JRNL 025 - Radio Reporting and ProductionSemester Hours: 3
This course focuses on the theories and practices of radio journalism and will introduce students to the basic skills of reporting and producing radio news. A wide variety of projects are intended to develop a student’s ability to produce, conceive and write radio newscasts, news wraps, and other radio news pieces of various lengths, including live spot reports and breaking news stories. The course is designed to get students to think comprehensively about radio news and informational program production, to understand that technical proficiency, thematic clarity and journalistic integrity go hand in hand in reporting and producing radio news. Outside reporting time is required, with projects to be produced for WRHU.
RTVF 021 or JRNL 015 . No liberal arts credit. Admission to class by permission of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations Department. Lab fees additional. Same as RTVF 023 .
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