Plenty of additions to the CBI Seattle website this past week:
Plenty of additions to the CBI Seattle website this past week:
KUOW, KPLU, NPR and College Broadcasters, Inc. are seeking student applicants to their first Student Multimedia Project. The week-long opportunity for college and graduate students to learn from professional journalists will be hosted at the CBI National Student Electronic Media Conference in Seattle, Oct. 20-25, 2014. The application deadline is midnight Pacific Daylight Time Monday, Sept. 22, 2014.
A committee of journalists will select up to six students to pair one-to-one with public media journalists and college multimedia instructors from around the country. Three students will be selected from the Seattle/Tacoma area.
“At KUOW we are excited about this project because including more voices and a greater breadth of storytelling in public media ensures our resonance and relevance with audiences into the future,” said KUOW General Manager Caryn Mathes, “I applaud this project that seeds our craft with the next generation.”
The Student Multimedia Project will emphasize multimedia storytelling focused on character development. Students who are selected for the project will each find a person to focus on for their story—someone doing something interesting who is willing and available to be interviewed. Students will produce a radio story about the person and then tell their story differently for the web.
“NPR and its member stations support the Project because it allows us to discover and groom a diverse pool of young talent,” said NPR Consultant and Project Manager Doug Mitchell. “The Project gives public media professionals a chance to see if students have what it takes to do the work and lets our industry build a pipeline of new professionals who understand our way of storytelling.” Mitchell thanked KUOW as well as NPR member stations KPLU Seattle/Tacoma, Michigan Public Radio and Milwaukee Public Radio for dedicating staff as mentors in this project.
Mentors for the project are Amara Aguilar of the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism; Ruby de Luna of KUOW Seattle; LaToya Dennis of Milwaukee Public Radio; Sarah Hulett of Michigan Radio; Kyle Stokes of KPLU Seattle-Tacoma and Traci Tong of “The World” from PRI, BBC and WGBH Boston.
This is the sixth student media collaboration of Next Generation Radio and CBI/College Media. Previous projects were at conferences in Dallas, Nashville, St. Louis and Kansas City.
The mission of KUOW is to create and serve an informed public, one challenged and invigorated by an understanding and appreciation of events, ideas and cultures.
Interested in coming to Seattle a little early for a workshop with experts on FCC and Adobe video suite? Check out our Pre-Convention Workshops on the Seattle convention page!
These workshops feature expert speakers and the latest information, with a small group size so your questions will be answered. Don’t miss this chance to learn from the pros.
The final submission deadline is Friday, Aug. 8.
For more information, contact the CBI Executive Director.
Registration for the third annual College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) National Student Electronic Media Convention is now open. CBI, along with more than 400 students, advisers/managers and electronic media professionals, will be in beautiful Seattle Oct. 23-25 for three days packed with high quality educational sessions.
If this is the first you are hearing about this event, that means that you are not subscribed to any of the CBI email lists. These invaluable email lists allow you watch topics, be informed of changes in the laws and regulations that impact your organization and ask questions of your peers. For more information about the email lists, visit our listserv page.
Questions? Contact CBI.
CBI, as a member driven and funded organization, depends highly on you to contribute your shared knowledge and resources. In fact, the sharing of knowledge is an essential reason why CBI exists. If you have expertise in some matter, whether it be events, promotions, news, careers, sports, engineering, careers, WordPress, social media, convergence, and more. Whatever you think others would benefit from in a session, we encourage you to submit a session proposal. Not every proposal received is accepted as CBI wants to continue its great session approval rating.
If you do not feel qualified, perhaps you know people who are. Contact them and ask them if they have an hour to speak at the convention. Or if you feel you are somewhat qualified, but would like to have others to rely upon to fill your knowledge gap, CBI can help.
If you know professionals in the local Seattle market, contact them.
CBI wants to see the most proposals possible so we can continue to select the best possible sessions for you.
Questions? Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ready to submit a proposal (even a partial one)? Visit http://askcbi.org/seattle/sessions-and-speakerssession-proposals/.
College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) is now accepting nominations for Secretary and Development Director, each with a 3-year term beginning December 1, 2014, as well as one Student Director position with a 1-year term beginning also on December 1, 2014 (candidates must be from a member media outlet).
To be considered, nominations must be received by Ed Arke (email@example.com), Election Commissioner, by June 15th (self-nominations are accepted). The election of new Board positions will be held this fall and the results will be announced at the CBI annual conference in Seattle (October 23-25).
To send nominations by mail, please address them to:
Dr. Edward T. Arke
c/o Messiah College
One College Ave. Suite 3038
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
For more information related to the qualifications and duties, please visit the bylaws page.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 9, 2013
Contact: Will Robedee, Executive Director, College Broadcasters, Inc., 855-ASK4CBI
Greg Weston, President, College Broadcasters, Inc., 412-648-7990
2013 CBI NATIONAL STUDENT ELECTRONIC MEDIA CONVENTION DATES AND LOCATION ANNOUNCED
College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) is proud to announce that the 2nd annual National Student Electronic Media Convention (NSEMC) will be held at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio Oct. 31 -Nov. 2, 2013. The NSEMC is America’s only convention dedicated exclusively to the interests of student TV/video outlets, radio stations and webcasters.
The convention will feature three days of interactive sessions led by broadcast professionals and student media advisers, capped off with the presentation of the National Student Production Awards at a special ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 2. Sessions will focus on radio, video, and new media, with ample opportunities for students and advisers to network with each other and benchmark their operations.
CBI has extensive experience programming conventions and workshops. The inaugural National Student Electronic Media Convention — held in Atlanta in October 2012 — was a great success, with over 95% of its 300 attendees saying they would recommend it to others. Prior to the creation of the NSEMC, CBI organized student radio, TV and webcasting sessions for the National College Media Convention.
“We are very excited to hold our 2013 convention at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio,” says CBI President Greg Weston. “San Antonio is one of the country’s fastest-growing media markets, and the venue is perfect for an event of our size. It’s the ideal location for us to build on our accomplishments in Atlanta.”
Additional information on the National Student Electronic Media Convention can be found at https://www.askcbi.org/sanantonio.
College Broadcasters Inc. represents students involved in radio, television, webcasting and other related media ventures; ensures a commitment to education and the student pursuit of excellence through active involvement in electronic media; promotes cooperative efforts between the association and other national, regional, and state media organizations; facilitates the discussion of issues related to student-operated electronic media; and other community oriented programs. CBI currently represents electronic student media outlets from across the nation.
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!