The now annual competition sponsored by TVNewsCheck and the BEA asks student journalists to reimagine news storytelling for linear TV, mobile and social with an eye toward attracting younger audiences.
Student journalists who create the best new approaches or formats for local TV news in broadcasting will be awarded monetary prizes.
The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) and the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) today announced the winners of the Freedom of Speech Public Service Announcement Contest for college communications students. The first-place winners in the television and radio categories will be recognized during an event held during Free Speech Week in October. To compete, students submit 30-second […]
The Broadcast Education Association’s Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (JoBEM) announced its first open access issue with its September 2012 special issue on Socially Mediated Publicness. “It is a pleasure to release our first-ever open access issue of the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media,” said Zizi Papacharissi, JoBEM editor and professor and head […]
The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) and the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) announced today the winners of their annual Freedom of Speech public service announcement (PSA) competition for college communications students. The first-place winners in the radio and television categories will be recognized at the Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ) annual conference on Monday, Sept. 26, […]
Fifteen faculty and student works have been chosen to receive the BEA Best of Festival King Foundation awards. Best of Festival winners will be honored at the 9th Annual BEA Best of Festival King Foundation Awards Ceremony in Las Vegas on Monday, April 11. During the ceremony, recipients will be recognized with a high-definition screening […]