Find Courses in Radio Studies in North America 2019/2020
Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.
The field of radio studies encompasses not only the impact of the radio on culture but also the components of communication that accompany the production of radio. Some elements that may be studied alongside radio technology include audiences, industry structure, and ethics of shows.
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Our Media Schools offer accredited Radio & Television Programs accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), based in Washington, D
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Our Media Schools offer accredited Radio & Television Programs accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), based in Washington, D.C. The School is approved by the Colorado and Illinois Departments of Education, and are members of prestigious organizations such as the National Association of Broadcasters.
The Program offers international students hands on broadcasting training in fully-equipped radio and TV studios. The instructional staff consists of broadcast professionals with many years of experience and includes local on-air radio and TV personalities. All classes are taught in English.
Your journey to getting on-air begins in the Broadcasting for Radio & Television program offered through Columbia Academy
Course - Broadcasting for Radio & TV
News, sports, music, talk; there’s nothing about radio you don’t love.Your journey to getting on-air begins in the Broadcasting for Radio & Television program offered through Columbia Academy broadcasting school at VanArts. You’ll start on-air while you’re studying, by filling some of the 600 available hours of on-air time at the broadcasting school’s campus radio station. Our instructors are well-respected radio veterans with decades of experience in both broadcasting and production, and they’ll share the tricks of the trade.Your hands-on practice teaches you how to handle yourself on-air, along with important skills like commercial production, copywriting, programming, music direction and promotions. Then, when you graduate from broadcasting school, you’ll be talking like a pro, backed with a diploma plus real-world experience. Radio stations look for career-ready on-air talent, reporters, anchors, traffic and weather personalities and audio production professionals—like you....