Examines the art and skill of television news producing, providing students the opportunity to learn about the production process in a real-world, hands-on environment.
News producing is a skill in high demand across the media industries, especially television news. Students will develop information gathering, news judgment, writing, organizational and on-air delivery skills. They work collaboratively to create television news "cut ins" for broadcast and web audiences.
Administratively returned to Proponent for edits.
Pre-requisite: JOUR 361, JOUR 346, or JOUR 347 or permission of instructor (basic shooting, video editing, visual storytelling, infographics, or graphic production skills required).
It is encouraged that you add a minimum grade for the pre-requisites listed. Typically a grade of "D" is the lowest acceptable grade that a student can make to have the course count as a pre-requisite for another course. You may want to specify a higher grade, if appropriate.
This will allow our office to code the pre-requisite in Banner and enforce it at the time a student registers.
No changes were made to the prerequisite minimum grade requirements. Please see previous comment and edit prerequisites as appropriate or indicate that you wish prerequisites to remain as written.
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