JRNL 027 - Magazine Production for Radio and Podcast
Semester Hours: 3
Through the study and application of theories of audio production, 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 on a variety of platforms. Students will rotate in their roles to sample the elements of successful radio magazines and podcasts. Students must be available for production and laboratory time.
RTVF 021 or JRNL 015 or by permission of department. No liberal arts credit. Same as RTVF 042 . Lab fees additional.
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