CBI and Spacial are proud to partner on a special contest for CBI members. Enter here for a chance to win a radio software and streaming package that includes one SAM Broadcaster license, one SAM Cast license, free streaming for one year, a mobile app, and more! Entries must be made by 11:59 pm (E.S.T.), on October 27, 2011. It takes just a minute to fill out the online entry form found at http://spacial.com/cbicontest/index.html. Good luck!
What does the future hold for today’s graduates as broadcasting converts itself to a multiplatform content distribution system formerly known as radio and TV? How is digital media transforming all businesses and career paths? Is simply putting your programming on the web enough? How should students, advisers, and professors adapt to this transformation? Can traditional broadcasting stay relevant in a digital world? At the CBI conference at the National College Media Convention, join Skip Pizzi, Director of Digital Strategies at the National Association of Broadcasters, who will discuss how this transition will ultimately mean more and better service for consumers, and greater opportunities for fun and fascinating careers in the broadcast industry and beyond. Skip has a unique gift for making cutting-edge technology easy to understand and inspiring audiences to embrace the future. Do not miss what promises to be one of the most talked-about sessions of the convention.
Friday, 1:30 p.m. in the Fantail Room, 2nd floor of the Renaissance SeaWorld Hotel.
Who is Skip Pizzi? Check out his incredible career here
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 14, 2011
CBI announces national student production awards
College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) announces the addition of four new categories to its annual national student production awards competition. To better reflect the converging nature of student media operations, CBI now offers best podcast and best vodcast awards for audio and video programming intended for an online audience. Best community involvement and best station imaging are new combined categories open to both radio and television stations.
CBI offers awards in 24 categories, including best newscast, station promo and public service announcement. Entries are to be original work produced by students for a campus media outlet or college credit course. Submission is free for member stations and $50 per entry for non-members. All entries must be submitted via askcbi.org by 11:59 p.m. on May 13, 2011.
More than 400 entries were received for the 2010 CBI national student production awards, with 48 stations or classes represented among the finalists. The 2011 finalists will be announced in August, with winners honored at the National College Media Convention October 26-30 in Orlando, at the Renaissance Hotel, SeaWorld.
CBI is a national organization representing students involved in radio, television, webcasting and other related media ventures. For a list of all category descriptions and contest rules click here!
MEDIA CONTACT: Warren Kozireski, awards coordinator
PHONE: (585) 395-5626