On February 29, 2016, media executive, attorney, lecturer, entrepreneur, and author, Jeff Ulin, shared his thoughts about the future of film and television consumption and the current trends influencing the media industry with the members of the Media Management Association.
Supported by the Department of Journalism and Media Management (JMM), the Media Management Association (MMA) will present its first awards ceremony recognizing outstanding undergraduate student works in the media management area at the Annual Student Media Awards on Tuesday, April 26. The submission deadline is Thursday, April 14, 5:00 p.m. Winners will be notified before the event.
Jeff Ulin, a media executive, attorney, lecturer, entrepreneur, and author, will talk about the future of consuming film and television and its challenges to the ecosystem at the next meeting of the Media Management Association (MMA) on Monday, February 29, at 5:30 pm. His presentation will take place in Shoma Hall (CIB 3053). All students and faculty are welcome.
On Feb. 3, 2016, David Añón spoke to members of the Media Management Association to explain how an upcoming Miami-based technology conference could benefit students interested in startups and innovations.
Every year, the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) offers a competitive internship program that allows selected students to attend the conference and develop a greater knowledge of the television buying and distribution processes. Since 2011, the annual NATPE conference has been held in Miami Beach.
In the U.S. competitive television business, Nielsen, more than any other research company, symbolizes and dominates audience measurement. But since the announced acquisition of Rentrak by comScore in September 2015, which still needs approval by government authorities, the Rentrak-comScore combination will seek to challenge Nielsen's supremacy. While Rentrak specializes in moviegoing and television viewing measurement, comScore focuses on online audiences.