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We are introducing a new event in Las Vegas this year! BEA2018 is hosting a Graduate School Showcase on Tuesday, April 10 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. The showcase will offer schools a chance to target prospective graduate students that are attending BEA2018, BEA Festival of Media Arts and the NAB Show.
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Today marks an important milestone in planning for the annual conference in Las Vegas, the release of the preliminary schedule for BEA2018, with a spotlight on: Inclusive Media. The schedule is the result of months of planning by Jennifer Meadows, 2018 Convention Chair; the Convention Program Committee—Greg Luft, Marilyn Terzic, Sara Magee and Micheal McAlexander; and the BEA Staff.
In my final column for the 2017 calendar year, I wanted to provide a quick update on activities at the fall board of directors meeting, which was held at the NAB building in Washington, DC the weekend before Thanksgiving. This annual two-day fall board meeting is when the bulk of the board’s work is handled.
A number of committees are working on initiatives for this year—e.g. Diversity and Inclusion, Membership, Research, Publications and Festival, to name a few—which they reported on. I don’t have space to highlight all the work that these committees are tasked with, but I will briefly mention a few highlights. The Membership Committee is working on ides to recruit new faculty and graduate student members to the organization. The Research Committee and Research Enhancement Committee are working on ways to increase the amount and rigor of research presented at the annual conference. The Festival Committee and Festival Advisory Committee will be announcing new student and faculty categories for the 2019 Festival of Media Arts. In the coming months, these committees will also unveil plans to showcase more faculty work during the 2019 Festival, while preserving the sanctity of the acceptance rates. Read More…
We are introducing a new event in Las Vegas this year! BEA2018 is hosting a Graduate School Showcase on Tuesday, April 10 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. The showcase will offer schools a chance to target prospective graduate students that are attending BEA2018, BEA Festival of Media Arts and the NAB Show. The fee to participate is $100 per booth, but we are offering participating schools $100 off the price of a full page ad in the BEA2018 program if they sign up through December 31.
10+ Schools signed up in the first week!!!
Space is limited | Contact J-D Boyle for more information
For over 60 years the BEA has worked with the National Association of Broadcasters in creating the next generation of media professionals. BEA’s annual convention has been a major part of this endeavor. Co-located next door in the Westgate Hotel and Casino, BEA brings in over 1,300 educators each year and they descend upon NAB Show’s floor to see first-hand the latest and greatest tools and technology needed to teach students. Each year, schools direct BEA members to come to Vegas, either to spend the remainder of that year’s money or find the products to help teach the current technologies and techniques that they will buy in the fall with new funds.