JRNL 026 - Radio Feature Reporting and ProductionSemester Hours: 3
Through the application of theories and practices of radio feature reporting and production, students produce layered radio reports appropriate to a variety of formats. Students gain competency in pre-production planning and researching, field production, interviewing, and post-production, including writing and editing scripts, familiarity with emerging technologies and techniques, and mastery of digital editing and multi-track digital mixing. Projects include the conception, writing, and production of radio news feature stories, and creative audio pieces, many of which will be broadcast on WRHU. Students are required to be available for production and laboratory time beyond scheduled class time.
RTVF 021 . No liberal arts credit. Same as RTVF 041 . Admission to class by permission of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations Department. Lab fees additional.
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