Biola Media Conference

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The Biola Media Conference, held annually at Biola University, has earned the distinction as the largest national conference for Christian media professionals working in the mainstream media. It brings together influential media leaders from Film, TV, Radio, PR and Journalism with those looking to gain the information, inspiration, and contacts that prove invaluable to their faith and future in the entertainment and media industries, such as Ralph Winter and Phil Cooke. The Biola Media Conference has been recognized by numerous media professionals, magazines, and journalists as the "premier event for people active in the entertainment field and their Christian faith." [1][2][3]

The Mission[edit]

The Biola Media Conference seeks to educate, encourage and support people of faith involved or interested in media.

The Vision[edit]

The Biola Media Conference seeks to instruct and inspire individuals to integrate their faith with their art. It provides media professionals with a forum to impart the knowledge and wisdom gained in their field of expertise.

The Objective[edit]

It is hoped that the participant will leave the conference with a clearer vision of their place in the media and the growing opportunities for involvement.

Quotes[edit]

“Biola Media Conference is becoming one of the fastest growing media conferences in the industry, and the premier conference for Christians working in the secular media.”[4]

“The Biola Media Conference is crucial resource for effectively bringing Christian thought into America's influential media culture. The quality of the conferences is exemplary.” [5]

“The Biola Media Conference draws the “A” list of professionals from film, television and radio together in a Christian setting...and their impact has been staggering.” [6]

“Covering the Biola Media Conference…was one of the most rewarding experiences I've ever had at any conference.” [7]

Speakers[edit]

Speakers at the conference have included Scott Derickson, Ralph Winter, Craig Detweiler, and Mark Zoradi but a list of further speakers can be found via the links below:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biola Media Conference featured on Christian News Wire Website
  2. ^ Biola Media Conference featured on Frontgate Media website
  3. ^ From Phil Cooke
  4. ^ Quote from Phil Cooke Phil Cooke
  5. ^ Quote from David McFadzean Christian Cinema
  6. ^ Scott Shuford of Front Gate Media
  7. ^ Robin Parish, InFuze Magazine

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