Come Find Me Broadcast on PBS in 6 States

Come Find Me made its television debut with a premiere on Maryland Public Television, a regional PBS network broadcast area that covers nearly all of Maryland, plus Washington, D.C. and parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. The film will also be streaming on, available throughout the United States and Canada. The broadcast premiere… Continue Reading

RowanDOCS Program Ranked #6 by BEA

Originally published by Rowan Today The Broadcast Education Association, which perennially recognizes Rowan University student achievement in radio, television and film during the organization’s conference in Las Vegas, this week released its first ranking of schools, naming Rowan #9 internationally overall. In addition to the overall ranking, the BEA ranked Rowan RTF programs #3 in… Continue Reading

Three RowanDOCS Honored at BEA Festival

In an unprecedented success, three recent RowanDOCS films were honored at the Broadcast Educator’s Association (BEA) media festival, honoring the best student documentaries from around the country. Submissions come from over 300 participating schools and over 1,450 annual entries from around the world, making it one of the premier events for student work. The Mayor,… Continue Reading

Documentary on Dating Violence distributed nationwide to colleges & universities

Then Everything Changed, a film about dating violence made in partnership with leading non-profit organizations, has been finalized and distributed to hundreds of colleges and universities throughout the United States The film was produced under a unique partnership with the Clery Center for Security on Campus, Break the Cycle, and Kristin’s Krusade.  The 22-minute long… Continue Reading

Creating the Docudrama

Renowned author and filmmaker Alan Rosenthal will visit Rowan University on February 18th to discuss the techniques of creating the docudrama, sharing examples from his career that spans more than 60 films to his credit, including the Peabody Award winner “Out of the Ashes.” “For me, working in documentary implies a commitment that one wants… Continue Reading

‘Reberth’ Wins At BEA Festival

Reberth, a student documentary produced in Diana Nicolae’s Documentary Production class in 2017-18, has been winning acclaim since its May premiere. The film, produced by then-seniors Peter Chamalian, Tyler Kubicz, Montana Marose, Kevin Adams and David Gutentag, showcases a massive government development project that shows promise for the economy of Grand Cayman but stands in the… Continue Reading

Women in the Arts Festival 2018

The Women in the Arts Festival, held annually at Rowan University each October, will this year feature film screenings and discussion with independent women filmmakers and alumni from Rowan’s Radio/TV/Film program.   Organized by RTF professor Diana Nicolae, in collaboration with the Office of Social Justice, Inclusion and Conflict Resolution, the screenings will take place at 4:30pm on Friday,… Continue Reading

One Mother’s Fire Airs on PBS in 8 states

One Mother’s Fire: The Gail Minger Story made its television debut with a premiere on Kentucky Educational Television, a regional PBS network of 16 stations, with a reach of 5.5 million home viewers in eight states and the nation’s largest public television network, second largest in the world.   It premiered May 13th, with several additional screenings… Continue Reading

Rowan 2016 Documentary Premiere

Three new documentary projects, along with three films made in the Advanced TV course, will premiere May 11th at 6:30pm in the King Auditorium in Bozorth Hall.  Be sure to check them out! Advanced TV Projects: Squirebots! –Tracy Taylor, an NJ middle school teacher, strives to keep the student robotics team going despite long hours… Continue Reading