JRNL 216 - Reporting and Writing for the Broadcast News Media
Semester Hours: 3
Students will hone skills necessary to report and write news for radio and television. The course will examine the differing imperatives of broadcast and print journalism, introduce students to the use of equipment and the structure of a broadcast news package, and offer practice in writing on time and using pictures and sound to convey news reports. Students will produce television and radio news packages and examine current issues facing the broadcast news media. Outside community research and reporting time is required.
JRNL 211 . Journalism students may not take this course on a Pass/Fail basis. Students not matriculating in the MA in Journalism program may take the course as a Pass/Fail elective. There is a lab fee for this course.
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