RTV311 - Radio Production III

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Subject Title
Radio Production III

Subject Description
This subject is designed to teach the student planning, preparation, and presentation techniques as they apply to the workings of a radio station. This course will build upon the foundation and integration provided the student in RTV111 and RTV211.

Prerequisites: RTV111 and RTV211.

Credit Status
Broadcasting - Radio Diploma Program

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

1. Complete the procedures by which personnel at radio stations prepare and execute their basic job functions. To gain this knowledge, the student will be involved in the on-going operation of the Seneca School of Communication Arts Institutional Radio Station(CSCA).
2. On an introductory level, be able to, produce, manage, host and critique a radio program.
3. Target, plan and prepare broadcast material such as commercials, feature programs and announcer segments.
4. Explain the basic concepts and techniques of production, and demonstrate the skills necessary to attain an entry level position in commercial radio or related audio production.

Note: The above Learning Outcomes are not necessarily in order of priority.

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