RTVF 121 - Digital Radio Programming and DistributionSemester Hours: 3
Students explore the many contemporary manifestations of the radio medium in the 21st century. Through lectures, readings, and creative projects, students examine the transformations in traditional AM and FM terrestrial/broadcast radio. In the process, students become familiar with the evolving concepts of “radio” resulting from the digital revolution. Additionally, the course examines HD radio, satellite radio, Internet radio, podcasts, and the wide array of audio services delivered through “apps” on digital devices. The course includes a strong emphasis on writing and design for these new media and students will develop an online programming stream.
RTVF 021 or permission of department. (Formerly RTVF 061C.)
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