[Air-L] Media Studies & Production position at Temple U.

Matthew Lombard lombard at temple.edu
Thu Nov 5 12:19:40 PST 2009

Position Announcement

Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media
Temple University

Non Tenure Track position in Media Studies & Production

The department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media (BTMM) at 
Temple University invites applications for a 1 year non-tenure track position to begin 
in fall 2010. The ideal candidate for this position will be able teach one or more of 
the department´s large skill related lecture courses (Introduction to Media 
Technology, The Future of Your TV, or Principles of Writing for the Media), and will 
be experienced in media writing, and media platforms such as broadcast, online, or 
corporate media.  In addition, depending on their qualifications, the NTT would be 
able to teach courses in the department´s production curriculum including television 
production, editing, and/or web design. The person hired will also work with other 
faculty on curriculum and technology planning.

The department has approximately 700 majors who study audio, video and 
electronic media production; management of media institutions; and social and 
psychological functions, processes and effects of media. It offers a master's degree 
and contributes to an inter-departmental doctoral program in Mass Media and 
Communication. BTMM is one of six departments in a large, diverse and dynamic 
School of Communications and Theater. 

Temple University is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the fourth largest media 
and telecommunications market in the nation. The University community at large 
includes more than 35,000 students in the region and at several international 
campuses; the School of Communications and Theater includes 3,900 
undergraduate and graduate students. 

For more information about the department, school, and Temple University, please 
visit http://www.temple.edu/btmm. 

To apply, please mail a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of 
reference by December 4, 2009 to: 

Matthew Lombard
Chair, Search Committee
Department of Broadcasting, 
Telecommunications and Mass Media
Temple University
205 Annenberg Hall
2020 North 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122 

Temple University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator 
where diversity is an essential source of vitality and strength. The University is 
committed to nondiscrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, marital 
status, sexual orientation, religion, age and disability.
Matthew Lombard, Ph.D.
Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(215) 204-7182 
lombard at temple.edu

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