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Organization Overview

The National Broadcasting Society - Alpha Epsilon Rho, is a student and professional society of over eighty-five chapters on college, university, community college and high school campuses. Through the years, NBS-AERho has had as its purpose the goal of encouraging and rewarding scholarship and accomplishment among students of broadcasting, to establish meaningful communication between student and professional broadcasters and to foster integrity in the use of the powerful instruments of radio, television, film, cable and its' many associated businesses and industries. Including Graphic designers, Public Relation Majors, and Business Majors.

Category Media
Keywords Communication, Radio, Television, Film, Broadcasting, Student, Professional, Business, Industry, Marketing, Public Relations
Organization Name

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National Broadcasting Society - Alpha Epsilon Rho

Organization Name Abbreviation or Nickname

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Continuing Organization (RSO Update)

Meeting Day

1st and 3rd Tuesday's of each Month

Meeting Time

8:25 AM

Meeting Location

The Communication Building Room 131

Purpose or Mission Statement of the Organization

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The purpose of the National Broadcasting Society is to enhance the development of college and university students and entry level professionals involved in electronic media by:
1. Promoting excellence.
2. Providing opportunities for ethical and responsible leadership.
3. Providing exposure to the electronic media industries.
4. Assisting in career preparation.
5. Providing opportunities for networking with electronic media professions and social interaction with like-minded students.
6. Providing opportunities for professionals to give back to the future of their industry.
7. Providing opportunities for and encouraging the development of members through advanced media education programs.
8. Providing opportunities for and encouraging the participation of members in community service projects and activities.
As used in this Constitution, the term electronic media is defined as radio and television broadcasting, cable, film, web and Internet technologies, satellite, new media, and other forms of electronic mass communication now existing or that may be developed.

Membership Information

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*Student Membership: Student membership shall be limited to undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled at the institution to which the collegiate chapter has been chartered.
*Alumni/Professional Membership: Alumni/Professional membership shall be granted to those individuals who demonstrate through their industry achievements or expressed interest a clear willingness to participate in and actively promote NBSs aims and projects.

President Name

Jaleesa Diggins

President Email
Campus Advisor Name

Dr. Patricia F. Sanders

Campus Advisor Phone


Campus Advisor Email
Campus Advisor Title

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Assistant Professor, Radio/Television/Film, Communications