6 Student broadcasting genres
10 Student film award competitions since 2018
12 Student broadcasting honors awarded at competition 2018-19
5 Studios/Labs for hands-on production experience
Learn the industry with classes like Media Ethics, Narrative Storytelling, Media Faith & Culture, Technology for Graphics, Sound Design, and more.
Internships and Field Trips
If field trips were your favorite thing in elementary school, you will love the way OC faculty intentionally expose students to industry leaders and cutting edge companies. You will experience things like visiting the NBC-LX studios and taking on a news assignment or internships with local agencies, producers and broadcasters, and competitions where you connect with peers and professionals.
Jobs & Salary
Media & Production Careers
Editors and Camera Operators: job growth 13%
Median salary $58,990
Producers and Directors: job growth 12%
Median salary $71,680
Multimedia Artists and Animators: job growth 8%
Median salary $72,520
Sound Engineer: job growth 8%
Median salary $43,660
Award Winning Faculty
David Jurney, leads students through every step of the technical and creative processes for live sports, entertainment and news productions. His talent has been acknowledged with the Director’s Choice Award for Emerging Artist at the 2017 Twister Alley Film Festival, an award winning legacy that started with his father, retired Professor Dr. Larry Jurney, who won an Emmy award for his work as an Assistant Producer for the documentary Dancing Moccasins.
Scholarships! Students apply, interview and are selected for key positions for Eagle Angle, Eagle Sports, Eagle Film and Eagle Radio broadcasts.Inquire about media scholarships
Many Film & Media Production and Motion Design students participate in creating the weekly student-produced newscast, Eagle Angle. This award-winning show highlights the week's weather, top news, sports and entertainment. Students gather, write and produce segments covering topics both locally and nationally, on and off campus.
And the trophy goes to … OC!
2019-2020 Student Media Awards for "Assisted Living"
When Brian hits a bit of a rough patch, losing his job and his roommate kicked him out, his mom signed him up for a free housing program. The catch; Brian's new roommate and his new apartment are in an assisted living community. "Assisted Living" is the hysterical, award winning production of Eagle Film students led by Professor David Jurney.
Film Festival Awards
Best Dramedy and Best Actor in a Short, Sunny Side Up Film Festival (2020)
Won Best Comedy and Best Oklahoma Soil film, Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival (2020)
Nominated for Best Short, San Angelo Revolution Film Festival (2020)
Nominated for Best Okie Long Short, Clean Shorts Film Festival (2020)
The Highway named an official selection of the San Angelo Revolution Film Festival & Trail Dance Virtual Film Festival
2018-19 Student Media Awards
From dream to delivery, OC students produce award-winning video. Let’s roll our sleeves up to write scripts, shoot scenes, select music, edit footage and enjoy the show together.
Film Festival Awards
Best Director Short Film, EyeCatcher Film Festival
Best Short Thriller, Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival
Best Supporting Actress Short, Alexandria Grable, Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival
Award of Merit, Christian Life International Film Festival
Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association
1st place TV-Narrative-SHORT
1st place TV-Narrative-LONG, “Trail”
1st place TV-Promotional Spot “Radio Auditions”
2nd place TV-Commercial “Blue Sky Soda: Rooted In Real”
3rd place TV-Personality Talent Reel “Janet's Personality Reel”
Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Awards
Finalist, Best Radio Drama
Finalist, Best Sports Play-by-Play
South Central Broadcasting Society Awards
Semi-Finalist, Video-Hard News
Semi-Finalist, TV Talent
Semi-Finalist, Video Documentary
Semi-Finalist, Audio Podcast