April 9 again, but this year it is being combined with the NAB Show’s Career Fair. This one day single event will offer schools a greater chance to target prospective graduate students through a larger pool of individuals that are attending BEA2019 and the NAB Show.  Co-produced with National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF), the event will also feature panel discussions, one-on-one career coaching, resume workshops, and hiring opportunities for various careers within the broadcasting industry.

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…

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…

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