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Offered by Texas Association of Broadcasters
The Ann Arnold Scholarship annually awards $5,000 to students enrolled in a fully accredited program that emphasizes broadcast journalism at a four-year college or university in Texas. To be considered, applicants must demonstrate financial need, submit a minimum of three letters of recommendation from college professors, broadcasters, or other business people not related to them, as well as a department head certification that the applicant has a reasonable chance of successfully completing the course of instruction.
If you’re a Texas college student pursuing a program that emphasizes broadcast journalism, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
TAB strives to promote and protect a favorable economic and regulatory climate for broadcasting and educate members and the public at large about the opportunities available and advances possible through the efforts of free, over-the-air broadcast operations. Texas broadcasters started the Texas Broadcast Education Foundation in 1973 to foster learning in broadcasting, broadcast journalism, management, advertising, broadcast electronics and other arts and techniques of the broadcasting field.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
College Upperclassmen & Graduate Students
Journalism, TV/Radio Broadcasting
In addition to the below application materials, applicants must submit examples of their work (if applicable).
Letter of Recommendation
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