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Thursday, October 22
 

10:30am EDT

Welcome
Speakers
avatar for Tony DeMars

Tony DeMars

professor, Texas A&M University - Commerce
avatar for Heather Birks

Heather Birks

Executive Director, Broadcast Education Association


Thursday October 22, 2020 10:30am - 10:50am EDT
Live

11:00am EDT

Updating Media Curriculum While Teaching Online
This panel offers suggestions and tips for updating courses, requirements, and curriculum for media studies and production programs when moving to an online format. Panelists discuss their step-by-step process for teaching production classes online, decisions on equipment needs, and offering new courses to match industry trends. Faculty will emphasize the importance of student feedback and how they are a resource in designing new courses.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Kenny

Thomas Kenny

Television Studio Manager & Adjunct Professor, Molloy College
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Nicole Grappone

Molloy College
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Julia Kraemer

Molloy College


Thursday October 22, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Live

11:00am EDT

Diverse Voices in the Curriculum: Opportunities and Challenges
This panel will address planning for the next BEA Latin America, with plans for it to be hosted by Catholic University and the Javeriana University in Bogotá, Colombia. Panelists will discuss opportunities and challenges for the next conference and the related creative and research partnerships between U.S. and Latin America educators. However, the panel will more broadly demonstrate how students and faculty can have a more engaging experience through a variety of opportunities that include diverse voices. Part of bringing in Spanish language media to BEA members is about the cross cultural experience, so we will discuss the past and future Latin America conferences, but other panelists will take us further in the panel by addressing ways to incorporate a variety of diversity initiatives across the curriculum in our academic programs on each of our campuses.

Moderators
avatar for Tony DeMars

Tony DeMars

professor, Texas A&M University - Commerce

Speakers
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José Soto

DePaul University
An international television writer, showrunner, lecturer, and professor whose career includes leading two of the most prestigious television programs in Mexico City, as well as creating the first graduate two-year telenovela screenwriting program in conjunction with Televisa, the... Read More →
avatar for Julian Rodriguez

Julian Rodriguez

Broadcast Journalism Specialist, University of Texas - Arlington
avatar for Jairo Becerra

Jairo Becerra

Director - Research Center CISJUC, Catholic University of Colombia
avatar for John Shrader

John Shrader

Associate Professor, Broadcasting and Sports Media, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
I teach sports media and broadcasting at the University of Nebraska. I came here in 2017 after six years at Cal State Long Beach. Before that, I was a TV and radio sportscaster in San Francisco for more than 30 years. Among my research interests are the presentation and ethics of... Read More →
avatar for Masudul (Mas) Biswas

Masudul (Mas) Biswas

Associate Professor of Communication, Loyola University Maryland
I teach digital and emerging media courses at Loyola University Maryland. My wide range of research interests include diversity and digital media education in journalism and communication curriculum, ethnic and community media, comparative media, and global media.
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Alejandro Herrera

Ibero University


Thursday October 22, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Live

12:15pm EDT

Creating Accessible Media on iPads and Macs.
Learn how to create subtitles and closed captions from the simplest and lowest cost levels, up to professional, broadcast level captions. We will look at tools included on iPads such as Clips and iMovie and professional level tools like Final Cut Pro. We will also briefly touch on audio descriptions and using third party tools such as Subler and YouTube.

Thursday October 22, 2020 12:15pm - 1:00pm EDT
Pre-recorded

12:15pm EDT

Dept. Chairing: What WeWish We Had Known Sooner
This panel of veteran department chairs will offer advice to those new to the role of chair or considering chairing in the future. (And even longtime chairs may glean new ideas for a better functioning department!). Panelists will each share what they've learned in the trenches. Topics include the nature of your relationship with your Dean, the importance of encouraging/fostering growth in faculty colleagues, finding and mentoring adjunct faculty, working with existing faculty to develop or update outdated curriculum, some keys to growing a media program, and acknowledging your own weaknesses. You'll also learn "things you think you know but don't" as you become chair and how to lead rather than manage your department.

Moderators
avatar for Kathy Bruner

Kathy Bruner

Associate Professor - Art, Film & Media Dept., Taylor University
During my nearly 30-year career in higher ed, I have taught courses in film and television production, documentary filmmaking, media history, and writing for both fiction and nonfiction. I have a Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking with an emphasis on documentary.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Spillman

Michael Spillman

Interim Chair, Ball State University
Before moving into the chair's position in Telecommunications, I served 14 years as assistant chair, and also was academic advisor for the department.  My teaching interests include courses in media law and policy, media history, and the foundations class for new majors.  
avatar for Christine Taylor

Christine Taylor

Associate Professor, Butler University
I am in my 30th year of teaching at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana.  My creative and teaching interests are in production of all types.  I teach in the School of Journalism and Creative Media for majors in Creative Media and Entertainment and Sports Media. Over the years... Read More →
avatar for Lance Clark

Lance Clark

Dean of the Arts, Huntington University
Lance Clark teaches a variety of film and television production courses at Huntington University and has executively produced over 100 short films. He also serves as the Dean of the Arts, where he helps mentor tenure track faculty and guides curriculum development.


Thursday October 22, 2020 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Live

12:15pm EDT

Hispanic Media Employment Prospects and Salaries
Universities around the nation have established Hispanic/bilingual media programs graduating outstanding journalists. This panel will expose the value of these programs and showcase employment prospects and salaries after graduation and beyond.

Moderators
avatar for Julian Rodriguez

Julian Rodriguez

Broadcast Journalism Specialist, University of Texas - Arlington

Speakers
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Alejandro Alvarado

Florida International University
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Ms. Teresa C Puente

California State University Long Beach
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Vinicio Sinta

Texas A&M University - San Antonio


Thursday October 22, 2020 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Live

1:30pm EDT

Disruption, Isolation, and Connection: The Role of Academic Leadership in Building Community During Moments of Crisis
This panel discussion examines how university leaders and faculty can build and maintain community ties in the face of disruption and isolation. We’ve seen a range of events that have closed our colleges and universities, many times in a moment of crisis. El Centro College in downtown Dallas shut down for months after an active shooter shot 14 police officers and was subsequently killed himself by a police robot. Communication faculty at the University of New Mexico found themselves without offices or classrooms during a year-long renovation of their building. The school closures of Spring 2020 and subsequent move to widespread remote teaching due to COVID-19 are recent examples of how unforeseen health crises can disrupt the structure and foundation of academic practices and connections. As academics, how are we to maintain professional identity, colleagueship, and genuine community bonds in such moments? Enter leaders--leaders who have been formally chosen and named as such, as well as faculty who set a standard of care and courage for their peers. This panel investigates how--in these moments of stress and feelings of isolation—strong academic leadership not only maintains structure and purpose but also forges new connections and resolve. All participants on this panel are teachers, researchers, and scholars; and most have served as chairs, deans, or provosts. Their conversations examine such topics as the importance of governance, transparency, and responsive policy; diverse engagement; shared physical spaces; a mix of online and face to face interactions with students and colleagues; the motivations of friendship; and the value of multiple workplace communities. This panel has value because it offers a thoughtful, philosophical, theoretical, and pragmatic view of community building in the academic environment. Such a conversation seems especially useful in our current context of COVID-19, which, as noted by Jack Stripling*, attacks everything Higher Education does best--from collaborative learning to study abroad and residential life. As the U.S. academic sphere shut down in Spring 2020, taking with it thousands of face to face classes and most in-person campus interactions, many students and faculty reported feeling disconnected, cut adrift, and in danger of losing valued relationships. Social isolation can be deadly, if it takes our relational life, values, shared memories, and purpose for a shared journey of learning and academic discovery. At the same time, gifted leaders from all sectors of the university can lead and also teach others to employ the strategies and practices of community building. This panel pulls together faculty, administrators, and former administrators to explore activities and attitudes that inhibit isolation and foster shared meanings. It seems important that we discuss such matters in a moment marked, at least in some cases, by increasingly tenuous social ties with one another. It seems important to also note that, as earth-stopping as the current pandemic is, other smaller events can threaten community ties between people and within departments and colleges. Faculty and administrators who hone their community building skills can become powerful agents of connection and affiliation for their colleagues across the campus. This panel seeks to further that conversation, relating professional and personal experiences, and drawing on best practices for building organizational cohesion. *Chronicle of Higher Education, March 27, 2020.

Moderators
avatar for Dr. Glenda R. Balas

Dr. Glenda R. Balas

Professor, University of North Texas - Dallas
Dr. Glenda Balas is a Professor in Communication and Technology at the University of North Texas at Dallas. She was formerly Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UNT Dallas; Professor and Chair of the Communication and Journalism Department at the University of New Mexico; and Chair... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ralph Beliveau

Ralph Beliveau

Assoc. Profesor, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Beliveau is on faculty for the Gaylord College at the University of Oklahoma, and affiliate faculty in both Film and Media Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies. He co-authored Digital Literacy: A Primer on Media, Identity, and the Evolution of Technology (2016) and co-edited... Read More →
avatar for David Weiss

David Weiss

Communication & Journalism Dept. Chair, University of New Mexico
I'm an associate professor of media studies and the chair of the Communication & Journalism Department at the University of New Mexico. My teaching and research interests include political communication, media theory and criticism, and the media and popular culture industries. I spent... Read More →
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Sue Balter-Reitz

Montana State University - Billings
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Dorothy Bland

Professor, University of North Texas
Dorothy M. Bland, Ph.D., is a journalism professor at the University of North Texas Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism. In 2019, she was honored as one of the top 35 women in higher education by Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine. During her tenure as a journalism... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Dwight E. Brooks

Dr. Dwight E. Brooks

Dean, Zayed University
Dwight E. Brooks is Dean of the College of Communication and Media Sciences at Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates. I am interested in leadership strategies that build and maintain community during a pandemic that has created isolation among and between students and facu... Read More →
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Dr. Nicholas Bowman

Associate Professor, Texas Tech University
Dr. Bowman joins the faculty at Texas Tech University having spent the past eight years at West Virginia University, with a brief stint at Young Harris College (Georgia). A graduate of Michigan State University, his research focuses on entertainment and persuasive applications of... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

Contested Ground: The Tunnel and the Struggle over Television News in Cold War America
Mike Conway, winner of the 2020 Broadcast Historian Award, will discuss his award winning book, Contested Ground. NBC’s Reuven Frank is at the center of Contested Ground: “The Tunnel” and the Struggle over Television News in Cold War America, as producer of the 1962 documentary “The Tunnel” and creator of the most popular journalism source of the period, NBC’s nightly newscast, “The Huntley-Brinkley Report.” The production and reception of the documentary, and all of television news, bring into focus a major upheaval in American news communication and the competition involved as government leaders, journalism competitors, and other groups fought over the shifting media landscape.  The annual Broadcast Historian Award is made possible by support of the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation.  
Welcome Remarks: Heidi Raphael, Chief Communications Officer, Beasley Media Group and co-Chair, Library of American Broadcasting Foundation
Mike Henry, Research Specialist, University of Maryland

Moderators
avatar for Mike Conway

Mike Conway

asociate professor, Indiana University
My book, Contested Ground: "The Tunnel" and the Struggle Over Television News in America, is the 2020 winner of the LIbrary of American Broadcasting Foundation Broadcast Historian Award. The book focuses on a controversial 1962 NBC documentary about a daring tunnel escape under the... Read More →

Speakers
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Mike Henry

Research Specialist, University of Maryland
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Heidi Raphael

Chief Communications Officer, Beasley Media Group


Thursday October 22, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

College Radio Day: 10 Years of Bringing College Radio Together
The brainchild of William Paterson’s Dr. Rob Quicke, College Radio Day has united campus stations across the world around a singular mission to celebrate – and remind their communities about– the unique standing college radio has in the broadcast medium. It’s also the only organization to provide much-needed financial help to under-funded stations. Now in its 10th year, College Radio Day continues to look for new and innovative ways to expand its influence, and assist more stations in need.

Moderators
avatar for Lance Liguez

Lance Liguez

Faculty Advisor, University of Texas - Arlington

Speakers
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Rob Quicke

William Patterson University
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Anabella Poland

Montclair State University


Thursday October 22, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Live

4:00pm EDT

Paper Session: Going Global
Moderator: Lisa Pecot-Hebert, University of Southern California

O Beautiful Border Wall, Who’s the Biggest Demagogue of All? President Trump’s Populist Tweet-Storm Blows Away His U.S. and Global Counterparts; Darrell Roe, Eastern New Mexico University

Jihadist Recruitment Through Popular Media: Analysis of the Television Series Black Crows; Carmen Navarro, Liberty University & William J. Brown, Regent University

Flawed Foreign Coverage: A Critical Case Study; Davis Vallesi, York University

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Pecot-Hebert, Ph.D.

Lisa Pecot-Hebert, Ph.D.

Associate Professor/Director, Journalism M.S. Program, University of Southern California
Lisa Pecot-Hébert, Ph.D. has been teaching at the college level for 20 years. She teaches a variety of print, broadcast and multimedia undergraduate and graduate courses and serves as the director of graduate journalism at USC Annenberg. Lisa also serves as the advisor for the USC... Read More →
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Darrell Roe

Asst. Prof. of Communication, Eastern New Mexico University
avatar for Dr. Carmen Navarro, Ph.D.

Dr. Carmen Navarro, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Strategic and Personal Communication, Liberty University
Associate Professor of Strategic and Personal Communication at Liberty UniversityCoursesCOMS 690 Thesis (Chair)COMS 689 Thesis/Project Proposal and Research (Chair)COMS 680 Communication Research (Research Methods)COMS 624 Intercultural CommunicationCOMS 562 Emerging Trends in Strategic... Read More →
avatar for Davis Vallesi

Davis Vallesi

York University
Davis is a third-year PhD student in the Communication & Culture program at York University in Toronto, Canada. His dissertation research involves studying the influence of journalism on Canadian elections.
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William J. Brown

Regent University


Thursday October 22, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Live

4:00pm EDT

This Is Not a Test: Lessons Learned From Running a College Radio Station During COVID-19
This panel will provide a variety of perspectives from faculty advisors across the country on best practices for running a college radio station during the COVID-19 crisis. Each of our panelists' radio stations had to develop rules and procedures for how to accommodate the needs and special considerations brought about by the global pandemic. By sharing our stories, our triumphs, and our struggles through this transitional period, we hope to provide a forum for discussion on what the COVID-19 virus has taught all of us about the role played by college stations in the fluctuating culture of post-corona university life.

Moderators
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Lowery Woodall

Millersville University of PA

Speakers
avatar for Jodeane Newcomb Brownlee

Jodeane Newcomb Brownlee

Faculty Advisor, University of Nebraska at Omaha
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Shawn Isaacs

General Manager of The WOLF Internet Radio, University of West Georgia
avatar for Jeffrey Schiffman

Jeffrey Schiffman

Radio Station Manager & Instructor in Audio & Radio Production, York College of Pennsylvania


Thursday October 22, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Live
 
Friday, October 23
 

10:00am EDT

Morning Coffee & Conversation
Bring your first cup of coffee, mid-morning espresso or afternoon tea....  We miss seeing everyone in person but look forward to chance to catch-up before we kick off the second day of the conference.  BEA Staff and board members will be available to and answer questions and talk about upcoming plans for 2021.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Birks

Heather Birks

Executive Director, Broadcast Education Association


Friday October 23, 2020 10:00am - 10:45am EDT
Live

11:00am EDT

Ross Solutions for Education – 2020 Live Video Production Instruction
Learn how various BEA member institutions are leveraging Ross Solutions this year to instruct their students utilizing industry-standard video production workflows.
Moderator: Matt Peschau, Business Development Manager – Education, Ross Video
Panelists: John Eidemiller, University of Toledo; Recruiting students to enroll in Sports & Live Event Production Course Offerings + leveraging in town production opportunities
Randy Hildebrand, Hofstra University; Graphics & Online Services
David Goodhart, Chapman University; News Workflows & Online Services
Julian Rodriguez, University of Texas at Arlington; Automated Production Control (APC) workflows for bilingual journalism instruction

Speakers
avatar for Julian Rodriguez

Julian Rodriguez

Broadcast Journalism Specialist, University of Texas - Arlington
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Matt Peschau

Business Development Manager – Education, Ross Video
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John Eidemiller

University of Toledo
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Randy Hildebrand

Hofstra University
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David Goodhart

Chapman University


Friday October 23, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am EDT
Live

11:00am EDT

Journalism Education - the Nottingham Trent (UK) experience: Necessity is the mother of invention
Educators at Nottingham Trent University, which features a range of accredited journalism programmes, had four days to flip all their teaching and assessment to online when the UK entered lockdown on 23 March. Teaching and assessed news days continued through till the end of May and during those weeks the remote practice used and developed new ways of working and tools to enable students to perform in line with professional journalists. This panel features a number of those programme leaders, from undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in news and broadcast journalism, and a member of the technician team that made it all possible. They will share what they learned, both from their student feedback, their own experiences, and from their industry contacts in the BBC and ITV News, and focus on how they have forged new ways of educating journalists which will extend through the ongoing pandemic and beyond.
Moderator:
Deborah Wilson David, Head of Journalism and Media, Director of the Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism, Nottingham Trent University
Panelists:
Gail Mellors, Programme Leader of BA Broadcast Journalism, Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism, Nottingham Trent University
Dan Hodgett, Senior Technician, Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism, Nottingham Trent University

Moderators
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Deborah Wilson David

Department Chair, Nottingham Trent University

Friday October 23, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Live

11:00am EDT

Cinematography Exercises
Panelists will discuss a favorite cinematography exercise, explain what content it teaches, and show examples of the resulting student work. John Bruner will discuss an exercise where students build a story around commonly used yet tricky to execute dolly movement, taking into account focus and depth of field considerations. Lance Clark will discuss an exercise in which student recreate a scene from a feature film or TV show, recreating it as close to the original as possible. Laurie Lee will present an exercise that can be executed live in the classroom or remotely, where students interpret a script and create a shooting script including shot list, lining shots and blocking, then direct the 2-scene dramatic dialogue. Ron Johnson will explain how he uses “one-shot” and “five by five” video exercises shot on smartphones to begin an editing aesthetics conversation.

Moderators
avatar for John Bruner

John Bruner

Associate Professor, Taylor University
John Bruner is an Associate Professor of Film and Media Production at Taylor University. He teaches film directing, cinematography, film history and criticism, narrative filmmaking and multi-camera live production. He envisioned and co-founded Taylor’s Los Angeles semester.Prior... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Laurie Lee

Laurie Lee

Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Ronald Johnson

Executive in Residence (Film/TV Production), Wartburg College
I am a digital cinema and broadcast television educator with experience: in producing and directing EMMY® nominated, regional PBS music specials; in applying The Project for Excellence in Journalism findings to teaching best practices in television news; and in the international... Read More →
avatar for Lance Clark

Lance Clark

Dean of the Arts, Huntington University
Lance Clark teaches a variety of film and television production courses at Huntington University and has executively produced over 100 short films. He also serves as the Dean of the Arts, where he helps mentor tenure track faculty and guides curriculum development.


Friday October 23, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Live

12:15pm EDT

Internships Modified: Our response to a Pandemic
During a typical summer semester, interns would be expected to network, produce content, and hold regular meetings with their host employer. However, COVID-19 caused major changes in internship programs across the country. Panelists will share how their departments modified internship expectations to ensure success for students participating in internships in the summer of 2020. We will also open the floor for discussion to hear how other universities managed their internship programs.

Moderators
avatar for Angela Criscoe

Angela Criscoe

Assistant Professor / Film & TV, Georgia College & State University
I am an Assistant Professor, in the Department of Communication at Georgia College with a passion and interest in researching, exploring, and using innovative technologies in film and television. I have professional experience in advertising, public relations, broadcast, and film... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Jared Browsh

Dr. Jared Browsh

Director of Student Media, University of Colorado Boulder
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Tracy Songer

Assistant Professor, Northern Kentucky University
Prior to joining the faculty at NKU, Tracy worked for over twenty years in the production industry.  She served as executive producer for Upstream 360 and worked as a freelance producer in commercial production.  She also was the senior producer for many HGTV and DIY shows including... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2020 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Live

12:15pm EDT

Mini-Symposium on Media and Crisis Communication Research
Moderator: Glenda Balas, University of North Texas - Dallas

Black Press Videos As Crisis Communication Tools for Social Amplification of Risk In a Global Pandemic; George Daniels & Chalise Macklin, The University of Alabama

Participatory Journalism in Traditional Crisis Coverage: An Analysis of Citizen-Produced Content During the Traditional Media’s Coverage of the Parkland School Shooting; Danielle Deavours, University of Montevallo

Recycling Rhetoric: Crisis Communication Rhetoric Flushes out Voices Imprisoned Inside the Margins of Intersectionality; Suha Mohammed, Regent University

Vicarious Traumatization of Broadcast Journalists and Its Effect on Nonverbal Neutrality (Research In Progress); Danielle Deavours, University of Montevallo



Moderators
avatar for Dr. Glenda R. Balas

Dr. Glenda R. Balas

Professor, University of North Texas - Dallas
Dr. Glenda Balas is a Professor in Communication and Technology at the University of North Texas at Dallas. She was formerly Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UNT Dallas; Professor and Chair of the Communication and Journalism Department at the University of New Mexico; and Chair... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for George Daniels

George Daniels

Associate Professor, University of Alabama
In October 2020, I began serving as the Broadcast Education Association's Faculty Fellow for Diversity and Inclusion.  I teach graduate and undergraduate students in electronic news reporting, mass media diversity and community-engaged learning courses.  I worked in local television... Read More →
avatar for Danielle Deavours

Danielle Deavours

Instructor, Multimedia Journalism, University of Montevallo
Danielle Deavours is an instructor of multimedia journalism at the University of Montevallo and a PhD candidate at the University of Alabama. Working as an Emmy and Murrow award winning broadcast journalist for over a decade, Danielle now specializes in media sociology. Her specialty... Read More →
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Suha Mohammed

Regent University


Friday October 23, 2020 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Live

1:30pm EDT

Google Tools and More for Your Classrooms and Newsrooms (Session One)
Learn about all of the free Google tools that can help your newsroom build interactive charts, maps, visualizations and more. This is a hands-on workshop, so you'll be using your laptop and smartphone.
Tools we’ll cover: Google Flourish, Google Dataset Search, Google Fact Check Explorer, Google Earth, MapChecking.com, Google Trends, MyMaps, Earth Engine Timelapse, data scraping with Google Sheets and more.

Moderators
avatar for Mike Reilley

Mike Reilley

Professor, SPJ Digital Tools Trainer
Mike is an SPJ digital trainer who has taught Google News Initiative tools to more than 6,500 journalists and educators in the past four years. He also is founder of and trainer in the Penny Press Digital LLC, a consulting and training company. When he’s not doing trainings, he... Read More →

Friday October 23, 2020 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
Live

1:30pm EDT

American Radio's 100-Year Journey: Tuning in to Some Interesting Milestones Along the Way (Session One)
As American radio passes its 100th birthday, the Radio & Audio Media Division is paying homage to our favorite medium with a review of some interesting events and entities that have contributed to radio's rich history. These topics are presented by prominent radio historians and scholars, and they cover a wide spectrum in programming, technology, and regulation. The RAM Division presents this panel as a prelude to a proposed large-scale event related to radio's 100th birthday at the 2021 BEA Convention.

Click the links below to view the presentations:

Session One Introduction
Moderator: Andy Curran, University of Cincinnati

The Importance of American Radio in a Global Context
Anne McLennan, York University (Toronto) and editor, Journal of Radio & Audio Media

What was the USA's First Radio Station?
Donna Halper, Lesley University

College Radio
Mike Adams, San Jose State University

Radio's Shift from Live to Recorded Content
Stephen Perry, Regent University

American Radio's Relationship with the Automobile
Ian Punnett, Kansas State University

Session One Wrap Up
Moderator: Andy Curran, University of Cincinnati

Moderators
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Andy Curran

Professor, University of Cincinnati - Clermont College
I worked for 25 years in broadcast media (1974-1999). I was mainly employed in radio as an air talent, Program Director, & Music Director in a variety of formats, but my specialties were rock, adult contemporary, and CHR. I worked in 3 Top 100 markets (Cincinnati, OH/Birmingham, AL/Mobile... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mike Adams

Mike Adams

Emeritus Professor, San Jose State University
Author of books on radio, radio juvenile fiction, Bio of Lee de Forest, Emmy nomination, PBS Radio Collector, California Historical Radio Society, ex-DJ, ex-department chair, radio TV Film, ex-associate dean. wrote the book on Columbus radio
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Donna Halper

Assoc. Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Lesley University
I am a professor of media studies, and a long-time media historian, with expertise in the history of broadcasting, as well as media representations of "the other." My special focus is on women and minorities; I also research how radio and TV have addressed contentious social issues... Read More →
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Anne F MacLennan

Associate Professor, York University
Talk to me about the Journal of Radio & Audio Media
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Ian Punnett

Kansas State University
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Stephen Perry

Interim Dean & Professor, Regent University
I'm the chair of the publication committee. So talk to me about our journals.  We're seeking the next editor for JRAM.


Friday October 23, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Pre-recorded

2:20pm EDT

Google Tools and More for Your Classrooms and Newsrooms (Session Two)
CONTINUED FROM EARLIER SESSION...
Learn about all of the free Google tools that can help your newsroom build interactive charts, maps, visualizations and more. This is a hands-on workshop, so you'll be using your laptop and smartphone.
Tools we’ll cover: Google Flourish, Google Dataset Search, Google Fact Check Explorer, Google Earth, MapChecking.com, Google Trends, MyMaps, Earth Engine Timelapse, data scraping with Google Sheets and more.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Reilley

Mike Reilley

Professor, SPJ Digital Tools Trainer
Mike is an SPJ digital trainer who has taught Google News Initiative tools to more than 6,500 journalists and educators in the past four years. He also is founder of and trainer in the Penny Press Digital LLC, a consulting and training company. When he’s not doing trainings, he... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2020 2:20pm - 3:30pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

Research in Progress - Digital Poster Session
Moderator: Joe Saltzman, University of Southern California

Panelists:
“Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?”: The Film Joker as Representations of Post-modern Alienation, Dehumanization and Psycho-sociopathology; John McHale, Illinois State University

From Moments of Minimal Impact to Planned Engagement At a Distance: A Service-Learning Story; George Daniels, The University of Alabama

Framing a Movement: Media Portrayals of the George Floyd Protests; Holly S. Cowart, Southern University; Ginger E. Blackstone, Harding University; Jeffrey K. Riley, Georgia Southern University

Course internationalization Through Virtual Exchange: Students’ Reflections; Roxane Coche, University of Florida

Teaching Micro-Documentary: a Set of Systems for Teaching Short-form Storytelling; Susan Cardillo, University of Harford

Rape Culture in the News: Influence of Symbolic Annihilation in Rape Myth Perpetuation During Media Coverage of the Kavanaugh Allegations; Danielle Deavours, University of Montevallo

Moderators
avatar for Joe Saltzman

Joe Saltzman

Professor, University of Southern California - Annenberg
Joe Saltzman, professor of journalism and communication at USC Annenberg, has been a prolific print and electronic journalist for more than 50 years. He created the broadcasting sequence for the School of Journalism at the University of Southern California in 1974. Saltzman, who in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Dr. John P McHale

Dr. John P McHale

Professor, Illinois State University
John P. McHale (PhD, University of Missouri, 2002) is a writer, producer, director, and Professor of Media Writing in the School of Communication at Illinois State University.McHale has been recognized over 20 times by festivals and screenplay competitions for his work as a screenwriter... Read More →
avatar for Ginger Blackstone

Ginger Blackstone

Associate Professor, HU16-TV News Director, Harding University
Live TV production, the news industry, Cultivation Theory, framing, social media, broadcasting
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George Daniels

Associate Professor, University of Alabama
In October 2020, I began serving as the Broadcast Education Association's Faculty Fellow for Diversity and Inclusion.  I teach graduate and undergraduate students in electronic news reporting, mass media diversity and community-engaged learning courses.  I worked in local television... Read More →
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Danielle Deavours

Instructor, Multimedia Journalism, University of Montevallo
Danielle Deavours is an instructor of multimedia journalism at the University of Montevallo and a PhD candidate at the University of Alabama. Working as an Emmy and Murrow award winning broadcast journalist for over a decade, Danielle now specializes in media sociology. Her specialty... Read More →
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Dr. Roxane Coche

University of Florida
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Susan Cardillo

Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Journalism, University of Hartford
Dr. Cardillo has a Bachelor of Arts in Radio/Television Communications and Theatre from the University of Arizona, a Master of Science in Interactive Media from Quinnipiac University, a Masters Certificate in Media Management from the New School, and a Doctorate of Computer Science... Read More →
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Holly S. Cowart

Southern University


Friday October 23, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

American Radio's 100-Year Journey: Tuning in to Some Interesting Milestones Along the Way (Session Two)
As American radio passes its 100th birthday, the Radio & Audio Media Division is paying homage to our favorite medium with a review of some interesting events and entities that have contributed to radio's rich history. These topics are presented by prominent radio historians and scholars, and they cover a wide spectrum in programming, technology, and regulation. The RAM Division presents this panel as a prelude to a proposed large-scale event related to radio's 100th birthday at the 2021 BEA Convention.

Session Two Introduction
Moderator: Andy Curran, University of Cincinnati

Christian Radio
Kornel Gerstner, Liberty University

Dr. Clarence Morgan, Educational Radio Pioneer
Mary Myers, Regent University

The FCC Chain Broadcasting Hearings
Jim Schiffman, Georgia College & State University

Radio Drama
Leslie McMurtry, University of Salford (Manchester, England)

Session Two Wrap Up
Moderator: Andy Curran, University of Cincinnati





Moderators
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Andy Curran

Professor, University of Cincinnati - Clermont College
I worked for 25 years in broadcast media (1974-1999). I was mainly employed in radio as an air talent, Program Director, & Music Director in a variety of formats, but my specialties were rock, adult contemporary, and CHR. I worked in 3 Top 100 markets (Cincinnati, OH/Birmingham, AL/Mobile... Read More →

Speakers
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Jim Schiffman

Associate Professor, Georgia College & State University
I've been teaching journalism, media history and media analysis at Georgia College since 2012. Before that I was a working journalist for CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Asian Wall Street Journal and UPI.
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Kornel Gerstner

Associate Professor, Liberty University
Passionate about family, life, adventure and God.'Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.'Work Hard. Play Hard. Have Fun. Enjoy Life. Love God.Audio. Sound Design. Creativity. 


Friday October 23, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Pre-recorded

4:00pm EDT

Q&A Session for American Radio's 100-Year Journey: Tuning in to Some Interesting Milestones Along the Way
Join Andy Curan and the panelists from the two American Radio's 100-Year Journey sessions for a live question and answer session.

Moderators
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Andy Curran

Professor, University of Cincinnati - Clermont College
I worked for 25 years in broadcast media (1974-1999). I was mainly employed in radio as an air talent, Program Director, & Music Director in a variety of formats, but my specialties were rock, adult contemporary, and CHR. I worked in 3 Top 100 markets (Cincinnati, OH/Birmingham, AL/Mobile... Read More →

Speakers
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Jim Schiffman

Associate Professor, Georgia College & State University
I've been teaching journalism, media history and media analysis at Georgia College since 2012. Before that I was a working journalist for CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Asian Wall Street Journal and UPI.
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Anne F MacLennan

Associate Professor, York University
Talk to me about the Journal of Radio & Audio Media
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Ian Punnett

Kansas State University
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Stephen Perry

Interim Dean & Professor, Regent University
I'm the chair of the publication committee. So talk to me about our journals.  We're seeking the next editor for JRAM.
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Mike Adams

Emeritus Professor, San Jose State University
Author of books on radio, radio juvenile fiction, Bio of Lee de Forest, Emmy nomination, PBS Radio Collector, California Historical Radio Society, ex-DJ, ex-department chair, radio TV Film, ex-associate dean. wrote the book on Columbus radio
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Donna Halper

Assoc. Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Lesley University
I am a professor of media studies, and a long-time media historian, with expertise in the history of broadcasting, as well as media representations of "the other." My special focus is on women and minorities; I also research how radio and TV have addressed contentious social issues... Read More →
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Kornel Gerstner

Associate Professor, Liberty University
Passionate about family, life, adventure and God.'Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.'Work Hard. Play Hard. Have Fun. Enjoy Life. Love God.Audio. Sound Design. Creativity. 


Friday October 23, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Live

4:00pm EDT

Service Learning Showcase
"Service-learning is an approach to teaching and learning in which students use academic knowledge and skills to address genuine community needs." https://nylc.org/service-learning/ This annual panel series will resemble the ""Showcase"" style variety of service learning project samples from active faculty and participants that engage their students through community awareness, preservation, and heartfelt endeavors."
Moderator: Denise Belafonte-Young , Palm Beach Gardens HS Magnet Vocational Program
Panelists:
Chandra Clark, University of Alabama
Tracy Songer, Northern Kentucky University
Erik Johnson, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Danielle Deavours, University of Montevallo

Moderators
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Denise Belafonte-Young

Palm Beach Gardens HS Magnet Vocational Program

Speakers
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Chandra Clark

Broadcast News Professor, University of Alabama
After teaching at Samford University and the University of Montevallo, I found my way back home to the Capstone. The transition from professional producer/pr practitioner includes helping the public and educators understand the role of broadcast journalism in our society and teaching... Read More →
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Tracy Songer

Assistant Professor, Northern Kentucky University
Prior to joining the faculty at NKU, Tracy worked for over twenty years in the production industry.  She served as executive producer for Upstream 360 and worked as a freelance producer in commercial production.  She also was the senior producer for many HGTV and DIY shows including... Read More →
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Danielle Deavours

Instructor, Multimedia Journalism, University of Montevallo
Danielle Deavours is an instructor of multimedia journalism at the University of Montevallo and a PhD candidate at the University of Alabama. Working as an Emmy and Murrow award winning broadcast journalist for over a decade, Danielle now specializes in media sociology. Her specialty... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Live
 
Saturday, October 24
 

11:00am EDT

Teaching Multi-camera Production in a Mask
This fall, we will be teaching again, in some version of remote, web-assisted, hybrid or online. How can one teach multi-camera production in such situations? This panel will discuss how several programs tackle this challenge and give attendees the opportunity to describe their approaches as well.

Moderators
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Mr. Robert D Gordon, Jr.

Associate Professor, Middle Tennessee State University
BFA, Broadcasting/Film, University of Cincinnati. MBA, Marketing, University of Cincinnati. Producer/Director of broadcast news, public affairs and sports. Producer of concerts, award shows, comedy specials for Cinemax, PBS, Time Life, TNN, CMT, RCA Records, Family Channel, GMC, Gaylord... Read More →

Speakers
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Nicole Clarity

Assistant Professor, Hofstra University
Emmy Award-winning producer using my 20+ years of news writing and producing experience to educate and train the next generation of media professionals.  I teach mainly broadcast and digital journalism courses and am currently supervising our student election coverage, consisting... Read More →


Saturday October 24, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Live

11:00am EDT

Service Learning and Community Engagement Spotlight Panel: “The New Normal”: Service Learning/Community Engaged Teaching in a Pandemic.
This group of experienced service learning professors will share how they are adjusting their courses to provide quality learning experiences during the pandemic. They will provide background about the course and the impact of the pandemic, explain their approach and methods used to teach the course, discuss the new deliverables and share their takeaways for teaching service learning in a pandemic.

Moderator: Candace Egan, California State University, Fresno

Panelists:
Teaching Community Journalism with the Community Foundation; Chandra Clark, University of Alabama

Service Learning in a Pandemic; Adam Kuban, Ball State University

Remote Video Production Projects For Service Learning Partners; Candace Egan, California State University, Fresno


Moderators
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Candace Egan

Associate Professor, California State University - Fresno
Service Learning, documentary and narrative film production, promotional and corporate video.

Speakers
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Chandra Clark

Broadcast News Professor, University of Alabama
After teaching at Samford University and the University of Montevallo, I found my way back home to the Capstone. The transition from professional producer/pr practitioner includes helping the public and educators understand the role of broadcast journalism in our society and teaching... Read More →
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Adam Kuban

Ball State University


Saturday October 24, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Live

12:15pm EDT

Know - Like - Trust: Using Live Streaming to Create Audience Engagement
This model of Know-Like-Trust is a proven community builder for podcasting and can be extended to all other areas of media, such as local news, film, radio, etc. The "Know" is the distribution of the work itself - "Like" is your fabulous content, which leads them to "Trust" you in engaging to interact on your live stream - a proven community builder!

Moderators
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Dr. Jackie Guzda

Western Connecticut State University

Speakers
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Sean Douglas

Founder, The Success Corps
Sean Douglas is a U.S. Air Force Veteran, TEDx Speaker, Master Resilience Implementer & Suicide Awareness Trainer, Business Positioning Strategist, International Radio Show Host of Life Transformation Radio, and Author. He's a suicide survivor who hit rock bottom. He believes that... Read More →
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Chris Krimitsos

Founder and Creative Director, The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary
Chris is the Founder and Creative Director of Podcast Multimedia Expo, an organization that has grown to 1500 members in six years. He knows the in's and out's of the University podcast niche and knows how to leverage it to see your downloads skyrocket. In his home city, he started... Read More →


Saturday October 24, 2020 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Live

12:15pm EDT

Paper Session: Television Newsrooms: Changes on the Horizon?
Moderator: Lisa Pecot-Hebert, University of Southern California

Is it All Just Copy and Paste?; Chloe Mayhew, Regent University

Autoplay, Captions, and Localization: Approaches to Local Television Online News Clip Advertisements; Lakshmi Tirumala, Drake University, Norman Youngblood, Auburn University, & Sandy Henry, Drake University

The Digital Journalist’s Labor Conditions in U.S. Local television Newsrooms; Carey Higgins-Dobney, California State University - Fresno

Moderators
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Lisa Pecot-Hebert, Ph.D.

Associate Professor/Director, Journalism M.S. Program, University of Southern California
Lisa Pecot-Hébert, Ph.D. has been teaching at the college level for 20 years. She teaches a variety of print, broadcast and multimedia undergraduate and graduate courses and serves as the director of graduate journalism at USC Annenberg. Lisa also serves as the advisor for the USC... Read More →

Speakers
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Sandy Henry

Drake University
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Ed Youngblood

Professor, Auburn University
I'm a professor of Media Studies at Auburn University. My current research looks at media accessibility, with a focus on online media, including websites and video captions, though I'm hoping to begin doing some media technology history research in the next year or two. From a teaching... Read More →
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Chloe Mayhew

Regent University
Ph.D. candidate at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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Lakshmi N. Tirumala

Drake University
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Carey Higgins-Dobney

Assistant Professor, California State University - Fresno
I worked for 20 years in location tv production (mainly news) prior to becoming a full-time academic. I have a PhD in Urban Studies (just to be different, you know!) and study corporate ownership, labor practices, and FCC regulation impacts on newsroom workers and the information... Read More →


Saturday October 24, 2020 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Live

1:30pm EDT

BEA's Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives - Discussion and Q&A
As a part of BEA’s 2020 commitment to racial justice, diversity, and inclusivity, we hired the University of Alabama's George Daniels as our Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Fellow to work alongside our D& Committee Chair Jennifer Meadows, Cal State Chico, and BEA Staff to develop association wide programs and support the commitment we made to build relationships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic-Serving Institutions.

Speakers
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George Daniels

Associate Professor, University of Alabama
In October 2020, I began serving as the Broadcast Education Association's Faculty Fellow for Diversity and Inclusion.  I teach graduate and undergraduate students in electronic news reporting, mass media diversity and community-engaged learning courses.  I worked in local television... Read More →
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Jennifer Meadows

California State University, Chico


Saturday October 24, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Live

1:30pm EDT

Classroom Creativity During Corona: Strategies for the Visual & Performing Arts
The panelists, all faculty members in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts at Clayton State University, will discuss strategies and best practices learned from their experience moving creative, project-based classes online during the corana virus pandemic. Pulling from a wealth of experience in the fields of Theatre, Music, Film, and Communication, the panelists will speak to strategies that can apply to a wide range of pedagogical application. The panelists will also share about how inter-Departmental collaboration supported faulty efforts to best serve a diverse student population that experience unique challenges with learning online, and how we apportioned limited classroom and lab space to comply with social distancing guidelines.

Moderators
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Jason Lee Guthrie

Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Clayton State University
Jason is a media historian whose work explores the intersections of economics and creativity.

Speakers
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Shontelle Thrash

Director of Theatre/Professor of Theatre and Communication, Clayton State University
Shontelle Thrash has over 25 years of experience in professional theatre. She is also the Director of Theatre and professor of theatre and communication at Clayton State University. As an actress, her work has taken her from New York to Shanghai, China. In the Atlanta community, she... Read More →
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Shandra McDonald

Associate Film Professor, Clayton State University
SHANDRA L. MCDONALD is an award-winning screenwriter, director, and producer with more than 20 years’ experience in the television and film industry. She has received awards from the Director's Guild of America, Atlanta Film Festival, IFP Film Festival, American Black Film Festival... Read More →
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Annalisa Chang

Director of Music Education, Clayton State University
Annalisa C. Chang is Assistant Professor and Director of Music Education at Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia. She received her Ph.D. in Music Education from Florida State University. She also holds degrees in Music Education (M.M. and B.M.) from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she was a North Carolina Teaching Fellow.At Clayton State, Dr. Chang teaches... Read More →


Saturday October 24, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Live

1:30pm EDT

The Basics and Beyond: Adobe Creative Cloud
The Adobe Creative Suite is one of the leading application packages for creating multimedia content across a mix of broadcast and mobile device software tools.
In this workshop, attendees will learn essential techniques associated with color grading, mobile media production, video animation and various time-saving tactics. Regardless of your experience level, you will walk away with a strong foundation and techniques to take your production and instruction to the next level.
Instructor Herbert Jay Dunmore, Adobe Education Leader/CTT+, teaches critical concepts and strategies in a clear and lucid style that facilitates

Moderators
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Herbert Dunmore

Greycomm Studios, Loyola University Maryland
Herbert “Jay” Dunmore is an educator, mentor and entrepreneur of multimedia production. He is a graduate of Morgan State University and is an Instructor of Communication at Loyola University Maryland. He is an Adobe Education Leader and Certified Technical Trainer. Jay’s passion... Read More →

Saturday October 24, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

The BEA Festival of Media Arts: Everything you wanted to know about entering, but were afraid to ask
Join the leaders of the various Festival competitions as they answer your questions, and share their tips and tricks for entering the Festival. We will also discuss strategies for including your Festival work in tenure and promotion materials.
Moderator: Sandy Henry, Drake University
Panelists: Kyle Miller, University of South Dakota
Jeffrey Schiffman, York College of Pennsylvania
Adam Kuban, Ball State University
Ginger Blackstone, Harding University
Danielle Deavours, University of Montevallo
Suzy Smith, Ball State University
Tom Hallaq, Kansas State University

Moderators
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Sandy Henry

Drake University

Saturday October 24, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

Paper Session: Community, Credibility & Clicks
Moderator: Lisa Pecot-Hebert, University of Southern California

COVID-19 Internet Responses from the State Broadcast Associations: Community, Industry, and Extent of Spread; Joseph Blaney & Stephen Hunt, Illinois State University

Nonverbal Neutrality and Credibility in News: A Survey of Professional Journalists;  Danielle Deavours, University of Montevallo

Clicking Through the Tweet: A News Values Analysis of Twitter’s Impact; Heidi Makady, University of Florida & William R. Davie, The University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Moderators
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Lisa Pecot-Hebert, Ph.D.

Associate Professor/Director, Journalism M.S. Program, University of Southern California
Lisa Pecot-Hébert, Ph.D. has been teaching at the college level for 20 years. She teaches a variety of print, broadcast and multimedia undergraduate and graduate courses and serves as the director of graduate journalism at USC Annenberg. Lisa also serves as the advisor for the USC... Read More →

Speakers
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Joseph Blaney

Professor and Associate Dean, Illinois State University
Radio/Audio MediaSports CommunicationImage Restoration
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Danielle Deavours

Instructor, Multimedia Journalism, University of Montevallo
Danielle Deavours is an instructor of multimedia journalism at the University of Montevallo and a PhD candidate at the University of Alabama. Working as an Emmy and Murrow award winning broadcast journalist for over a decade, Danielle now specializes in media sociology. Her specialty... Read More →
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Heidi Makady

University of Florida
Understanding Audiences, Diverse Audience Reach Strategies, News Metrics’ Development, The Social Power of Algorithms in Journalism & Public Life, Human-Machine Communication, Technology & Policy.
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William R. Davie

University of Louisiana at Lafayette


Saturday October 24, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Live

2:45pm EDT

Backpack Video Production
Real-world production techniques are at the core of Backpack Video Production, an upper-level course designed by Herbert Jay Dunmore, Instructor of Digital Media at Loyola University Maryland.
This session will explore proven techniques and strategies associated with building student confidence through real-world production experiences. Students learn to use their smartphones, cameras, and other digital devices to create visually rich multimedia content. The presentation will include discussion topics such as cultivating student creativity, cloud-based collaboration and developing students' creative skill sets during each media production stage.
This session is relevant to all media instructors, as many of the topics covered apply to virtual learning and student production success.

Moderators
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Herbert Dunmore

Greycomm Studios, Loyola University Maryland
Herbert “Jay” Dunmore is an educator, mentor and entrepreneur of multimedia production. He is a graduate of Morgan State University and is an Instructor of Communication at Loyola University Maryland. He is an Adobe Education Leader and Certified Technical Trainer. Jay’s passion... Read More →

Saturday October 24, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT
Live

4:00pm EDT

On-Location Creative Competition & Paper Winners - Awards Ceremony
Congratulations to the finalists of the On-Location Creative Competition.  We are pleased to announce that the awards our finalists have won will be presented during this live event.

On-Location paper winners will also be announced and recognized during the session.

On-Location Creative Competition Faculty Finalists
Artist Spotlight — Billie Holiday; Dutch Hoggatt, Harding University

As Theaters Cancel Summer Seasons, Creative Spirit Carries On; Michael Riecke, SUNY – Oswego

Charlotte Mansfield, a Woman Photographer Goes to War; Brian Graves, Florida State University

Covid-19 Health Protocols at Colorado State University; Gregory Luft, Colorado State University

Home Brew Challenge; Joseph Blaney, Illinois State University

Musical Couple Fuels Local Music Scene in Northern Colorado; Steven Weiss, Colorado State University

The Price of Prison: Kelsey Murrow; Thorne Anderson, University of North Texas

The Substitute; Carey Martin; Liberty University

The War for the West; Jackie Guzda, Western Connecticut State University

Training for Freedom: How Ordinary People in an Unusual Time and Unlikely Place Made Extraordinary History; Kathy Conkwright, Richard Campbell, Ringo Jones & Dave Sholle, Miami University & Saint Louis University

On-Location Creative Competition Student Finalists
Car Sales During COVID-19; Brooke Murski, University of Oklahoma

College Radio Station Reacts to Pandemic; Dane Aragon & Roger Arellano, Colorado State University

Ditching Digital; Michael Trevino, Saint Louis University

From Cairo to Brooklyn: The Arab American Experience; Noran Alaa Morsi, The American University in Cairo

Gateway 180; Merris Barber, Michael Treviño & Alijah Roby, Saint Louis University

I Am Not An Inspiration; Isaac Marquardt, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Interviews for News and Documentaries on 360-degree Video; Zul Tinarbuko, Tom Burton & Adonis Durado, Ohio University

I Wish Something Happens and He Goes…; Mohamed Youssef, The American University in Cairo

“Maybe You Should Know” music video; Jack Karson, Ian Ross, Shaemour Young, Ricky Stickel, & Steven Knight, Westminster College

Newswave 4.24.20; Kailey Lopez, Allison Carr, Mariel Clark, Devan Karp & Sam McWhorter, Trinity University

OU Nightly (Online Edition 4-9-20); Morgan Owens & Curt Watson, University of Oklahoma

Protest Brings Suburb Violence; Shannon Ehrhardt, University of Oklahoma

Rod’s Barber Shop Reopens; Will Blessing, University of Oklahoma

Soul Kitchen Dance: Conscious Dancing Craze Hits Northern Colorado; Baylee Bedard & Clara Scholtz, Colorado State University

The Palliative Pod, Episode 1: An Invitation; Andrew Dwiggins, Saint Louis University
The Reminders Live at Mishawaka; RAMProductions Multicam Live Production Team, Colorado State University

Up With The Birds (Music Video); Alex Bakken, Saint Louis University

Visual Letter; Jaskiran Singh, Saint Louis University


Saturday October 24, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Live
 
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