The De La Salle University Student Media Office (DLSU SMO) recently released the registration procedures for the upcoming Student Media Congress scheduled on July 26-27, 2013 at De La Salle University-Manila. Registration is until June 27, 2013. Congress fee per delegate is Php 850.
With the theme “Exploring Media Breakthroughs,” the Student Media Congress is organized in partnership with the DLSU Cultural Arts Office (DLSU CAO) and De La Salle-College of St. Benilde Student Publications Office (DLS-CSB SPO) and endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The two-day event includes workshops and talks by experts from the fields of broadcasting, print and digital media. Sponsor presentations and interactive games are also slated for the Congress to add to the learning experience of delegates.
The Student Media Congress aims to gather student media practitioners, campus journalists, and communicators in one venue to forge long-term relationships for the development of student media. Delegates will improve their ability to manage multiple content across multiple media platforms, experience successful media convergence, and make the most of the data revolution.
It is open to anyone from high school to professional level. Walk-in participants will not be entertained.
HOW TO REGISTER:
1. Proceed to www.studentmediacongress.com and register.
2. Wait for a confirmation email coming from email@example.com with the payment details.
3. Pay the registration fee of Php 850.
4. After payment, email a photo of your ID and receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Wait for a confirmation email from email@example.com together with your SMC-Code.
5. Present your ID and SMC-Code on the day of the Student Media Congress.
The Student Media Office oversees the operations of the major student media groups of De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines and offers students the opportunity to hone their skills in print, broadcast, online media, marketing, and graphic design. It ensures the smooth flow in the operations of the major student media groups, namely Ang Pahayagang Plaridel, Green & White, Green Giant, Malate Literary Folio, and The LaSallian. It also edits the print and online publications produced by accredited student organizations under SLIFE.