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Wednesday, November 15th

8:00pm ET / 5:00pm PT

We are proud to welcome Alpha Epsilon Rho (AERho) the honor society for electronic media students to the BEA family!

Accepting Nominations November 15 – December 15

Sandy Henry Named BEA’s Faculty Fellow for Student Programs

“As we grow our student offerings, for both undergraduates and graduate students, our Student Programs Faculty Fellow will play a key role in ideating and executing programming of interest to those members,” BEA President Kim Fox, American University in Cairo, reminds us. “We hope that having Sandy Henry in the role will be beneficial to BEA membership at large.”  Read More…

Dr. Keonte Coleman Named BEA’s Next Faculty Fellow of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Belonging

BEA is truly excited to benefit from the knowledge and experience Dr. Coleman will bring to this position. BEA President Kim Fox, American University in Cairo, affirms “BEA has a commitment to DEIB and it’s evident with our strategic planning goals and in fulfilling this role. Keonte Coleman brings a wealth of knowledge, skill sets and resources to the position that will assist us in attracting new members who feel comfortable in our BEA community.”  Read Full Release…

Read the Newest Issue of JoME

JoME’s Annual Issue on Assessment Now Released

Journal of Radio & Audio Media Call for Editor

The BEA Publications Committee seeks applicants for the next editor of the Journal of Radio & Audio Media (JRAM). The new editor will be selected in April 2024 in conjunction with the BEA Publications Committee and BEA Board meetings. The 3-year term begins January 2025 and concludes December 2027, but the editor must be on board earlier to learn the mechanics of the position and to begin reviewing manuscripts by May 2024 for the May 2025 issue. Learn More…


ATTN: Commercial and noncommercial full power TV, Class A, LPTV and AM and FM stations

As you may know, 2023 is a biennial ownership report filing year. Back in 2021, the FCC asked organizations associated with TV and radio stations to do additional outreach to remind them of the deadline.

In terms of this making a difference, in 2019, the FCC found that 1300 stations didn’t file reports. In 2021, there were only 374 stations that failed to file. That’s a big improvement, and something that may be saving college stations thousands in FCC fines, legal fees and more. The types of stations that failed to file include Commercial LPTVs (64), AMs (125) and FMs (67), as well as 118 FM NCE stations. All other station types were fully compliant! Read More…

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