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Broadcast Education Association (BEA)

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1771 N St, NW
Washington, DC

February 2020

The Leibner Cooper Grant for Creative Productions on the History of Media Submission Deadline

February 1
1771 n st NW
Washington, DC 20036 United States

Annually, a $2,500 grant will be awarded to a faculty member who is producing a documentary, news story, multimedia project or sports production focused on historical issues, figures and/or events related to media.  The project can be either a work in progress or a concept you are getting off the ground.  The goal of the grant is to offer support to BEA’s creative faculty members.  Applicants must be a current BEA individual members. Each year, the grant recipient will be recognized…

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2020 MMJ Program

February 14
1771 n st NW
Washington, DC 20036 United States

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. Daily assignments will introduce Student MMJ’s to different aspects of Media, Entertainment, and Technology – to include interviews with sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, award…

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BEA Audio Shorts Competition Submission Deadline

February 14
1771 n st NW
Washington, DC 20036 United States

#BEAshortdocs — Create compelling audio stories in 48-hours! Students have a chance to show off their recording talents and storytelling abilities in this new 48-hour audio documentary challenge – only available to BEA Student Media Club members. Club members have until Friday, February 14th to sign up, and the competition takes place on the weekend of February 22-23, 2020. Winning team members will have their work showcased at BEA2020 and receive complimentary convention registrations.

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2020 Grand Plans and Great Expectations

February 21
1771 n st NW
Washington, DC 20036 United States

Spring is the season for finishing theses and dissertations, as well as class research projects that miss fall BEA submission deadlines. To feature this work, BEA invites submissions for a unique digital poster session at the BEA2020 Annual Convention, April 18-21, 2020.  The digital poster session will take place on Tuesday, April 21. We invite graduate students only to submit their research work for this competitive opportunity. The range of research perspectives and methodologies is wide open. Quality counts, creativity is welcome and significant effort must be demonstrated. SUBMISSION…

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