RTV494 - Intro to Talk Radio

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Subject Title
Intro to Talk Radio

Subject Description
With high industry demand for graduates knowledgeable in the workings of non-music radio, this course introduces students to all aspects of the talk radio format - from good research techniques to interviewing skills and show planning to handling phones during the actual broadcast. Students will learn by doing hosting shows on the campus station sayradio.net and will have a great appreciation for the fascinating format of talk radio.Pre-requisite: RTV 395

Credit Status
Broadcast Radio Diploma Program

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

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