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    Hofstra University
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin
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RTVF 042 - Magazine Production for Radio and Podcast

Semester Hours: 3


Spring

Through the study and application of theories of audio production and contemporary radio and digital audio programming, students conceptualize and produce a broad array of magazine programs reflecting the various formats of today’s diverse digital audio market, both for terrestrial broadcast and online/mobile services such as podcasts. Combining in-the-field production work, collaborative planning and critical listening projects, students gain competency in the many areas related to the production of short- and long-form radio magazines. Students develop a thorough understanding of the links between program formats, marketing and target audiences, and are expected to develop a social media outreach component to reach target audiences and get their work heard in a variety of platforms. Students will rotate in their roles to give them a taste of the elements of successful radio magazine and podcasts. Students must be available for production and laboratory time.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
RTVF 021  or JRNL 015  or by permission of Radio, Television, Film  Department. No liberal arts credit. Same as JRNL 027 . Lab fees additional.


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