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The Specs Howard School of Media Arts has had a long relationship with the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association (DSBA). This year the DSBA awarded two deserving Specs Howard students with an amazing scholarship.
What is Broadcast Media Arts?
Creating audio and video content and distributing it to the masses via radio, television or the web is broadcasting. Broadcast media arts is everything that goes into those productions. Being the voice or face of a show, running an audio board, directing live television, creating audio/visual effects and graphics, writing scripts, operating a camera and marketing via web and social media are all examples of what brings a broadcasted show together.
Meeting the right people at an event can be tough. You are in a room full of strangers, many who can help your career, and you have no idea how to act or what to say. We have collected our top 10 networking tips on how you can go from awkward introvert to social butterfly at your next event.
We know you all loved our last blog with humorous graphic design memes, we had to do another one! This time we have gathered some that our Digital Media Arts and Broadcast Media Arts students and grads will relate to.
Sounds about right to us.
The Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference (GLBC) is being held March 10-11 in Lansing, MI. The conference features educational and networking events for radio, television, and media professionals in the Midwest. The two days are full of great speakers including Specs Howard’s own Vice President of Education and Emmy award-winning, Steve Julin.
Topics: Broadcast Media Arts
WXYZ Channel 7, the ABC affiliate in Detroit, are expanding their studios into downtown in the Chase Tower.
Broadcast Media Arts Freestyle Friday
Basic Scene Lighting -- Sculpting your scene with light
Friday October 24 | 11am – 1pm | Studio A
"Remember nothing is below you. Do everything you are asked and you will get places. Just take "no" out of your vocabulary." -Cody Trombley
We ask Specs Grad Cody Trombley, Promotions Director for Channel 955 & 100.3 WNIC, to share her path and give some advice on working in the radio industry.
The Clarkston News has been around since 1929, the year the stock market crashed, and they know how to stay around and how to keep with the times. Their recent venture into the online world has proved successful by utilizing their staff and jumping into the digital realm. We caught up with their Marketing Representative and Specs Grad, Andrew Dubats.