Iran Broadcasting University

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Iran Broadcasting University
دانشگاه صدا و سیما
Dāneshgāh-e Sedā va Simā
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Established 1969; 45 years ago (1969)
Type Public
Chairman Ali asghar Gholamrezaei
Location Iran Tehran, Iran
Campus Urban
Former names Advanced School of TV and Cinema
Technical Training Center
Affiliations I.R.I.B
Website http://www.iribu.ac.ir

The Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting University (Persian: دانشگاه صدا و سیما‎) is a public University in Tehran, Iran. It is affiliated to Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting and also has campuses in Qom[1] and Dubai.[2]

History[edit]

The first name of the institution was the Technical Training Center, which was later changed to IRIB University. In 1982 diploma's in production were promoted to bachelor's degrees and in 1995 and 1996 degree's in technical engineering and film production were added. In 1997 a communications degree was created to join together academic disciplines.

IRIB also established a broadcasting school in Qom in 1997 which teaches up to degree level.[3]

Faculties[edit]

Majors: TV Directing(Dramatic and Documentary), Producers(Dramatic and Documentary), Radio(Writer and Producer), Playing international Instrument
Majors: Electrical Technician(Sound and Video and Transmitter), Electrical Engineering, Sound Engineering
Majors: Communication(News and Radio), Research in the Communication, Advertising and Marketing, Radio and TV Journalism
Majors: TV and Digital Arts(Graphic and Animation)
Majors: Media Management, Religion and Media, Dramatic Literature
Majors: Media, Sound, IT, Media Relations, Journalism, Animation, cinematography, Film Production, Financial Accounting, Cultural Affairs, Codification, Media Engineering, IT in Media Engineering

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Events[edit]

  • 1st Conference on Broadcast Engineering 2005
  • 2nd Conference on Broadcast Engineering 2007
  • 3rd Conference on Broadcast Engineering 2009
  • 4th Conference on Broadcast Engineering 2011[5][6]

Notable alumni[edit]

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Coordinates: 35°46′47″N 51°24′21″E / 35.77972°N 51.40583°E / 35.77972; 51.40583