Marty Faubell Broadcasting Technology Fellowship
The Marty Faubell Broadcast Technology Fellowship is named for Martin "Marty" Faubell, who was Hearst Television's Vice President of Engineering from 1997 to 2020. The Fellowship is open to applications from those with a "behind the scenes" interest in television news or radio.
The Fellowship is designed to give students exposure to this new technology and to actively engage them in all aspects of television production. The emphasis will be on engineering, IT, and the role of these disciplines within a live broadcast facility.
How to qualify
How to apply
Include the following documentation in your application:
For the fall fellowship, applications are due by May 15th. For the spring fellowship, applications are due by September 15th. Decisions regarding fall selection will be made in July and decisions regarding spring selection will be made in October.