We're the only two-year college in the state that combines complete, entry-level radio and television training so you can learn twice the skills in half the time. You will develop skills in all phases of broadcasting from on-air to production, script writing, sales, and broadcast operations. Our new facilities are designed to make student learning and hands-on experience more productive.
You’ll use fully-equipped radio, television, sound recording, and video production facilities as a student in the broadcasting, audio, and video production program at Northeast Community College. Northeast broadcasting students build hands-on skills by creating radio and TV programming which is distributed on Northeast's cable TV channel, KHWK/Hawk TV. As a graduate, your skills will include radio production and announcing, television production and announcing, news writing and gathering, scriptwriting, station operations, and broadcast sales. Career opportunities include audio/video operations, control room technician, station manager, radio and TV announcer, journalist, reporter, and broadcast technician.
Employment opportunities can be found in news, talk and music shows, advertising, sales, promotions, and marketing. Most entry-level positions are at smaller broadcast stations. Expect small to moderate job growth in the industry and a competitive market. Job prospects are best for applicants with a college degree and relevant experience, such as work at a college radio and TV station or at professional stations.
Salaries will vary by location but tend to be higher in large metropolitan areas.
You have one option available when enrolling in this program of study.
Northeast Community College, 801 East Benjamin Ave, Norfolk,
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