RTV170 - Introduction to New Media

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Subject Title
Introduction to New Media

Subject Description
As the worlds of online and broadcast communications continue to merge, it is critical that graduates be well versed in the basics of the interactivity and synergies of these various mediums. This subject, through lectures, demonstrations, and assignment work, will introduce the students to some of the most commonly used applications in the broadcast and production industries today.

Credit Status
Broadcasting - Radio Diploma Program
Journalism Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Create and import visual and aural media for use in broadcast and online.
2. Compare and contrast a variety of online applications and platforms, and their potential for use in conjunction with traditional media.
3. Examine cross-platform promotional and programming strategies, from a communications industry perspective.
4. Understand basic image file management, file extensions, and file storage.

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