BROADCASTING 001 (CSU) 3.00 UNITS
FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
Survey of the history of radio and television broadcasting in America
emphasizing principles and practices, legal aspects, and their relationship to public
and future trends. The electronic mass media is studied as a cultural phenomenon.
Broadcasting is looked at as a sociological entity. Radio and television broadcasting
is related to the artistic development of society in general and to enrolled students
BROADCASTING 015 (CSU) 3.00 UNITS
RADIO AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION
This course will teach students to produce shows for radio and television broadcast.
Emphasis will be on network or cable style programming. Students will learn to operate
essential production technology to record broadcast presentations and students will
learn how to create the content for broadcast presentations including structure, scripts
and performance skills. Completed projects will broadcast via over-the-air or over-the-internet.
Students will be able to broadcast on line through KELA the campus radio station.