The Joe Wade Formicola Broadcasting Scholarship was founded by the Formicola family following the sudden passing of Detroit radio personality and Country Radio Hall of Fame inductee, Joe Formicola. The purpose of this scholarship is to allow aspiring broadcasters to further their education. Here is a statement from the Formicola family about the scholarship.
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Watch our panel of graduates from our May 2018 Open House as they discuss their careers and experiences from before, during, and after their time at the Specs Howard School of Media Arts! If you're interested in learning more about our Broadcast Media Arts, Digital Media Arts, or Graphic Design programs, fill out one of the forms on this page or visit us at specshoward.edu.
Founder, Specs Howard, in 1989
Since its inception, Specs Howard has been dedicated to providing hands-on training in the media industries. Take a look at this brief history of the school! Share your favorite Specs Howard memories and pictures using #Specs48years !
You’ve probably heard this before: it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.
One of the first and most intimidating hurdles an aspiring filmmaker will come across is the monetary barrier of entry associated with getting started in the industry. Cameras can be very expensive, and how are you supposed to prove your meddle as a filmmaker without a camera to shoot on? Well, you might be overlooking an incredibly valuable tool that you already possess: your phone!
The ballots have been counted, and we have a winner!
On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed by thirty-nine brave men who changed the course of history. Now Constitution Day is a time for us to celebrate their legacy and nurture good habits of citizenship in all generations of Americans. This year marks the 230th anniversary of the Consitution!
Have you ever wanted to be on the radio? Now could be your chance!
This weekend is your chance to attend a Comic-Con right here in Metro Detroit.