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    Landmark College
   
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
2017-18 College Catalog 
  
2017-18 College Catalog

COM2065 Radio Production and Programming


This course provides is an overview of radio broadcast history, including past and present technologies, as well as standards of station organization and management through lectures, guests, field trips, and activities. In addition, there will be a focus on FCC regulations and radio’s cultural impact. There will be several hands-on group projects with students gaining experience in both technical and “on air” roles. Students will have the opportunity to develop pre-recorded radio content by becoming familiar with the studio sound board and microphones, and learn some basics of audio production such as editing, dubbing, and sound effects. They will work on scriptwriting and interviewing as well as practice various techniques employed by radio announcers such as pacing, voice dynamics, breathing, pronunciation, and inflection. Some of these pre-recorded productions will be geared to be aired through WLMC, Landmark College Radio. Credits: 3.000

COM 1011   Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Or CO1021 Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Or CO1071 Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 And WRT 1011   Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 And EDU 1011   Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Or EDU 1001   Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Or EDU 1201   Lecture Min Credits: 2.00