Radio Television Digital News Association/Ed Bradley Scholarship

Ed Bradley was the first black White House television correspondent and enjoyed a long career on CBS 60 Minutes. Bradley was recognized by RTDNA in 2000 for his lifetime commitment to excellence in journalism. He created the award in 1994 to recognize top-tier students, particularly minority students, pursuing journalism careers.

Award Information

Award Amount
$10,000
Number of Awards
1
Application Deadline
May 31
Available to Class Level
Juniors, Seniors
Renewability
Not renewable

Eligibility Requirements

Minimum GPA Required
0
Ethnicity/Heritage
American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/Pacific Islander, African-American/Black, Hispanic
Residency
None specified
Gender
None specified
Religious Affiliation
None specified
Location of College
None specified
Area of Study
TV/Radio Broadcasting, Journalism, Photojournalism/Photography, Communications
Financial Need
Financial need analysis is not required

Scholarship Sponsor

Organization
Membership and Program Manager
Radio Television Digital News Association
Address
529 14th Street, NW Suite 1240
City, State, Zip
Washington, DC , 20045
Telephone
(202) 662-7257
E-mail
karenh@rtdna.org
Website
Website

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