The All American High School Film Festival is the premier destination for talented high school filmmakers and media arts enthusiasts from around the world. Their mission is to provide immersive education with a profund impact, connecting filmmakers of the future with rewards, respect and the recognition they deserve.
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University trainsmultimedia journalists across print, broadcast and digital media platforms.As a leader in journalism education, the j-school offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in journalism. Students enter the major as freshmen, learn from veteran professionals in astate-of-the-art media complex and get real-life reporting experience inprofessional immersion programs including a live, 30-minute newscast airingon Arizona PBS.
Channel One Network is the pre-eminent news and public affairs content provider to teens. Broadcasting since 1990, Peabody Award-winning Channel One News, now a division of Alloy Media + Marketing, is the top source of high quality, unbiased news and information for young people. The dynamic 12-minute news broadcast is delivered daily to nearly six million teens in approximately 8,000 middle schools and high schools across the country, providing global and national headlines from a teen perspective with a fast-paced production style, youthful reporters and contemporary music.
CNN is among the world's leaders in online news and information delivery. Staffed 24 hours, seven days a week , CNN relies heavily on its global team of almost 4,000 news professionals. CNN.com features the latest multimedia technologies, from live video streaming to audio packages to searchable archives of news features and background information. CNN’s morning anchor, John Roberts, was the keynote speaker at STN’s 2009 Annual Convention. CNN's journalist and reporter, Kyra Phillips was the keynote speaker at STN's 2016 Annual Convention.
With more than 120 academic programs and nearly 12,500 students, Columbia College Chicago is the largest and most diverse private arts and media college in the nation. Because of our size, we can offer an unparalleled array of courses with exceptional technological resources in the heart of one of America's greatest cities. The college offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Television.
The purpose of Datron World Communications, Inc. is to positively impact the lives of others today and in the future. In support of our purpose we have established the Datron World Communications, Inc. Charitable Fund. We provide for this fund by tithing 10 percent of our quarterly operating profit into the fund. The fund provides grants for local community activities, international activities, as well as assisting ministries throughout the world. We believe that our blessings will come from assisting others through our charitable efforts.
The ESE Networks platform allows schools to share live and archived events online. The viewing experience with ESE Networks is unrivaled. Only the latest technology (HD) is utilized and streamed through the network, allowing for a truly unique experience. The 24/7 live feed includes dynamic advertising, strategically linked to products and sponsors in each program. For more information, call 1-877-457-5826.
Megatrax is the leading independent production music source for exclusive music worldwide. Founded by composers and still run by composers, our music has been featured in thousands of feature films, trailers, TV shows, commercials, promos, presentations, webcasts, podcasts and more. Despite big credits, we stand out from the corporate “big guys” by being independent; our independence allows us to be flexible and creative enough to deliver the freshest, highest quality music coupled with unparalleled, personalized customer service. Featuring a select number of premium catalogs, Megatrax guarantees that you’ll find the perfect track for your every need…or we’ll create it for you through our Aircast custom music division.
RTNDF High School Journalism Project
RTNDF established HSBJ in 2003 with a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The mission was to develop and nurture electronic journalism programs and promote First Amendment education in high schools across the country. In addition to providing small seed gran ts to help build and continue broadcast journalism programs, HSBJ offers support and advice on other fundraising initiatives and establishes partnerships between schools and professional broadcast organizations, creating in many cases productive, long-term relationships. RTNDF is a sponsor of the annual STN Convention and partners with STN to provide contests and training opportunities for teachers and students.
Sony Electronics’ Solutions Development and Integration team can create all-in-one portable solutions that have been pre-designed, configured, and ready to go- but the contents can be customized to fit your needs.
Since 1974, the Student Press Law Center has been the nation's only legal assistance agency devoted exclusively to educating high school and college journalists about the rights and responsibilities embodied in the First Amendment and supporting the student news media in their struggle to cover important issues free from censorship. The Center provides free legal advice and information as well as low-cost educational materials for student journalists on a wide variety of legal topics. SPLC partners with STN to provide legal advice and instruction to both student and teacher affiliates.
The US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE) is a diverse network of Russian and US professionals and entrepreneurs engaged in a meaningful exchange of ideas and best practices that lead to joint action and positive change in the social dimensions of both countries.