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Journalism 120: Digital Radio Laboratory

Gives students working exclusively on all-digital KGRG-AM radio station experience with computer-based over-the-air broadcasting, radio station operations, FCC rules and regulations, and both live and voice-tracked disc jockey work. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Offered

Journalism 110: Radio Laboratory

Gives students working at Green River campus radio station KGRG-FM on-the-air and behind-the-scenes experience in news broadcasting, radio production, and disc jockey work. Offered every quarter of the year (Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring) Required course for the

Journalism 151: Radio Production

Provides students with a survey of radio commercials, promotional announcements, and newscast production. Students develop their copy-writing skills in the classroom and refine their production technique in the studio. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree.

Journalism 152: Radio and the Community

Covers radio management practices emphasizing the business of broadcasting. Includes sales, promotion, community relations, government regulations, demographics and programming. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Offered exclusively during winter quarter. Required course for the Broadcasting

Journalism 162: Introduction to Broadcast Technology

Covers basic technical principles and techniques relating to broadcast audio systems, studio operation, and broadcast transmission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Offered exclusively during winter quarter. Required course for the Broadcasting Associate in Pre-Professional degree