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Meet the 2023-2024 BEA Scholarship Winners

Eleven students from ten different campuses were awarded scholarships in the Broadcast Education Association’s 2023-2024 competition.  The winners were selected by the BEA Scholarship Committee at its November 30 virtual meeting announced Pete Orlik, committee chair.

BEA2023 Upcoming Deadlines


Early Bird Registration Now- March 10

BEA2023 Career Fair/Graduate Showcase
BEA/ NAB Show will host the industry-wide Career Fair on Tuesday, April 18th. The event will match high-quality candidates of all job levels to potential employers and graduate schools for those looking to advance their career/education. Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with major industry recruiters including CBS News, Hearst Television and ION Media. Admission is free for job seekers, but registration is required. Recruiters will have the chance to fill open positions and receive Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) credit for their participation.

2023 RAB Student Scholar Program

The RAB Student Scholar program offers students an opportunity to meet with top executives in the radio industry. This year we are pleased to announce that RAB will offer up to 150 students a package that includes a complimentary registration to attend BEA2023 and NAB Show in Las Vegas April 15-19, and $150 dollars in travel support. Students will be accepted on rolling admission. .

 

Assessment Boot Camp:

A resource for people who (think they) hate assessment

The BEA 2023 Assessment Boot Camp is going to be the beginning of an expansion of its reach and use. We will be creating an online repository with assessment ideas that anyone can use for their own department’s assessment activities. We want to make something that is plug and play so BEA members will be able to go on the website and download the resources they need to easily implement a rigorous assessment.

BEA Bookstore

 

Recognizing and showcasing the outstanding broadcasting and mass communication books and text books by BEA members. The bookstore is located in BEA Connect. BEA’s social community.

BEA Festival of Media Arts

Annually Over 250 Participating Schools 

Audio | Documentary | Film & Video | Graduate Student
Interactive Multimedia & Emerging Technologies | International
News | Sports | Scriptwriting | Two-Year Colleges

Assessment Boot Camp:

A resource for people who (think they) hate assessment

The BEA 2023 Assessment Boot Camp is going to be the beginning of an expansion of its reach and use. We will be creating an online repository with assessment ideas that anyone can use for their own department’s assessment activities. We want to make something that is plug and play so BEA members will be able to go on the website and download the resources they need to easily implement a rigorous assessment.

BEA2023 Deadlines

Upcoming Deadlines

Research-in-Progress Deadline: December 15
NEW Special Research Call on Social Media: December 15
NEW Collaborative Research Competition Deadline: January 15

BEA Bookstore


Recognizing and showcasing the outstanding broadcasting and mass communication books and text books by BEA members. The bookstore is located in BEA Connect. BEA’s social community.

RAB Student Scholar Program

The Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) and the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) are proud to provide the RAB Student Scholars Program for college undergraduate and graduate students to attend the BEA2023 and NAB Show conventions.  The program offers students an opportunity to meet with top executives in the radio industry. This year we are pleased to announce that RAB will offer up to 150 students a package that includes a complimentary registration to attend BEA2023 and NAB Show in Las Vegas April 15-19, and $150 dollars in travel support. Students will be accepted on rolling admission.  Read more..

 

BEA Scholarship Winners Announced

Eleven students from ten different campuses were awarded scholarships in the Broadcast Education Association’s 2023-2024 competition.  The winners were selected by the BEA Scholarship Committee at its November 30 virtual meeting announced Pete Orlik, committee chair. Click Here to see the full list of winners

 

JOBEM Special Issue Call: Communication Theory in the Era of Media Balkanization

As the cost to produce and distribute media content has dramatically reduced, the ability to share content has dramatically expanded. Every person is a potential media producer; anyone can be a broadcaster. However, while broad casting has never been more possible, broad receiving has never been more elusive. “Hit” shows are still only watched by 1-2% of the population; units of virality are often measured in the thousands, not millions. Even media that still are widely consumed are inextricably defined by customization. Read More…

BEA 2023 Career Fair/ Graduate Showcase

NAB Show will host the industry-wide Career Fair on Tuesday, April 18th. The event will match high-quality candidates of all job levels to potential employers and graduate schools for those looking to advance their career/education. Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with major industry recruiters including CBS News, Hearst Television and ION Media. Admission is free for job seekers, but registration is required. Recruiters will have the chance to fill open positions and receive Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) credit for their participation learn more..

Assessment Boot Camp: A resource for people who (think they) hate assessment

The BEA 2023 Assessment Boot Camp is going to be the beginning of an expansion of its reach and use. We will be creating an online repository with assessment ideas that anyone can use for their own department’s assessment activities. We want to make something that is plug and play so BEA members will be able to go on the website and download the resources they need to easily implement a rigorous assessment.

 

Call for Papers – JRAM Symposium Edition: BBC Radio 1922-2022: navigating the waves of change

On 18 October 1922 the British Broadcasting Company was formed in order to make use of the new technology of radio broadcasting for domestic use. The company started regular radio broadcasts on 14 November and in January 1927 it was formed into the British Broadcasting Corporation.  Read More..

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