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Tcom students, Rewa Hage and her group won 48 Hour Film Festival

The 48 Hour Film Festival is a competition that is all over the
Country. The point of the competition is to make a film in 48 hours and
it competes against fellow filmmakers. All the winners of the selected
cities get their movies shown at Filmapalooza in Miami, Florida for a
chance to win the grand prize.  This competition is fun and great
practice for all filmmakers. You can find about the Festival on these websites ( , )

Rewa Hage and her film was a mockumentary about a croquet competition to
win a scholarship to Balls State and the two men who are on two
different sides of the social ladder trying to win it. The film was
written filmed and edited in 48 hours. The rules of the 48 Hour Film
Festival was that you had to randomly pick a genre and the judges would
pick everyone a prop, line and challenge that needed to be incorporated
into the film.  Our genre was mockumentary, our line was “I want to try”
the prop was flowers and the challenge was a character who was a
waiter/waitress named either Jill or Jack Hildebrand.

Their Film In It To Wicket can be viewed here:

Veronica Pinciotti, General Manager of Local Stations, Buckeye Cable System in Toledo, will speak to the TCOM4630 Telecommunications Programming class next Tuesday 11/2 at 9:30 a.m.

Veronica Pinciotti, General Manager of Local Stations,
Buckeye Cable System in Toledo, will speak to the TCOM4630 Telecommunications Programming class next Tuesday 11/2 at 9:30 a.m.  The class is in WH018.  If you are interested in a career in local cable, an internship in BCSN or WT05, you should attend this session.

2010 Fall TCOM development fund announcement

This fund is made available to qualified Telecommunication majors to aid them with their professional development activities and facilitate sharing of knowledge gained from these activities. An applicant can request up to $400 and thus the number of total recipients may vary depending on the amount awarded to individual students.

Use the link below to view the development fund information.

Dr. Gi Woong Yun to serve on editorial advisory board for the Asian Journal of Communication

Dr. Gi Woong Yun has been asked to serve on the editorial advisory board for the Asian Journal of Communication. Launched in 1990, AJC is jointly run by the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC). It is published by Taylor & Francis, which handles its production and marketing.

is a refereed international publication that provides a venue for high-quality communication scholarship. It focuses on the systems and processes of communication in the Asia-Pacific region and Asian communities around the world. AJC brings to its readers the latest, broadest and most important findings in Asian communication research. It follows a rigorous procedure of double-blind peer review to maintain its high standard of scholarship. The journal has been listed in the Thomson Reuters Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) since 2008.  It is the only communication journal from Asia that has been included in the index.

Kodak’s latest “Higher Definition” presentation – Oct 4th. 105 Hanna Hall from 10:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m

Mr. Jose Cardenas, lecturer of the TCOM department who is on leave this year, organized this one-day presentation on October 4 Monday in conjunction with the BG Reel Productions and the TCOM Student Association, will start off at the Gish, 105 Hanna Hall from 10:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. with discussions on current trends as well as look into the future of high definition visual acquisition.

Cost factors, speed, reliability, and quality will be addressed looking into Kodak’s latest “Higher Definition” stock.

With technology changing at an exponential rate – what is a good equipment investment?

There will be a hands-on portion In the afternoon, this is scheduled at South Hall’s Film Studio on 4th floor (weather permitting we may do this outside). The day will conclude at 018 West Hall with the total post work-flow in High Definition. Areas discussed will include equipment investment, time, lab, total cost factors and final product delivery not only domestic, but international requirements as well.

There will also be a variety of “give-aways” throughout the day with opportunities to network and ask questions regarding production work flow

The guests will be: Scott Stevens from Kodak and Bill Pivetta from First Avenue Films Inc.

For more information, contact Brad Wocnicki  at or Mr. Cardenas at

Cooper-Smith Advertising Agency Guest Lecture – Oct. 7th, 2:30-3:45 PM

Cooper-Smith Advertising Agency Guest Lecture

Time: Oct. 7th, 2:30-3:45 PM
Place: BA 1000
Details: Jim Copper, the President of Cooper-Smith Agency in Toledo, will visit TCOM 4670 Advertising Principles and Practices to talk to the students. He will be accompanied by his three colleagues from the agency, two of whom are recent BGSU graduates (08 and 09 each). Cooper-Smith agency is a highly successful full service advertising agency located in Toledo and serving both national and local advertisers. The guest lecture is open to everyone.

Contact Dr. Park if you have questions.

TV Instructor Opening 2010-2011 Department of Telecommunications

TV Instructor Opening 2010-2011

Department of Telecommunications

Bowling Green State University

The Department of Telecommunications, School of Media and Communication, Bowling Green State University, is inviting applications for a one-year full-time instructor position in television/video production for 2010-2011 academic year.  This position is not renewable.   The course load is four courses per semester.  The position will be required to teach Video I:  Fundamentals of Video Production, Video II  Field Production and Editing Fundamentals,  and Introductory course in Mass Media.   In addition to teaching courses, the instructor will advise a student media organization called BG Reel Productions and may help in student academic and career advising.  Professional experience in television production and a master’s degree are preferred for this position.   Candidates with over 15 years of television production experience with a bachelor’s degree may also be considered.  The individual will receive full benefits as a full-time employee of the university.

Send your current curriculum vita with three original letters of references (including at least one from the candidate’s current employer),  and OFFICIAL transcript(s) showing the highest degree earned and any subsequent coursework to the TV Instructor Search Committee, Department of Telecommunications, Bowling Green State University, West Hall 302, Bowling Green, Ohio 43403.  Application materials must be postmarked by June 7, 2010.

For more information about the Department of Telecommunications, please visit the website at

BGSU is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer which encourages application from minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.

BGSU Centennial Alumni Award Recipient Dr. David Kenndy’s lecture

BGSU Centennial Alumni Award Recipient Dr. David Kennedy’s lecture.

Radio, Televison and Convergence, Brought to You by the Web

Presenter: Dave Kennedy, CEO of Flycast Inc.

April 23, 2010
Length: 51:00

Link to the lecture:

Lin to the power point presentation: Dave.Kennedy.BGSU Presentation 0410