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Media Technology and Arts
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This program will teach students to write, light, shoot, record and edit content for electronic media while developing personal talents and styles as communicators. The program provides experience in operating the equipment, which prepares graduates for a variety of entry-level positions in the growing field of mass communications. The graduate will be prepared to create content on multiple media platforms.
Jobs in this field include, but are not limited to, audio and video production announcer, videographer, TV and radio production, photojournalist, copywriter, video editor, videotape operator, electronic media specialist, web designer, electronic graphics, producer and director. Students also learn still and video photography, editing, lighting, news writing, graphics, copywriting, interview techniques, communication ethics, and broadcast regulations.
The goal of this program is to prepare the graduate to create content wherever it is needed.
Radio and Television Broadcasting Associate Degree
Tri-County Technical College is one of the few colleges in the nation that offers a two-year degree in broadcasting. Students learn not only the technical aspects of work in radio and television, but also develop their own personal talents and communication styles. Beyond the broadcasting basics, students also learn photography skills, digital editing, lighting, copywriting, and communication ethics.