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Hong-Sik Yu <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 10 Mar 1998 11:01:11 CDT
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Faculty Position
University of North Texas
Department of Radio, Television and Film
The Department of radio, Televison and Film at the University of
North Texas is seeking candidates for two positions as tenure track
Assistant Professor to begin September 1, 1998, pending final
administrative approval. Responsibilites include: Teaching, research
or creative activities, and service as well as contribution to the
graduate program in area of specialty.
Position 1-- Television Production: An MFA, Ph.D, or ABD in an
appropriate field is required. Candidates should be qualified to
teach single and multi-camara video production. An additinal ability
to teach audio, film production or media writing is highly desirable.
Professional experience and a familiarity with new technologies is
also desirable. Send letter of application, vita, and contact
information for three references, to Melinda Levin, Chair, Television
Production Search Committee, at the address below.
Position 2 -- Media Industry Studies: PhD in hand required at time of
appointment. Candidates should have expertise and teaching interests
in some combination of the following areas: economics of the film and
telecommunications industries (including the Internet), media law and
regulation, programming, advertising, sales/qualitative research
methods. Send letter of application, vita,contact information for
three references and a writing sample to Steve Fore, Chair, Media
Industry Studies Search Committee, at the address below.
The University of North Texas, with an enrollment of 25,000 and a
faculty of more than 800, is located in Denton, a friendly college
town with a population of aboaut 70,000. Also in Denton is Texas
Woman's University with an enrollment of 10,000. Denton is part ofthe
Dallas-Fort Worth "Metroplex," the nations' seventh-largest media
market. The Department of Radio, Television, and Film enrolls 750
undergraduate and graduate students. It has a strong emphasis in film
studies as well as radiom tlevision and film production. The
Department operates KNTU, a 10,000 watt student-staffed, radio
station and North Texas Television (NTTV). a cable outlet.
Applications should be sent to the Department of Radio, Television
and Film, University of North Texas, P.O.BOx, 310589, Denton, Texas,
Screening of applications will begin March 12, 1998 but willcontinue
until the postion is filled. More information about the department
and university is available at
UNT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Oppurunity Employer. Minorities,
women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
More information, plesase contact:
The Department of Radio, Television and Film,
University of North Texas,
P.O.BOx, 310589,
 Denton, Texas 76203.
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