• Multimedia Communications: Video Broadcasting

    Video Broadcast Journalism is a coordinated occupational approach to learning and practicing the concepts in the video broadcast journalism industry. Students will use learned skills to work at a high level as individuals and in a team to produce a weekly campus television news program, Jaguar News. They will also produce additional programming ranging from news reports and programs, Public Service Announcements (PSAs), promotional videos and commercials. Students will also produce short films and documentaries. Camera work, writing and production skills, and excelling in the workplace will be emphasized.
    Expect to learn:
    • Improve communication skills
    • Write dialogue
    • Compose articles
    • Use state of the art communications technologies
    • Be behind the camera of on-air Jaguar News
    Other Features:
    • Internship opportunities available
    Career information for this industry:
    • Salary range: $26,270 - $155,840
    • Education range: Bachelor's degree
    • Projected job growth: 11%
    Statistics according to Bureau of Labor Statistics for Film and Video Editors and Camera Operators/Film and Video Editors, Retrieved: 5/23/2016

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