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November 1995, Week 2


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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Yang Gao <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 13 Nov 1995 13:15:53 CDT
TCF Dept./University of Alabama
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                International Radio & Television Society Foundation
                               Faculty/industry Seminar
                            Feb. 7-11, 1996       New York
Case Theme----"Sex, Violence, and Values: Walking the Tightrope in
America's Media"
This year's program will be housed in the New York Marriott East Side
at Lexington and 49th. The Seminar runs from Wed. ecening, Feb. 7,
through Sunday morning, Feb. 11. The IRTS Foundation underwrites your
room and most meals, with professors responsible for transportation
to and from new york, aswell as incidentals.
Funds raised by the IRTS Foundation are used to underwrite our
expenses, making it possible for us to charge a nominal registration
fee of $150.00 for s conference package valued at more than $1,000
per participant.
Deadline for receipt of application is Monday, Nov. 27, 1995.
Acceptances will be mailed by Dec. 18, 1995.
Faculty participants will be identified in this published case,
giving distinction to you and your school for forging a unique
collaboration between campus and industry. The winning faculty team
will receive the S. H. C. Award for excellence in Communication
Education--a $1,000 stipend to be divided among teammates.
For  application form and more information:
Joyce M. Tudrym, Exec. Director
IRTS Foundation
420 Lexington Ave. Rm. 1714
NY, NY 10170-0101
Tel:  212-867-6650
Fax:  212-867-6653
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