Monday, October 29, 2012

Club Corner National Broadcast Society

By JEFF SILER of the Forum

National Broadcasting Society (NBS) is geared toward students looking to go into the field of broadcasting. Broadcasting includes anything from radio, television, journalism and advertising to public relations. NBS is a national organization that has business professionals throughout the United States and the world. They provide students with ample opportunities to connect with professionals in broadcasting. One of the major ways of connecting is through the yearly national convention which has taken students to such places as New York City, Los Angeles and Washington D.C., which will be the destination this spring.
NBS also provides students with a means for submitting any material that they have made for judging by professionals from the different fields of broadcasting. At the most recent national convention a number of Flo Valley students were honored for their achievements in the art of radio production. NBS is a good way to find broadcasting jobs as well. A number of speakers and entertainers have graced the campus of Florissant Valley as a result of all the efforts that NBS has put into making the club informative and fun.
For any student studying broadcasting, there is really no reason why you shouldn’t be in National Broadcasting Society as it is, by far, one of the best ways to get your career underway.

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