Information has been sent to educational institutions across Michigan and is available on the MAB website about the 2017 Michigan Student Broadcast Awards. If you are a teacher, advisor or professor, please make sure to post the information for your students and help them to participate in this year’s awards program. Students can submit work in several broadcasting categories.
Attention broadcasters: you can help encourage young people to enter the broadcasting industry by calling area high schools and colleges that you have relationships with and encourage the faculty advisor to have students participate. Schools or colleges need not have a specific broadcasting curriculum; it could be a club, English class or a digital media group. They just need to have an audio/video program of some kind that is directed by an advisor who will sign their application forms. You can also help by volunteering to judge these online entries.
Friday, December 16, 2016
Contest Entry Deadline
All entries must be submitted via the online entry system.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Student Broadcast Awards Presentation & Luncheon
Lansing Center, Lansing MI
For questions, please contact Alisha Clack, MAB Foundation Executive Manager of Program and Development: email@example.com or 517.484.7444.
HOMTV (Meridian Township) has been equipping interns with tools for success for 35 years. Dozens go through their internship program every year and hundreds have found successful jobs in the television and communications industry as a result. If you know of anyone who you think would benefit from practical, hands-on experience in television reporting, production, or social media and promotion, HOMTV encourages you to direct them to www.homtv.net for more information and to submit the online application, available here: bit.ly/ApplicationHOMTVIntern.
The application deadline for the Summer 2016 Internship Program has been extended to April 1, 2016. HOMTV notes that the Summer semester is an exciting time with a big election year ahead, both nationally and locally. HOMTV provides intense award-winning election coverage and they would like new interns to be a part of it.
HOMTV will begin reviewing applications and sending out interview invitations on Tuesday, April 5.
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