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"Educating Tomorrow's Electronic Media Professionals;" a faculty organization offering scholarships, video contests, and other opportunities for students.
Founded in 1947, The North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) is widely recognized as one of the top associations for broadcasters in the nation in terms of legislative victories, education, services, benefits and legal assistance. Interested in a career in the broadcast industry? Here are three ways NCAB can help: North Carolina Job Bank, Resume Service, and the National Job Bank.
The National Broadcasting Society goes beyond the classroom to prepare college students and entry-level professionals for careers in the electronic media.
Last March, a merger between NBS and the International Radio and Television Society resulted in the organization becoming IRTS/AERho.
The mission of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is to promote creativity, diversity, innovation and excellence through recognition, education and leadership in the advancement of the telecommunications arts and sciences.
Broadcasting & Cable is the definitive news source on every aspect of the television industry: programming, finance, technology, regulatory and media trends.
Radio's Premier Management & Marketing Magazine
Founded in 1951, IAWRT is a forum for personal contact and professional development among women broadcasters worldwide. They are a non-governmental organization with consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UNESCO).
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