Broadcasting

 
Communication Arts & Sciences
Kleist Center for Art & Drama
(440) 826-2278

Student Success: High-profile internships, including one with with CBS Evening News, has positioned Elizabeth Nunnally '12, for career opportunities.

Career Opportunities

  • Audio/video editor
  • On air talent
  • Press secretary
  • Broadcast journalist
  • Recording engineer
  • Production director
  • Advertising manager
  • Media critic
  • Electronic media specialist
Looking for a career that's interactive, creative and dynamic? On-air or off-camera, you will experience excitement, challenge and rewarding opportunities as a broadcast and mass communication professional.

You'll be at the forefront of today's fast-paced, high-tech communications, while tackling real-world issues involving ethics, world events and more.

Comprehensive

Beyond theory, our program offers hands-on, resume-enhancing experience in radio, television, production and broadcast journalism.  Like many of our successful alums, you can work or intern at WBWC, the number two most listened to radio station online in Ohio.  In addition, BWTV, a practicum course taught by faculty airing on local cable TV, can help you gain proficiencies with video production and television broadcasting.

Experiential

With Cleveland nearby, it is easy to bridge classroom learning with self-directed exploration through a variety of internship options.  On a national level, network, cable and other media offer opportunities to gain valuable work experience and networking contacts.

Offered as a major and minor.

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