Max Negin

Assistant Professor of Communications
McEwen - Comm. 004
2850 Campus Box
Elon, NC 27244
mnegin@elon.edu (336) 278-5708

Brief Biography

B.A., Rowan University; M.A., Temple University; M.F.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Three-time Emmy award winner has worked as an editor, writer and producer for various broadcast and cable outlets including NBC, ABC, FOX, ESPN, HBO and Comcast SportsNet, and as an associate producer and broadcast coordinator for two seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers. Has worked for NBC Sports Olympics coverage as a digital media manager three times: Beijing in 2008, Vancouver in 2010 and London in 2012.  In 2011, won an Outstanding Technical Team Studio Emmy for his work at the Vancouver Olympics. Producer for Phoenix Vision, the stadium video board at Rhodes Stadium for home football games. Since 2011 has participated in a faculty exchange program with North Carolina A&T. Co-curator of "Visualizing Multiculturalism," an intercollegiate multimedia project that produces artifacts representing cultures of students. Founding member of “Dumpspace,” an artist-collective featuring works of new media, video art and installations. Serves as president of the Board of Directors for the Center for Visual Artists in Greensboro. Member of the University Film and Video Association. Currently working on a textbook on sportscasting.

Education

M.F.A. Broadcasting and Cinema (BCN)

University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNCG), 2008.

 

M.A. Broadcasting, Telecommunications, Mass Media

Temple University, 2008.

 

B.A. Communication (Radio/Television/Film)

Rowan University, 1996.

Courses Taught

Digital Media Convergence

Sports Broadcasting

Sports and Media

Cinema Production

TV Production

Awards

Emmy Award, Outstanding Technical Team, Studio, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2013 for work at Summer Olympics in London.

Service Learning Scholar, Sept 2011-May 2012, Funds to pursue and implement community organization based learning in courses. Also provided funding to participate in workshops about experiences and best practices for courses involved in service learning.

Emmy Award, Outstanding Technical Team, Studio, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2010 for work at Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

Graduate Student of the Year, Broadcasting and Cinema Department, UNCG, 2006.

Emmy Award, Outstanding One-Time Only Special, Sports, “Last Game at the Vet,” Mid-Atlantic Chapter, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2004.

Emmy Award, Outstanding Individual Achievement, Promotions-Writing, Mid-Atlantic Chapter, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2003.

Emmy Nomination, Outstanding Sports Series, 76ers Basketball, Mid-Atlantic Chapter, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2005.

Emmy Nomination, Outstanding Sports Series, Atlantic 10 Basketball, Mid-Atlantic Chapter, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2005.

Emmy Nomination, Outstanding Individual Achievement, Promotions–Editing, Mid-Atlantic Chapter, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 2002

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