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  • Course Code
    LA.SP015S/SP016S
    Content Area
    Language Arts
    Description
    Radio Production is a class in which students learn preparation, delivery, and post-production skills related to broadcast media using advanced and modern broadcasting equipment. On-air broadcast will be expected during this course. This course requires hours outside of class time as the production schedule demands.
    Learner Outcomes:  
    • Enhance and practice their preparation, delivery, and post-production skills. 
    • Create and broadcast a variety of programs. 
    • Apply these skills along with their understanding of broadcast ethics in various class presentations. 
    • Explain and demonstrate basic knowledge of the technical side of production. 

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Unit Description
Details
1Journalistic Practices Principles of Journalism
This unit focuses on learning legal precedent and ethical standards and how those affect student First Amendment rights.
2Writing & Reporting Story Development
This unit focuses on implementing the
process of gathering information after determining story ideas for
broadcast and presenting that information in the appropriate
storytelling format.




3Audio
This unit focuses on developing high quality broadcast audio for on air use.
4Management Staff Positions
This unit focuses on staff roles and responsibilities and how the staff functions on a daily, weekly, monthly and semester basis.
5Management Organization
This unit focuses on development of a creative marketing plan for branding the organization and creating an ongoing program schedule.