The Electronic News Division invites faculty and students to submit original research on any aspect of electronic news content or production. This may include many topics related to broadcast journalism or electronic communication with a journalism emphasis, including television, radio or audio (including news podcasting), reporting for the internet, online journalism, journalism for new and changing media, social media journalism, or the role of social media in journalism. Continue reading
The Electronic News Division, in cooperation with the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture at Virginia Commonwealth University, is pleased to sponsor a discussion list for broadcast news professionals, academics and students. The list exists to provide a quick, efficient and inexpensive means of communication among division members and to provide a lively discussion forum for broadcast news issues.
From the email you use for this listserv:
To subscribe, email (with no message): SUBSCRIBE AEJMC-END@lists.vcu.edu your name (Note: Not email; the list gets that from the email you’re sending from)
Nominations are due Feb. 1, 2017, for AEJMC’s Larry Burkum Service Award from the Electronic News Division. This award recognizes an electronic journalist or journalism educator who has demonstrated extraordinary service to journalism and to journalism education.
Nominations are due Feb. 15, 2017, for AEJMC’s Edward L. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education.
The award is presented annually by AEJMC’s Electronic News Division and recognizes an electronic journalism educator who has made significant and lasting contributions to the field. Continue reading