JRNL 026 - Feature Production for Radio and Podcast
Semester Hours: 3
Through the study and application of theories of digital audio production and contemporary radio programming, students produce complex, long-form radio features reflecting the various formats of today’s diverse digital audio market, both for terrestrial broadcast and online/mobile services such as podcasts. Students gain competency in pre-production, researching, field production, interviewing, and post-production, including writing and editing elaborate radio scripts. Students master the skills of editing and multi-track mixing on the latest audio software. They employ a variety of online/mobile distribution techniques, and are expected to develop a social media outreach component to reach target audiences and get their work heard in a variety of platforms. Projects include the conception, writing, and production of radio features and short documentaries, 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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