In honor of September being Hispanic Heritage Month, assistant BECA professor at SF State is producing two documentaries about immigrants in collaboration with the San Francisco Giants.
“The Giants are trying to show their audience how inviting they are; that sports are a great way
Four Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts majors from SF State were chosen as finalists for the competitive and nationwide Television Foundation’s Internship Program offered by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The competitive program offers a variety of different categories for students to apply
Paramount Pictures recently named an SF State alumnus their new president of Worldwide Television Licensing.
Dan Cohen, SF State broadcast and electronic communication arts graduate, will be leading Paramount’s television licensing teams and looking after the distribution of Paramount films, TV shows and other platforms
SF State alumni and cinema major Adam Gold, 25, had the opportunity to screen a film made during his time in
college at the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival in Phoenix this weekend.
The short film, “The Night Shift,” starring SF State Alumni Hunter Ridenour
ABC 7 KGO donated its studio news set to SF State’s broadcast and electronic communication arts department, where the set will replace the four-year-old set in BECA’s Studio One. The set will also be used for the department’s student-run newscast “State of Events” which is
In Studio 1 of the Creative Arts Building at SF State, a group of 40 students run around working like efficient ants.
Some are practicing lines from a manuscript, some are dragging stage linoleum, others are adjusting lights and three of them discuss whether the table with the awards
Indigo Children Frequencies radio show, part of the broadcast and electronic communication arts department at SF State, allows students to create their own radio show without any limitations.
Their objective "is to provide you the sounds and frequencies you have never treaded waters to; to escape
The walls of the KSFS radio station at SF State are covered with graffiti, a long-standing tradition carried on by students looking to make their mark. A large sign showcasing their slogan, “Embrace the chaos,” is tacked onto the wall.
It is a sentiment that Jeff Jacoby, advisor and
On the fourth floor of Burk Hall, 18 apparel design students meticulously cut, stitched and sewed together clothing in preparation for the runway show where their pieces will come to life one last time before graduation day.
The anticipated moment will take place at the Runway 2015:
An Oscars-esque awards show is making its way down the red carpet this week in the style of BECAfest 2014. The only difference: the audience will be cheering for fellow SF State students.
BECAfest emulates Hollywood’s awards shows in its annual showcase of broadcast department students
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="960"] Michael Jordan Payton is the general manager of KSFS at SF State. His YouTube video got 20,000 views in one week and he recently signed a deal with Foundation Media to distrubute his song on iTunes and Pandora. Photo by Benjamin
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Kellen Balla (left), James Baumann and Brian Favorite joke with Kayla Pearson at a reception held before the debut of videos they produced in Tanzania for Electronic Media and Social Justice II class, at Studio One, in the Creative Arts building,