Classes Archives

Courses offered: fall quarter

  Below are the currently offered Fall Quarter Broadcasting classes and availability:   Exclusively In Fall: Journalism 150: Introduction to Broadcasting Journalism 153: Broadcast Newswriting     Offered in Winter and Fall: Journalism 151: Radio Production      

Courses Offered: Summer Quarter

Below are the currently offered Summer Quarter Broadcasting classes and availability: Non-Exclusively In Summer: Journalism 110: Radio Lab 1 Journalism 120: Digital Radio Lab 1   Offered Every Quarter: Journalism 110: Radio Lab 1 Journalism 120: Digital

Courses Offered: Spring Quarter

Below are the currently offered Spring Quarter Broadcasting classes and availability:   Exclusively In Spring:   Journalism 156: Broadcast and New Media Announcing Journalism 254: Advanced Radio Production Journalism 255: Marketing The Broadcast Media     Offered

Journalism 255: Marketing the Broadcast Media

Gives students detailed understanding of sales, marketing, and research at broadcast radio and television stations. Explores the role of advertising agencies and new technologies such as the internet in broadcasting. RECOMMEND: JOURN 150 or JOURN 152. Satisfies

Journalism 254: Advanced Radio Production

Further develops skills from JOURN 151. Focuses on the production of radio commercials, promotional announcements, and newscasts. Emphasizes advanced techniques in copywriting, voicework, and digital production. PREREQUISITE: JOURN 151 or instructor’s permission Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement

Courses Offered : Winter Quarter

Below are the currently offered Winter Quarter Broadcasting classes and availability:   Exclusively In Winter: Journalism 152: Radio and the Community Journalism 162: Introduction to Broadcast Technology     Offered in Winter and Fall: Journalism 151: Radio

Journalism 153: Broadcast newswriting

Gives students a fundamental working knowledge of news gathering and news writing for radio and television. Includes discussions of public affairs, government regulations, and the role of the electronic reporter in society. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement

Journalism 150: Introduction to Broadcasting

Offers the student an overview of the broadcast industry from the origin of the wireless, through the golden age of radio, to the domination of television. Covers the different radio formats, and explores the growth of cable,

Journalism 205: Radio Management

Gives students working at Green River campus radio station KGRG-FM experience in radio management, including promotion, news and public affairs, music, traffic and logging procedures, copy-writing and/or sports broadcasting, as well as disc jockey work. PREREQUISITE: Instructor’s