JRNL 027 - Radio Magazine ProductionSemester Hours: 3
Through the application and theories of audio production and contemporary radio programming, students conceptualize and produce a broad array of magazine programs reflecting the various formats of today’s diverse radio market. Combining hands-on practical exercises, in-field production work, 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 distinct radio program formats, station marketing and target audiences. Projects include the production of radio interviews and live-talk segments. Students will rotate in their roles to give them a taste of the elements of successful radio magazines. 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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