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BEA On-Location

Colorado State University
October 6-8, 2022


Deadline: July 18 

Faculty and Student Creative Competition

Registration coming soon.

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.

BEA2022

See what you missed in the BEA22 Program.  Links to recorded virtual sessions are available to watch on-demand.

2022 BEA Mini Research Symposium: Media and Diversity: Challenges and Opportunities

BEA continues to expand its research presence by sponsoring a Mini-Symposium at BEA On Location in Ft. Collins, Colorado this coming October. The theme of the Mini-Symposium is Diversity and Media, mirroring the topic of the national BEA Symposium in April 2022. Our goals for the Mini-Symposium include promoting the national Symposium and expanding research opportunities about diversity and media. The demographics of both the United States and the world continue to shift and diversify, with people of color and other traditionally marginalized groups increasingly becoming the majority in many regions. Read more

BEA Bookstore

BEA Bookstore will be a designated place for members to recognize, and showcase the outstanding broadcasting and mass communication books and textbooks by BEA members. Visit BEA connect for more information.

The Library of American Broadcasting Foundation Presents the 2022 Broadcast Historian Award to Univision, Telemundo and the Rise of Spanish-Language Television in the United States, by Craig Allen

The Library of American Broadcasting Foundation (LABF) is pleased to announce the winner of its 2022 Broadcast Historian Award is Craig Allen, Arizona State University, for his book, Univision, Telemundo and the Rise of Spanish-Language Television in the United States. The book is the first comprehensive history of U.S. Spanish-language television. Read more

The Leibner Cooper Grant for Creative Productions on the History of Media awarded to Ben Bogardus

The Leibner Cooper Grant for Creative Productions on the History of Media has been awarded to Ben Bogardus for his documentary podcast project, Reporting on 9/11.
Ben Bogardus is an associate professor of Journalism at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. Bogardus teaches various courses in broadcast and digital journalism, including broadcast news writing, reporting for television, podcasting and journalism ethics. Read More..

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