CBI Taps Roger Lindley to Keynote NSEMC

Film and video producer to close out annual conference
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HUMMELSTOWN, PA.—The 2017 National Student Electronic Media Convention, an annual event put on by College Broadcasters, Inc., will close out with a keynote address from award-winning film and video producer Roger Lindley.

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Lindley is a 35-year industry veteran who has worked as a director and cinematographer on six feature films and for TV programs “Good Morning America” and “Nightline.” His keynote address, “How to Make Your College Video Productions Look Big Time,” will discuss making quality videos on a tight budget for both TV and radio students, who are doing more work in video.

NSEMC is now in its sixth year, with this year’s event being held in San Antonio from Nov. 2-4.

The complete session schedule, speaker list and additional information is available at askcbi.org/sanantonio.


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