MHTV Claims 15th
straight "College Television Station of the Year" at the 2016 Michigan
Association of Broadcasters Competition!
from Central Michigan University's School of Broadcast and Cinematic
Arts are putting their stamp on the world of broadcasting and earning
top industry honors.
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters
presents the College Television Station of the Year award based on
technical quality, presentation and content of entry submission. CMU's
MHTV and its student-produced nightly newscast News Central
34 have now been recognized with this award for 15 consecutive years.
BCA CAREER FAIR
In order to connect employers
from all media areas with potential employees and interns, and to assist
stations in meeting current EEO requirements, the School of Broadcast &
Cinematic Arts at Central Michigan University will be hosting its annual BCA
Career Fair on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
This comprehensive event attracts students and young professionals eager
to meet with you as they continue their career preparation. The Fair facilitates valuable career advice,
resume/demo reviews, internships, and job prospecting. For stations, participation may provide EEO
credits. Take advantage of this opportunity
to connect with professionals-in-training by registering to participate in this
registration is Friday, March 10, 2017.
It is very important that the form be returned as soon as possible in
order to obtain appropriate exhibit space and equipment.
DATE & LOCATION
Saturday, March 25, 2017 from
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Powers Hall Ballroom, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI
There is no cost to register or
attend. Your free registration includes
the following amenities: Continental Breakfast, Box lunch for all exhibitors,
One table with four chairs (two on each side), and one table-top sign with your
call letters/company name displayed, free parking.
ATTENTION STATIONS – POSSIBLE EEO CREDITS
This program may enable you to
claim a “menu option” outreach initiatives credit under the FCC’s EEO
regulations. Specifically, one station
representative in attendance must have hiring responsibilities at all of the
stations represented. You should consult
with your communications counsel to be sure.